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Cheap Flights from New York to Milan

Flight information New York to Milan

cheapest roundtrip price from New York to Milan last month

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airlines fly non-stop from New York to Milan

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flights a week from New York to Milan

7h 35min

average flight time from New York to Milan, total distance 4009 miles

United

was the most popular airline flying from New York to Milan last month

3 airports

Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate

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Both New York and Milan are known for their fashion and financial influence across the world. When you're ready to explore the posh restaurants and shops of the Italian city, Skyscanner is here to ensure your flight from the Big Apple is as smooth as possible.

The Airports in New York and Milan

Four airports offer flights from New York to Milan. You can choose to depart from John F. Kennedy International (JFK) in southern Queens, LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in northern Queens, Newark Liberty International (EWR) in New Jersey, or Stewart International (SWF) in Orange County. JFK offers the majority of flights to Milan, with nonstop and connecting options. Multiple airlines offer direct flights from JFK, including, Alitalia, Delta, Air France, jetBlue, and Emirates. Newark also offers direct flights to Milan on Lufthansa and United, but they are typically more expensive than JFK. LaGuardia and Stewart only offer connecting flights to Milan.

Three airports serve the Milan metropolitan area, with Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP) being the largest international airport in the city. All nonstop flights from New York will arrive at Malpensa, which is located 11 miles northwest of Milan. The airport offers regular shuttle service to the city, and the trip will take about an hour. You could also take a train to Milan in about 30-40 minutes. When flying from NYC, you could also fly into Milan Linate Airport (LIN) that is located just five miles from the city center. LIN offers a variety of transportation options, including bus, coach, taxi, car hire, and car sharing. Bergamo Airport is the third airport in Milan, although a limited amount of flights arrive there. It is the furthest away of the three, but passengers can take the Bergamo Bus to downtown.

What to Know When Departing from New York

When departing from New York, being prepared will save you time and allow for a stress-free experience. For international travel, arrive at the airport at least three hours before your scheduled flight. Be sure to have your passport readily accessible, and pack your luggage in layers to ensure a quick security screening. At JFK, LGA, and EWR, be prepared for heightened security and possible body pat downs. You will be required to remove outer garments and shoes.

What to Do While You Wait to Board Your Plane

If you have time before you board your plane, there is no shortage of things to do at any of the major airports. Grab a bite to eat before your long flight to settle any traveling nerves. Each of the international terminals at JFK, LGA, and EWC offer a wide variety of dining and world-class shopping. You could also relax in one of the lounges located at JFK or catch up on emails using the free Wi-Fi at all four airports.

Comparing New York and Milan

The temperatures in New York and Milan are very similar year-round, with warm summers and average winter high temperatures in the 40s. Meal prices are a little lower in Milan, but taxi costs are higher. You will need to exchange your cash for euros at your departing or arriving airport, or bring your credit card. When traveling to Milan, be prepared for a six-hour time difference.

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