Flying from New York to Milan has never been easier. There are five (FIVE!) direct flights per day from the city of New York to Milan. Here’s how to get to the capital of fashion.
Alitalia (AZ 1046)
Alitalia flies from New York JFK (JFK) terminal 1 to Milan Malpensa (MXP), It offers business class (Magnifica), Economy comfort and coach on an Airbus A330.
Delta (DL 418)
Headquartered at JFK, Delta flies to Milan Mapensa (MXP) from terminal 4 with an Airbus A330 that features both business (Delta One) and economy.
American Airlines (AA 198)
The Texan carrier flies from JFK to Milan Malpensa (MXP) with a Boeing 767. It features 28 flat bed seats in business class and and 181 standard seats in economy.
United Airlines (UA 19)
United flies from New York/Newark (EWR) to Milan Malpensa (MXP) with a Boeing 777 that features: global first, business first, economy plus and economy.
Emirates (EK 206)
The official Dubai’s ariline flies from JFK to Milan Malpensa (MXP) on an Airbus A380: the giant of the skies! Two decks that feature first class (14 closed suites), business (76 flat bed seats) and economy with almost 400 seats.
If you are flying in economy class make sure to read what to bring on board a long-haul flight before your departure. There are a few items that you might want to have in your carry on bag.
You will enjoy every single day of your stay in Milan. And don’t forget to read why the city of Milan makes Newyorkers feel at home. You might be surprised by the things that Milan and New York have in common.
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