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2 tickets for 1 to Milan from £99 return
2 tickets for 1 to Milan from £99 return

2 tickets for 1 to Milan from £99 return

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From 29 March 2009, you can enjoy nonstop flights from major cities in Europe to Italy, for example, from London Heathrow to Milan.

Fly as a couple or with a friend - for only £99 for both of you! Whether it's a romantic break or a journey of exploration. Take advantage of this great offer now. Book online from today until 10 February 2009.

If you would like to book 1 or more than 2 tickets please make your booking here.

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It's a good deal. But how annoying that can't add 3rd passenger (our child) for reasonable prices.
I found w/e dates I wanted for 2 for £99 (I think it said £97 actually), but seems only way to do with our 6 year old, is to book deal with 1 adult+1child, then separate adult ticket at £107! So total >£200 - which I suppose isn't _that_ bad, but starts to look like more like other airline prices.

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Booked 2 tickets for saturday 18April outgoing and sunday 26April return for £97.5
20kg Baggage allowance.

Great place to fly in to for a break at one of the lakes. But Milan as a city is probably my least favourite of the ones that I've been to in Europe. Worth a day there to look around the fashion district and the Doumo but that's it.

Spent 2 days in Milan in November and enjoyed it alot. Wouldn`t want to stay any longer tho, as we saw/did everything there was to do.

Nice one!

Recommend an decent hotel?

Milan is a great city - don't know why it gets such a slating generally. We have friends there and visit once a year, always finding something great to do.

Whilst you are there, why not take a trip up to Lake Como - less than an hour (and less than a fiver!) by train.......? Beautiful place - and (holiday) home of the rich and famous........:thumbsup:

Not a lot of choices of airports to fly from. i.e. only one.:x

Wait until Ryan Airs next sale, last time I flew out to Milan it cost me £20 for a return flight!

Ryan Air Flights to Milan at the moment are from £24.23 (From Luton)

Note... not much to see in Milan anyway

After you've checked out Milan (I'd recommend the San Siro by the way; you can get tickets on the day, too), take a train to Verona, the heart of Romeo And Juliet. It's lovely there, and only takes just over an hour.

Been to Verona and Milan, both are worth visiting. Ryanair fly to Brescia I believe, which is much closer to Verona than Milan, and probably a bit cheaper, although I personally would never choose to fly with those cowboys.

Good find!

Ryanair - Manchester to Milan return including priority boarding only £13.80 per person. No charges or fees. Now that is a bargain!!!! :-D

To all the people quoting Ryan Air 'to Milan', is it really going to Milan? :whistling:

booked four tickets for the first weekend in June, can't wait! Great Find!

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Been to Verona and Milan, both are worth visiting. Ryanair fly to Brescia … Been to Verona and Milan, both are worth visiting. Ryanair fly to Brescia I believe, which is much closer to Verona than Milan, and probably a bit cheaper, although I personally would never choose to fly with those cowboys.


flown with ryanair loads of times found them to be Eccellent airline allways on time or better and very cheap a lot better than other airlines i have used

Excellent deal...thinking about camping at Lake Como in August
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