Cheap flights from Paris to Milan

Paris airport

Paris-Orly

Place: Orly, 20 kilometres of the capital View map

How to get to the airport: The airport is connected to the metropolitan area by means of a bus services that runs to Pont de Rungis station for the RER C train and a shuttle service that connects the airport with Antony station for the RER B. There are also express buses: Orlybus, Cars Air France line 1, Cars Air France line 3, Val d'Europe Airports Shuttle and the 91.10 shuttle to reach the urban area. Bus nº 183 runs from Paris-Orly to Disneyland Resort. Tram line 7 connects the airport with the metro. There is a shuttle service that links the airport’s various parking areas.

Terminals: The airport is divided into 2 terminals: Orly south and Orly west. There are also has a cargo terminal.

Milan airport

Linate International

Place: Milan View map

How to get to the city: The 73 and X73 (express) urban bus routes connect the airport with the centre of Milan.

Terminals: The airport has a passenger terminal consisting of three floors.

Malpensa

Place: Milan View map

How to get to the city: There are several train and bus services connecting the city and the airport.

Terminals: Terminals 1 and 2.

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Hola, Milan!

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