Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Milan (BHX - MILA)

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Flight information Birmingham to Milan

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Average flight time, total distance 686 miles

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Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate

3 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 3 airports in Milan: Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Birmingham to Milan is £64. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
2h 0min is the average flight time from Birmingham to Milan.
There are 2 airlines who fly direct from Birmingham to Milan.
As of September, there are 7 flights per week flying from Birmingham to Milan.

Flights from Birmingham to Milan

This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Milan

Flybe is the only airline providing direct flights from Birmingham to Milan. Flights arrive to Milan Malpensa Airport.

Terminal Information

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport is around five miles southeast of Birmingham city centre. There’s just one terminal at the airport so it’s easy to find your way around. The airport advises passengers to arrive at check-in at least 90 minutes before their scheduled flight departure time. Advice from airlines may differ so it’s a good idea to double check with Flybe too.

Priority passes for security are available either online in advance or from self-service kiosks outside the security area. A pass costs £3.00 and allows you to join a faster, priority queue through security checks.

Passengers will find all the facilities they need in the large departures lounge. There’s a duty free shop, a currency exchange and a good selection of food, drink and shopping options. Shops include WHSmith, Boots and Pandora and food outlets include Burger King, a Wetherspoon’s pub and Frankie & Benny’s.

There are also two premium lounges if you’re looking for somewhere quiet and relaxing to spend the time before your flight. Premium lounges charge a fee but offer free Wi-Fi and complimentary food and drink.

Milan Malpensa Airport

Milan Malpensa Airport is located 49 kilometres northwest of Milan city centre. There are a number of terminals at the airport, with Flybe flights arriving to Terminal 1. The Terminal 1 arrivals hall is located on the ground floor. Here, there is a currency exchange, car hire desks, an information desk and a selection of food and drink outlets.

If you choose to hire a car from the airport, you’ll find Avis, Dollar, Gold Car, Maggiore, Europcar, Thrifty, Budget and Hertz all based inside the arrivals hall at Terminal 1. It should take around 40 minutes to drive from the airport into the city centre, but busy traffic usually makes the journey longer.

Alternatively, there are a number of public transport options providing links between the airport and the city. Passengers can take a train which travels direct from the airport to the city, and takes around 40 minutes. There are also coaches which depart every 20 minutes and take around an hour to travel to the city centre. A simple but expensive option is a taxi, which you can find in the rank based outside exit 6 of Terminal 1. A journey into the city centre costs around €90.00.

What to Expect in Milan

The weather in Milan is warm and pleasant throughout most of the year. It’s also a fairly dry city with some showers in the spring and autumn but little at other times of year. During spring and autumn months, average temperatures stick around the mid-twenties. Summer can get very hot, with temperatures in the mid-thirties and humidity leading to dramatic thunderstorms. Winters are relatively cold and temperatures can drop to freezing in December and January.

Eating out in Milan costs pretty much the same as it does in Birmingham. The average cost of a mid-range three course meal for two is around €60.00 and it costs about €4.00 for a bottle of beer. You will, however, find very affordable prices (sometimes half the price of in Birmingham) if you’re travelling by public transport, buying beer or wine in the supermarket or sampling Milan’s wonderful coffee.

Milan is one hour ahead of the UK. 

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.