Which airlines fly from Rome to Milan?
Flights from Rome to Milan are operated by Air Italy, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Aegean Airlines, KLM, EasyJet, SAS, Iberia, Brussels Airlines, Finnair, United Airlines, Czech Airlines, Smartwings, Air Malta, Air Europa, Vueling, Air Serbia and British Airways, partners of virail.
How many connections are there to go Milan from Rome by plane per day?
160 connections are available every day to travel from Rome to Milan by plane. Please be aware that among these connections there are 139 routes which have at least one change versus 21 direct lines. So choosing a trip including a stopover is sometimes more efficient although it is longer especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute. Yet, select a ticket for a direct line if you would rather stay in the same plane and avoid a stopover.
What are the departure airports in Rome and Milan?
Fiumicino and Malpensa, Linate and Orio Al Serio are the departure and arrival ariports in Rome and Milan.
Always remeber to bring the suitable ID with you, depending on the flight you are about to take. Verify if the personal ID is sufficient or if the passport is needed, with relevant visa procedure for the destination or transit countries if required. Make sure that the validity dates cover the entire duration of your trip.
When do the flights from Rome to Milan leave?
The flights from Rome to Milan leave at 07:11. The last one leaves Rome at 22:05.
How long does it take to reach Milan by plane?
The minimum duration of flights from Rome to Milan is of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
If you feel like travelling and visiting different cities, you can take your time and travel by train from Rome to Milan.