Flights to Italy
With over 100 airports, there are many opportunities to come across affordable flights to Italy. The country’s busiest airports for international arrivals are located in Rome and Milan. Many other large cities such as Florence, Naples and Venice also have airports that greet international visitors, only in a slightly lesser quantity.
Charter airline companies such as Air Transat, Sunwing Vacations and Air Canada Vacations customarily put forward the most affordable flights to Italy. Here is a brief list of the Italian cities serviced by Canada’s most popular charter airline companies. Available cities may change depending on your departure point.
• Air Transat Vacations provides flights to Rome, Venice and Lamezia Terme Airport in Calabria.
• Sunwing Vacations offers flights to Rome.
• Air Canada Vacations has flight offerings for Florence, Rome, Milan, Naples, Palermo, Sorrento and Venice.
Rome Airport Fiumicino or Leonardo da Vinci Airport of Rome, as it is commonly known, is approximately 26 kms southwest of Rome and is linked to the city via rail and road. The airport is the largest and busiest in Italy and is ranked the sixth busiest airport in Europe. From the airport, the train ride into the city of Rome is just 30 minutes. The airport has a whole host of services for travellers. Convention facilities, conference rooms, banking, coffee shops, restaurants and more than 125 stores selling Italian and International goods add comfort to your pre-flight experience.
Milano Milpensa Airport is the busiest airport in Northern Italy and is located just 48km northwest of Milan. It is easily reached by bus, rail and car or taxi hire. The airport is home to more than 100 shops and restaurants including superior duty free boutiques. It has been said the shopping in Milano Milpensa Airport can rival that of any large Italian city.
Aeroporto di Firenze (Florence International Airport) is situated just 4 kms from the centre of Florence. It is considered the gateway to Tuscany as it is the largest airport in the region. The airport can be easily reached from Prato (8 kms), Pistoria (24 kms), Montecatini (36 kms), Lucca (65 kms), Siena (68 kms), Arezzo (77 kms), Pisa (86 kms), Carrara and Massa (117 kms), Grosseto (143 kms) as well as from the seaports of Livorno (115 kms) and Piombina (170 kms).
Aeroporto Marco Polo (Venice International Airport) is just 8 kms north of Venice, on the Italian mainland in Tessera. The airport has connections to the nearby train station of Venice Mestre and the bus terminal Piazzale Roma in Venice.
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