Users have found that booking a flight from London to Italy at least 61 days early can save you up to 56% on average compared to booking a flight this week. If booking 61 days before your flight isn’t an option for you, users have found flights from London to Italy for as little as £137 when booking for a departure date within the next two weeks. You can also check prices now. Some users have found airline tickets as low as £164 for flights departing within the next 3 days.
At this time, Cheapflights has noticed price decreases for many domestic flights due to COVID-19. Travel is not necessarily recommended at this time, and flights may be prone to cancellation: please check with local authorities in both London and Italy for travel alerts, and be sure to review the airline's cancellation policy and travel advisories before booking. For more information, please view our post on what to know about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and travel.
Airlines globally have implemented additional safety measures to accommodate you. Alitalia is one of them. Some of the new policies that have been implemented to accommodate travellers flying from London to Italy are improved sanitation, HEPA filters, mask requirements, socially-distanced seating (for a limited time), and pre-flight testing for antibodies and symptoms. Policies will vary by airline.
Some of the carriers operating flights from London to Italy that may be offering flexible cancellation policies are British Airways, Alitalia, and Eurowings. Our site will let you filter for all airlines offering greater flexibility due to COVID-19.
Yes, there are multiple flights from London to Italy for under £77. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Ryanair for just £11, but on average you can expect to pay £16.
Cheapflights has 20 direct flights from London to Italy under £77. A good price for a direct flight from London to Italy is less than £16.
There are currently 20+ open flights from London to Italy within the next 7 days for less than £77.
Direct flights are available for this route on the following days: Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
The most popular airlines flying from London to Italy are Alitalia, British Airways and Iberia. Something to consider prior to booking your flight.
While some choose either London Stansted - Milan Malpensa or London Gatwick - Rome Fiumicino, London Luton - Milan Malpensa is the most popular route from London to Italy.
While on average a flight from London to Italy is generally £126, our data shows the cheapest flight currently is £46. When looking at the most popular route, (London Luton - Milan Malpensa), you can expect to pay £18 for that flight.
Before booking your flight to Italy from London, have a look at the most reliable airlines to get you to your destination on time: Vueling (100%), Iberia (100%), easyJet( 100%).
Many of the major airports in London offers flights from London to Italy. Some of them include London City, London Gatwick, and London Heathrow. Heathrow is the largest airport in London and acts as the largest aviation hub in the world by passenger traffic. The airport had more than 160 million passengers in 2016. London Gatwick is another international airport located in southeast England with a single runway in use at any time. London City Airport is located in Silvertown, London and is the fifth busiest airport in the London area. The airport had over 4.8 million passengers in 2018.
One of the largest providers of direct, nonstop flights from London to Italy is Ryanair, which has flights that start at inexpensive prices. However, prices can vary based on day and season. EasyJet is another airline that offers direct flights, which are about 2h 15m long. British Airways is the third choice for direct flights that last around 2h 5m. Ryanair offers the largest assortment of nonstop flights, while the other two options may have only a few or one flight every day.
There are two major stopover locations for flights to Italy from London. The first is Dusseldorf International (DUS) and the second is Brussels International (BRU). Choosing a flight that stops in Brussels tends to mean a quicker flight than choosing one that stops in Germany. There are limited options with two stopovers on a flight. These flights stop in Rome Fiumicino (FCO) and Milan Malpensa (MXP) or Zurich (ZRH) and Geneva (GVA). These flights range in length from 7h 5m to 8h 10m.
Traveling from London to Italy requires both a visa and a passport. A UK residence permit must be shown that is valid for at least three months after you plan to leave Italy. Those with a three month UK visa can extend it an additional three months to apply for an Italian visa.
A quick flight from London to Italy can take about 1h 45m. Wizz Air provides one of the quickest options available for as low as £18. Most flights are nonstop.
Cheapflights users have booked flights from London to Italy from £12 return. Another airline that can offer you cheap pricing is Wizz Air.
To fly one-way, consider booking your trip with Ryanair, which is currently one of the cheapest options available, starting at £6. Ryanair is not the only option available. At the moment, Wizz Air is another option, for £9.