Flights from Birmingham to Turin

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Flight information Birmingham to Turin

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Average flight time, total distance 658 miles

3h 40min

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1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Turin: Turin.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Birmingham to Turin is £58. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 40min is the average flight time from Birmingham to Turin.
There are no airlines that fly directly from Birmingham to Turin.

Airlines that offer cheap flights from Birmingham to Turin include Monarch, Brussels Airlines, KLM, Iberia Express, Lufthansa, and Jet2. Other airlines that fly this route are easyJet, Hahn Air, and Air Malta. Air France, Lufthansa, and Iberia offer Birmingham to Turin connecting flights. Flights from Birmingham to Turin are processed at Birmingham airport (BHX) departure lounge on the terminal's first floor. It is recommended that you check in two hours before your Birmingham to Turin flight.

Flights from Birmingham to Turin land at Turin Airport (TRN), a small but modern facility. Turin Airport has one terminal split into two levels. For economy class travellers on cheap flights from Birmingham to Turin, there are four lounges available. These are Piemonte Lounge, Sala Riservata Sagat, Alitalia Welcome Lounge, and Alitalia VIP Lounge. In addition, Turin Airport provides facilities such as free Wi-Fi, cash machines, forex bureaus, duty-free shops, baby lounges, and a pharmacy. For food and drinks, there are the Autogrill Snack Bar, Autogrill Piazza Castello, l'Amme, Mozzarella Bar, and Giappo (for sushi).

Commuting from the airport to the city is by SADEM shuttle buses, car rentals, train, or taxis. UK nationals holding a valid UK BOTC, BPP, BOP, or BS passport are not obliged to obtain a visa to travel to Italy. However, non-EU nationals are required to obtain a Schengen visa.

What to Expect in Turin

Turin experiences warm summers and chilly winters with intermittent clouds all year. Throughout the year, daily high temperatures vary between 0 °C and 28. They rarely drop below -4 or rise above 32. The warm season lasts from June to September, with an average high of 23 °C. Turin's cold season lasts from November until March. During these months, the average daily high temperature will be around 11 °C or below. January is the coldest part of the year, with an average daily low temperature of -1 °C and a high of around 6 °C.

On the other hand, Birmingham has a predominantly temperate climate. Warm weather lasts for the three months of summer, June until September 10. Average daily high temperatures are around 18 °C. The cool season here runs from November to mid-March, with average lows of 9. Both cities observe Daylight Savings Time (DST), with Turin being one hour ahead of Birmingham. Travellers will appreciate that the cost of dining in restaurants in Turin averages about 13% less than Birmingham.

Where to Visit

Turin's rich history is evident in its numerous art galleries, museums, piazzas, churches, parks, and opera houses. If you are interested in history and culture, visit the Egyptian Museum. It contains the most comprehensive catalogue of ancient Egyptian art. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is where you can see the Shroud of Turin. The Piazza Castello and Palazzo Reale offer stunning views of the city.

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