Milan to London flight route map

Flights Milan London

The flight Milan-London connects the Italian capital of fashion to one of the most traditional European destinations. London is, as the same time, an important stopover to take a connecting flight to go overseas or to reach central Europe.

Whether your reason to book a flight from Milan to London is, on Traveleurope you can do it in a simple and safe way. You can compare prices for flights from Milan to London, including those operated by low cost airlines, and find the cheapest rate.

All airlines operate flights to London and often the cheapest one is not Ryanair but British Airways, offering low cost flight on the route Milan Linate – London Heathrow. Ryanair, instead, operates the flight Milan Orio al Serio – London Stansted. Looking for and comparing the different flight deals from others airlines, such as Air Berlin, Air France, Alitalia and Easyjet, you have the chance to find special offers at affordable prices.

The direct flights from Milan to London take almost 2 hours to get to London. Once the plane take off, you will fly over the Alps and you will see the entire mountain chain and Swiss. Then, you will fly over France and the city of Paris, with a terrific view by night, and finally the plane will land to London.

The flights Milan Linate – London Heathrow land in the main London airport per number of passengers per year. London Heathrow airport is served by three undergrounds that connect it to the city centre. If you land at Stansted Airport with a Ryanair flight you can get to the city centre by taking the Stansted Express at the train station inside the airport. According to the legend, the train ticket costs more than that of the low cost flight.

If, besides the flight, you are looking even for a hotel in London, in Kensington, Chelsea, or Piccadilly areas or even near the airport, you can book it at the best price and best condition on Traveleurope, as long as renting a car at London Airport and return it to one of the car rental in London City centre.

To enter the special atmosphere of this city we recommend London – The biography by Peter Ackroyd, a non-guide and a non-novel on the British capital. Another non-guide and non-novel is Lights out for the Territory, a very special book by Jain Sinclair that tells the urban and psycho-geographical explorations. A must read is as well Downriver, also by Sinclair, a recollection of short stories dedicated to a visionary and shocked London during the Thatcher years.

Our search engine is able to detect all the airlines operating direct flights from Milan to London thus showing all possible flights from Milan to London. Sometimes some connections may seem quite weird, and probably it would be better for you to reach an airport by train or car to avoid an unnecessary stopover: but the choice is yours!

Airlines that fly to London

  • Air One
  • Alitalia
  • British Airways
  • easyJet
  • Ryanair

Airports connections Milan-London

  • Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport » London Luton Airport
  • Milan Linate Airport » London City Airport
  • Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport » London Stansted Airport
  • Milan Malpensa Airport » London Luton Airport
  • Milan Malpensa Airport » London Gatwick Airport
  • Milan Linate Airport » London Gatwick Airport
  • Milan Linate Airport » London Heathrow Airport

Italy: Direct flights to London

Rome (ROM) - London (LON)

Direct easyJet flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport to London Gatwick Airport

Milan (MIL) - London (LON)

Direct easyJet flights from Milan Malpensa Airport to London Gatwick Airport

Pisa (PSA) - London (LON)

Direct Ryanair flights from Pisa Airport to London Stansted Airport

Bologna (BLQ) - London (LON)

Direct Ryanair flights from Bologna Airport to London Stansted Airport

Treviso (TSF) - London (LON)

Direct Ryanair flights from Treviso S. Angelo Airport to London Stansted Airport

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Flights London - Milan

€ 140 round trip ticket STN - BGY
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outbund: 28 August 2017 - return: 02 September 2017