Manchester to Milan Flights

Manchester (MAN) to Milan (MIL) Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:
  • When can I book the cheapest flight from Manchester to Milan?

    Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from Manchester to Milan are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

  • What are the airlines flying from Manchester to Milan?

    Airlines flying from Manchester to Milan include Flybe,Etihad Airways,Alitalia,Ryanair,easyJet,Virgin Atlantic.

  • What is the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Manchester to Milan?

    Ryanair provides 91 of the non-stop flights between Manchester and Milan.

  • How many airports are there in Milan?

    There are 4 airports in Milan - Orio al Serio International Airport,Linate "Enrico Forlanini" Airport,Malpensa Airport,Parma "Giuseppe Verdi" Airport.

  • Average duration of direct flights:

    2h11m

  • Airports at destination:

    BGY ,LIN ,MXP ,PMF

  • Flight route:

    MAN ✈ MIL

  • Price starting from:

    From £34

Manchester (MAN) to Milan (MIL) Flight Schedule

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Weekly Schedule

FR6824

Ryanair

06:45

MAN

10:05

MXP

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07:30

MAN

10:40

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Alitalia

11:00

MAN

14:10

MXP

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Flybe

11:20

MAN

14:30

MXP

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AZ7953

Alitalia

11:30

MAN

14:40

MXP

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easyJet

13:40

MAN

16:50

MXP

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FR3218

Ryanair

14:10

MAN

17:20

BGY

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FR3248

Ryanair

18:40

MAN

21:50

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Ryanair

18:45

MAN

22:00

BGY

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Flight from Manchester to Milan 

Milan, the global capital for design and fashion in Italy, is situated in the northern part of the country. The city is a perfect blend of history and the modern era. Its grandeur Gothic-style cathedrals, sophisticated art galleries, high-end boutiques, Michelin star restaurants, vineyards, opera and football culture make it the perfect getaway destination, especially for couples and solo travellers. From foodies to photographers, Milan has a lot for every person.

Tip: To escape large crowds in Milan, the ideal months to visit are between April and May or September and October.

Getting to Milan

Milan is home to three airports namely; Malpensa International Airport, Milan Linate Airport and Bergamo-Orio al Serio in the outskirts. Numerous carriers fly daily from Manchester to Milan. Ryanair operates direct flights to Milan, whereas world-class airlines including Lufthansa and Swiss Air have a minimum of one transit point. Manchester to Milan flights use a total journey time is 2 hours and 20 minutes one way.

Tip: Always go for direct flights as connecting flights demand long waiting hours which can be tiresome.

What to see in Milan

In the heart of the city, visit the Milan Cathedral, a monumental Gothic-Style building which is a heavenly sight to every passer-by. The exterior has stunning sculptures and decorations with fine artwork by Italian scholars. The interior boasts grandeur ceilings and colourful stained-glass windows. The Church of Santa Maria Delle Grazia from the 14th century is worth a visit too. It exhibits the renowned painting ‘The Last Supper’ by Da Vinci.

Duomo Square is a popular hangout spot located close to the Cathedral. This open courtyard is lively with music, street performances and food stalls.

Milan’s Grand Gallery mimics an opera house, but it is, in fact, a shopping mall with high-end stores. Designed by Guiseppe Mengoni in the 18th century, its structure forms to be an attraction itself.

Brera’s picture gallery is an art museum particularly depicting famous Italian works. One can take note of Italy’s history and admire the masterpieces. Castello Sforzesco is recommended for art lovers. This 15th-Century castle was built by a Duke of Milan. The interior of the castle has a lot of Italian artworks on display and has a collection of olden artefacts. The exterior has a beautiful fountain area and walking trail.

Football is treated like any other religion in Italy. The San Siro Stadium in Milan is home to clubs like AC Milan and Inter Milan. Their rivalry makes this arena even more interesting to visit. Watch a local Seria A game or buy tickets on a Champions League night. The loud chants and passion by fanatics will surely be a memorable experience.

Every morning in Milan starts with a coffee. Head over to the Milan Roastery, one of the finest coffee shops in Europe; get a taste of authentic Italian coffee.

Tip: Spend less time posting pictures on Instagram and more time exploring the city.

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Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from Manchester (MAN) to Milan (MIL)

There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Manchester(MAN) to Milan(MIL). However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.