Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Milan (NCL - MILA)

Flight information Newcastle to Milan

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Direct airlines


Average flight time, total distance 810 miles

3h 35min

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British Airways

Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate

3 airports

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This information is correct as of June 2016

Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Milan

No airlines currently offer direct flights from Newcastle to Milan. Connecting flights are available to Milan Linate Airport with KLM (via Amsterdam) and Air France (via Paris). British Airways offer flights to Milan Malpensa Airport with a stop in London.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

Newcastle Airport only has one terminal. There are plenty of shops, including two selling duty free goodies: World Duty Free and Cuba Lily. Other stores include JD Sports, WH Smith, Boots and Accessorize. There's a Namco Games arcade for a bit of fun before you fly and an Aerospa if you want to treat yourself. Dining options include quick options like Greggs and Upper Crust as well as traditional diners like the Flying Hippo Cafe and Cabin. There's an M&S Food to Go, if you need to pick up a meal to enjoy on-board the flight. For an extra treat you can check into the Aspire (or Aspire Plus) Lounge. Access is available to all classes of passengers on all airlines. The lounges both have a complimentary selection of food and drink as well as high speed Wi-Fi, but the Plus offering is slightly more premium. Speaking of Wi-Fi, you can connect to the internet for free throughout the terminal.

Terminal Information – Arriving

At Linate: this small airport is quite near the city centre and is well served by public buses. Bus 73 runs from the airport to San Babila Square, as does the express X73 service. There's also the more expensive Starfly shuttle service. Taxis to the city centre aren't overly expensive, but do cost more than taking a bus or shuttle.

At Malpensa: This is Milan's main airport. British Airways flights usually land at terminal 1, which is conveniently where most of the public transport calls at. If you do land at terminal 2, you can take the free shuttle across to terminal 1.  There's an express train straight from the airport to Milano Cadorna and Milano Centrale stations. Frequent busses are also available between the airport and the city. Taxis are expensive, with a fixed rate of €90*. Another option is renting your own car: you can easily compare car hire prices at Malpensa Airport with Skyscanner.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly from Newcastle to Milan. Try to arrive at the airport 90 minutes before departure. Give yourself more time if you need to check in some luggage or if you're travelling during a busy period like the school holidays or Friday afternoon.

What to expect in Milan

Milan is one hour ahead of Newcastle and the currency is the Euro (€). Bad news, bargain hunters: prices in Milan are usually higher than prices in Newcastle. One of the biggest exceptions is coffee. You can get a top-notch cappuccino in Milan for as little as £1.20*. Milan is warmer than Newcastle during the summer, with an average temperature of 25°C. Winter temperatures are similar to Newcastle, so you might want to leave your shorts and T-shirts behind.

For inspiration on where to go during your trip, check out our local's guide to the ten best things to do in Milan.

*Prices subject to change

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