Milan is a centre of high-priced high fashion, but this city of chic is accessible at a very low cost. These budget Milan flights will do the trick.
There are three airports connecting Milan with the rest of the world. Linate Airport has a few banks, currency exchange facilities, and boutiques. easyJet operates here, a great option for diehard shoppers since there are no weight restrictions for hand luggage. Can’t wait to get your hands on designer clothes? Arrive at the airport early and be allowed on an earlier Milan flight, as long as there’s still room.
easyJet also makes stops at Malpensa Airport, a real treat for the weary. Pampering is at hand in its beauty centre, with its Turkish and sun baths. Anyone can “fly smart” on the way to Malpensa Airport with clickair, a Spanish low-cost airline. Soaring safe is guaranteed in their 180-seat, “Economy Class only” Airbus A-320s.
Also get Milan flights on Flybe, Europe’s largest regional low-cost airline. An eco-friendly carrier, “spend less, fly more” on its new planes which reduce carbon emissions and increase fuel efficiency. Flybe has the UK's most generous frequent flyer programme, Rewards4all. A free return flight is awarded for every eight economy return flights.
The main hub for majority of budget airlines is Orio al Serio Airport, where shopping in Bergamo begins. Leather goods, perfumes, and accessories can be purchased here. Arriving passengers can take transavia.com, with its “low fares all around Europe.” Jet2.com also has Milan flights landing here. A practical choice, groups of ten or more can take advantage of Jet2.com's Group Booking Service for their Milan flights, allowing them a lower deposit price, among other benefits.
Ryanair also has Milan flights to Orio al Serio Airport. Europe's largest low-cost carrier, it guarantees the cheapest prices of all airlines. It even pioneered the “free seat giveaway” campaign in May 2007 where one million passengers were presented with complimentary tickets.