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Flights from New York to Milan

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Departure Sun, 23 Jun Return Mon, 01 Jul
JFK New York
MXP Milan
return from $665
Departure Tue, 02 Jul Return Wed, 17 Jul
LGA New York
MXP Milan
return from $779
Departure Mon, 24 Jun Return Fri, 19 Jul
JFK New York
LIN Milan
return from $685
Departure Fri, 19 Jul Return Sun, 28 Jul
JFK New York
MXP Milan
return from $730
Route information
Chic with an old history, Milan is the quintessential city with fashion, art and shopping on top of the list.
Local currency and cost comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 USD = 0.89 EUR
US Dollar Euro
1 EUR = 1.14 USD
Last checked on 25 June 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
25%

Trains in Milan are 25% cheaper than in New York.

New York
$2.25
Milan
$1.69
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
44%

A meal in Milan is 44% cheaper than a meal in New York.

New York
$30.18
Milan
$16.85
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
6%

A taxi fare in Milan is 6% cheaper than in New York.

New York
$6
Milan
$5.62
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
54%

Coffee in Milan is 54% cheaper than in New York.

New York
$3.46
Milan
$1.58
( New York airports
  • ? John F Kennedy Intl Airport (JFK)
    How far from city center: 14 miles
  • ? Newark International Airport (EWR)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
  • ? La Guardia (LGA)
    How far from city center: 5 miles
  • ? Wall Street Spb (NWS)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
  • ? Battery Pk City (NBP)
    How far from city center: 2 miles
  • ? Marine Air (QNY)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
) Milan airports
  • ? Malpensa (MXP)
    How far from city center: 24 miles
  • ? Linate (LIN)
    How far from city center: 5 miles
  • ? Orio Al Serio (BGY)
    How far from city center: 29 miles
  • ? Giuseppe Verdi (PMF)
    How far from city center: 73 miles
L Distance: 4013 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from New York

New York is one of the most famous cities in the world famed for its architecture, art, food and entertainment. John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport, both in New York state serve the NYC metropolis while a third, Newark Liberty International Airport, is in New Jersey. JFK is a large airport that accommodates 56.8 million passengers annually in its six terminals. It is also a leading international cargo center. LaGuardia handles around 28.4 million passengers. Newark Liberty, on the other hand, is capable of processing at least 37.5 million travelers. All three airports have modern facilities and practical services to make travel in and out easy.

Travelling to New York airport

Getting to downtown Manhattan from JFK is possible using several options. AirTrain JFK is the most convenient means to connect passengers to the New York subway and bus lines. Taxis, shuttles, limousines and shared rides are alternative ways to reach NYC. From LaGuardia to the city center, you can take the Metro Bus or the LaGuardia Link Q70 SBS (subway). Taxis, private cars and van services are also available in addition to rental cars. Newark Liberty is connected by Amtrak train as well as the NJ Transit (bus). At Newark Penn Station, passengers can use the AirTrain Newark to get to the airport and the three terminals.

Reaching Milan

Milan is a bustling urban center that has managed to preserve its rich historical past. Upon closer look, you'll see that Milan has many interesting things to offer guests. Explore the grand palaces and ornate churches at the center. Stroll through the charming Navigli with its lovely canals, cafes and art galleries. The district Brera is not to be skipped with its sophisticated art shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, perfect for those who want to see action day and night. The city is also famous for the Duomo (Gothic cathedral), La Scala (opera house), Galleria Vittorio Emanuele (shopping gallery) and Santa Maria delle Grazie Basilica, home of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.

Getting to the city center

Flights from New York to Milan may land at one of the three airports serving Italy's fashion capital. Malpensa International Airport is the primary airport in Milan. Trains (Malpensa Express trains), coaches, taxis, car hire (with or without driver) and shared rides are available to passengers. Milan Linate Airport is very close to the center (7km). Buses (Urban line 73), shuttles, car hire and taxis are easy ways to reach downtown. A third airport that may serve passengers to the city is Bergamo Airport (Orio al Serio International Airport) catering mainly to budget airlines. It is about 45km from the airport to Milan. Buses, trains and shuttles are the main means of transport.

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