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Italy offers an extensive network of internal flights. Airport taxes are included in the price of your ticket. The privatised national airline, Alitalia, is the main domestic carrier, and numerous low-cost airlines also operate across the country.
Italy offers a diverse array of fabulous destinations that aren’t only Venice, Rome and Florence. This is a country that should be discovered over a lifetime, preferably returning year after year to truly get to know “il bel paese” in the way it deserves.
For those who plan on arriving by air, here is what you need to know before booking a flight to Italy. Discove when to book, knowing your rights, low cost vs: normal carriers to choosing the right airport.
Italy have more than 120 airports with Milan’s Malpensa and Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airports as the busiest International gateways across the country, other airports instead serve as hubs for each respective region.

Headphones Not Earbuds:
Nothing says I don’t want to talk to you like a pair of noise cancellation headphones.
They take up more space in your suitcase but they are worth it if you are trying to block out all noise.
Eyemask:
I can’t always sleep on a plane but at least I try.
Some people never even try and leave their reading light on all night. Get a comfortable eyemask with an adjustable strap.
You need an adjustable strap or you will get a headache if your eyemask is too tight.
They also come in handy if you end up staying in a hotel with a lot of ambient light.
Bring a Snack:
With rare exceptions the food on flights is just barely edible so eat before you board and bring some on-board snacks.
When I get to Italy the food is going to be wonderful.
If I am not so sure about the food at my destination I fill my backpack with granola bars.
I have survived for days on granola bars.

When to Book your Flight
Most of the experts report that tickets to Europe should be purchased between 5-10 months before departure. I personally like to book 8-10 months ahead. Regardless of HOW far ahead you book, there are certain times of the week you should purchase. Research shows Tuesday and Wednesday as the best days to buy. I like Tuesdays. Insiders claim that in addition to this, you should avoid the first few days, the very middle days and the last days of the month. When looking at WHICH days of travel, try to fly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Be mindful of holidays in both countries.


International airlines serving Italy (apart from the national carrier Alitalia) include Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Iberia, Icelandair, KLM, Lufthansa, Northwest Airlines, Sabena, SAS, Swissair, TWA and US Airways.
The major international gateways are Rome, Milan, Pisa, Venice and Naples, although more cities are becoming accessible by direct international flights, including Florence, Bologna and Perugia.


Selected website for Air Travel in Italy Airline services in Italy Airports fares and tips

https://www.italymagazine.com/featured-story/guide-air-travel-italy

https://www.amoretravelguides.com/blog/surviving-your-flight-to-italy.php

https://www.justlanded.com/english/Italy/Articles/Travel-Leisure/Airline-services-in-Italy

https://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/transport/getting-around/flights

https://www.onceinalifetimetravel.com/finding-best-flight-italy-europe/

Airlines of Italy - Aereoporti italiani - Aereoporti in Italia - Airports in Italy


Gli aeroporti in Italia sono variamente distribuiti nelle varie regioni italiane, ed a ognuno di essi è assegnato un codice aeroportuale ICAO.
Il nome, nel caso di aeroporti aperti al traffico civile, è quello della documentazione ufficiale prodotta dall'Ente Nazionale per l'Aviazione Civile (ENAC).
Gli aeroporti sono raggruppati distinguendo tra quelli certificati dall'ENAC, presenti nelle liste ENAC e non presenti nella liste ENAC.

https://www.skyscanner.it/

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https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroporti_d%27Italia_per_traffico_passeggeri

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroporti_in_Italia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airlines_of_Italy

https://www.wikiwand.com/en/List_of_airlines_of_Italy
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