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Departure Fri, 21 02 2020 Return Sun, 23 02 2020
LIN Milan
CTA Catania
return from £58
Departure Thu, 30 01 2020 Return Fri, 31 01 2020
BGY Milan
CTA Catania
return from £37
Departure Thu, 13 02 2020 Return Sat, 15 02 2020
MXP Milan
CTA Catania
return from £34
Departure Sun, 23 02 2020 Return Fri, 28 02 2020
MXP Milan
CIY Comiso
return from £32
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Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Catania are 50% cheaper than in Milan.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Catania is 20% cheaper than a meal in Milan.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi in Catania costs roughly the same as in Milan.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Catania is 6% cheaper than in Milan.

( Milan airports
  • ? Malpensa (MXP)
    How far from city centre: 24 miles
  • ? Linate (LIN)
    How far from city centre: 5 miles
  • ? Orio Al Serio (BGY)
    How far from city centre: 29 miles
  • ? Giuseppe Verdi (PMF)
    How far from city centre: 73 miles
) Catania airports
  • ? Fontanarossa (CTA)
    How far from city centre: 3 miles
  • ? Vincenzo Magliocco (CIY)
    How far from city centre: 44 miles
  • ? Sigonella Airport (NSY)
    How far from city centre: 12 miles
L Distance: 628 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Milan to Catania

How long is the flight from Milan to Catania?

The flight duration between Milan and Catania is one hour and 50 minutes. The flight path of this domestic flight travels from northern Italy over the Tyrrhenian Sea before landing in Catania on the island of Sicily.

What documentation do I need to fly to Catania from Milan?

European citizens can travel on cheap flights from Milan to Catania with their identification card. British citizens require a passport that is valid for the duration of their stay.

What are the most important things to pack in my suitcase when travelling to Catania?

Catania is a historic Sicilian town and you’ll want to pack plenty of beach clothes for the summer months as well as comfortable walking shoes to explore nearby Mount Etna. Essentials also include sun cream, camera, hat, and sunglasses.

Which airlines fly from Milan to Catania

Deals on airfares are offered by the numerous airlines that operate a direct flight service between Milan and Catania:

  • Air Italy, Italy's second largest airline based in Olbia with both domestic and international flights.
  • Alitalia, the flag carrier of Italy.
  • Easyjet, a large European budget carrier.
  • Eurowings, a European budget carrier owned by Lufthansa and based in Düsseldorf.
  • KLM, the largest airline and national carrier of the Netherlands.
  • Ryanair, an Irish-based low cost airline with extensive routes across Europe.

How to find cheap flights from Milan to Catania

With Opodo’s online search engine you can find cheap flights and holidays in a matter of moments. Select from the cheapest time to go to Catania or choose your ticket based on specific departures that best suit your schedule. Trips can also be narrowed down by selecting your preferred airline for city breaks.

When are the best times to fly from Milan to Catania?

  • April sees the temperatures start to rise in Catania with daily highs of 20°C. The majority of visitors have still yet to arrive, so you can enjoy the sights without the crowds. April is also an excellent time for hiking.
  • June is one of the hottest months in Catania and an excellent time to visit the Sicilian beaches. The daytime temperature is typically around 29°C, ideal for swimming. Cooler evenings and mornings are suitable for exploring the town.
  • While the temperature starts to cool in October, visitors can still expect to see 20°C weather, and will also enjoy one of the quieter months in Catania.

Airports in Milan

Milan has three airports, Malpensa, Linate, and Orio al Serio, all of which offer departures for flights to Catania. Make sure to check your ticket carefully to ensure you travel to the right airport.

Useful information about Milan Malpensa Airport

Milan Malpensa Airport is the largest of Milan's airports and is located 30 miles north of the city.

How to get to the airport:

  • By rail — 45 minutes from Milan Cadorna station to Malpensa on the Malpensa Express train, which stops at airport terminals 1 and 2.
  • By bus — an express bus service run by Autostradale operates between the airport and Milan's central station, takes 50 to 60 minutes.
  • By car — the A4 and the A8 roadways both connect the airport to several major Italian destinations.

Services: Lost property, money exchange, restaurants, bars, shops, tax refund office, banks, business lounges.

Useful information about Milan's Linate Airport

The airport is located to the east of the city and serves as a base for Alitalia Airlines.

How to get to the airport:

  • By taxi — Around a half-hour to Linate from central Milan, but always allow time for traffic.
  • By car — the airport is located just off the A51, Milan's primary ring road.
  • By bus — bus number 73 runs from the Via Larga stop to the airport.

Services: VAT refund, shopping, food and drink outlets, and free Wi-Fi.

Useful information about Orio al Serio International Airport

Orio al Serio International Airport, also called the Il Caravaggio International Airport, is 28 miles northeast of Milan, by the city of Bergamo.

How to get to the airport:

  • By car — the A4 is a major motorway which connects the airport to Milan and other cities.
  • By bus — Autostradale buses from central Milan operate a direct service to the airport.
  • By rail — Bergamo railway station is 3.5 miles from the airport. Passengers can connect to the airport from the station via a local bus.

Services: Restaurants, bars, shops, VAT refund, pharmacy, and free Wi-Fi.

Airports in Catania

There is one airport, Catania-Fontanarossa, which serves Catania.

Useful information about Catania–Fontanarossa Airport

Catania–Fontanarossa Airport is located 2.6 miles from the centre of the city.

How to get from the airport to Catania:

  • By car — the A19 motorway is located close to the airport and connects Catania with Palermo.
  • By bus — shuttle bus services operate from the airport to the centre of town.

Services: tourist information, post office, friendship room, play area, bars, restaurants, and free Wi-Fi.

What to do and visit in Catania

  • Climb the majestic Mount Etna.
  • Visit the Basilica Cattedrale Sant’Agata.
  • Explore Ursino Castle.
  • People watch in the Piazza Del Duomo.
  • Marvel at historic Roman ruins.
  • Sample the local cuisine.
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