Milan to Manchester

With frequent flights from Milan to Manchester with Flybe, two of Europe's most stylish, vibrant and exciting cities are better connected than ever. Italian football fans can get straight to the heart of Manchester for the big Manchester United game in just a matter of hours, business trips or weekends away are a breeze, and of course if you're simply flying home to Manchester from Milan, you'll find your journey home as easy as it is stress-free.

For the latest information on our flight schedules from Milan Malpensa (MXP) to Manchester Airport (MAN), take a look at our Flybe Timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Manchester to Milan page.

The sections below offer tips and guidance about your trip, covering everything you need to know.
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Getting to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP)

Milan Malpensa Airport is just over 50km from the centre of Milan, and can be reached by car in around 50 minutes in good traffic. There are also excellent public transport connections to the airport from the centre of Milan. Once you get to the airport, head to Terminal 1 to catch your flight to Manchester with Flybe.


With several car parks at Milan Malpensa Airport, you have a good choice of parking options close to the terminal and to suit your length of stay. Whether you need a generous and covered parking space linked directly to the check-in area for your flight from Milan to Manchester, or good value long stay parking, there's an option for you, and you'll get the best price when you book online.

There is also a drop-off point located directly in front of Terminal 1 at Milan Malpensa Airport where cars are permitted to park free of charge for a maximum of 10 minutes, so you can be easily dropped off with your luggage.

By bus

A large number of local buses and airport shuttle buses serve Milan Malpensa Airport from the city centre, as well as from the main towns in the nearby areas and from Milan Linate airport. Travelling by bus from the centre of Milan should take around 50 minutes in normal traffic.

By train

The Milan Malpensa Express trains from Cadorna, Milano Centrale and Milano Porto Garibaldi stations take you directly to Terminal 1. The trains run several times a day and the journey typically takes less than 45 minutes, depending on your origin station.

For more information on parking and public transport, take a look at the Milan-Malpensa Airport website.



Milan Malpensa Airport Departures

At a glance:

  • 50km from city centre
    50 minutes' drive in good traffic
  • Public transport
    Buses and coaches run to the airport from Milan city centre
    Trains from the centre of Milan go directly to Terminal 1
  • Taxi stand
  • Free WiFi available
  • Bars, restaurants and cafés
    In Terminal 1
  • Shops and designer boutiques
    In Terminal 1
  • VIP lounge and services available

Check-in and bag drop at Milan Airport

Prior to your flight from Milan to Manchester, we recommend you check-in online wherever possible. If you’re unable to do so, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport.

Facilities before Security

  • Newsagents
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Shops
  • Bureau de change

Facilities after Security

  • Newsagents
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Shops
  • Bureau de change


  • Clothes boutiques
  • Gift shops
  • Jewellery stores

To find out more, visit our dedicated flights from Milan page and browse other available routes.

Manchester Airport Arrivals

Our Manchester Airport Arrivals page has all the information you need after your flight from Milan to Manchester, including details of how to get from Manchester Airport to the city centre. If you need to know more about Manchester Airport, you can also visit our dedicated Manchester Airport information page or browse other flights to Manchester.


Visiting Manchester

Whatever your reason for flying to Manchester, our Visiting Manchester guide provides lots of information on how to spend your time in the city – from hotels to restaurants, cultural attractions to shopping.

Doing business in Manchester

As Britain's second city, Manchester knows how to do business, with state-of-the art conference facilities, along with a wide selection of meeting venues and places to spend your free time. If you're planning a business trip to Manchester, take a look at our Business in Manchester page to get some tips for getting the most out of your visit, including recommendations for the best meeting and conference facilities in the city.