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Cheap Flights from Toronto to Milan Malpensa in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Milan Malpensa

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$567

Non-stop airlines

2

Flights per week

2

Average flight time, total distance 6643 kilometers

7h 45min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Milan Malpensa

1 airport

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Flight Information

There are no direct flights from Toronto to Milan - Malpensa. A few of the airlines that have one-stop Toronto to Milan - Malpensa flights are Delta, United, Air Canada, KLM, American Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, Lufthansa, Finnair, and British Airways.

Toronto Airports Information

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

This is a small international airport located on the Toronto Islands. The airport can be accessed by a pedestrian foot bridge, which gives passengers easier access to the airport that only takes a six-minute walk.

For passengers needing food, the airport lounges have complimentary small snacks, coffee, and juices available. Passengers can also grab a sandwich and espresso on their way to their flight from Aroma Espresso Bar.

Passengers who would like to exchange their money for euros in preparation for their travel can do so at the International Currency Exchange located near the check-in counters. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport also includes free Wi-Fi.

Toronto Pearson International Airport

The majority of flights to Milan - Malpensa from Toronto depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in Canada. It's possible for passengers to book their parking at Toronto Pearson International Airport online before they leave home. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport so that travellers can work, play games, check their social media, or check the status of their flight.

Terminal Information for Malpensa Airport

There are many options for passengers to get from Malpensa Airport to the city of Milan. Visitors can take a coach, a taxi, the train, or use a car-sharing service. To use the car-sharing service, visitors would sign up online for E-Vai. The E-Vai services work completely online, a simple text message unlocks the doors of the car. Silver cars can be borrowed for periodic uses and gold cars can be borrowed for frequent trips.

What You Need to Know

Milan is six hours ahead of Toronto, so passengers on flights to Milan - Malpensa from Toronto should be sure to set their watches forward. Passengers on international flights must carry their government-issued, unexpired passport.

What to Expect in Milan

Milan is full of history, fashion, and life. Visitors are sure to capture every aspect of this great city during their visit. For some fashion, visitors should check out the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This Galleria is what the modern-day mall evolved from. The 19th-century structure was built during La Belle Époque and is filled with cafes, shops, and art. Whether or not visitors can afford the Gucci or Prada, it's worth a stop.

For some history, stop in the Santa Maria delle Grazie church to see The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. It's highly recommended that art-lovers book their tickets to visit the church a few months in advance. Without tickets, visitors are unlikely to get into the church. Most visitors to Milan recommend that if there's time for only one attraction, visitors should choose the Milan Cathedral or Duomo. The Milan Duomo is the fourth largest in the world with a capacity for 40,000 people. It's free to tour the Duomo, but there's a small charge for the tour of the roof, crypt, and museum each.

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