Milan, Italy RETURN from Sydney $1,014, Brisbane $1,018 via Korean Air or Thai Airways (January-March)

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Experience what Italy has to offer with return flights to Milan, from $1,014 flying Korean Air or Thai Airways. A metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. Home to the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture.

Example dates are 14-30/March. Let the search complete and then book with your preferred OTA. Certain dates chosen will result in a long layover but it's great opportunity for a half-day tour of Seoul or Bangkok.

Travel Dates: January-March 2019
Korean Air - Full Service Carrier - Includes Baggage, Meals, Entertainment.
Thai Airways - Full Service Carrier - Includes Baggage, Meals, Entertainment.

Baggage Allowance

Korean Air - 1x 23KG - Carry-On 12KG
Thai Airways - 1x 30KG - Carry-On 7KG

Stop-Overs
Inbound:
Korean Air - ICN (Seoul) - Long Layover
Thai Airways - BKK (Bangkok)

Outbound:
Korean Air - FCO (Rome) and ICN (Seoul)
Thai Airways - BKK (Bangkok)

Please be aware certain flight segments may be operated by Alitalia.

VISA

Free - 90 Day VISA Free for Australian's

Sydney to Milan

(17/Jan-14/Feb) - 14/Feb - $1,094 - Korean Air - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/SYD1701MXP14021
(6-20/Feb) - $1,014 - Thai Airways - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/SYD0602MXP20021
(5-21/March) - $1,094 - Korean Air - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/SYD0503MXP21031
(14-30/March) - $1,090 - Thai Airways - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/SYD1403MXP30031

Brisbane to Milan

(17/Jan-14/Feb) - $1,018 - Korean Air - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/BNE1701MXP14021
(6-20/Feb) - $1,020 - Thai Airways - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/BNE0602MXP20021
(5-21/March) - $1,018 - Korean Air - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/BNE0503MXP21031
(14-30/March) - $1,080 - Thai Airways - http://travel.travelo.com.au/flights/BNE1403MXP30031

Looking on what to see and do?
https://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/milan/top-things-to-do/a/...

Where to stay? Great Hotels and Rooms.
http://imly.co/9X4X54Cr

Viator Half Day Tours
Bangkok - http://imly.co/pHwLWq0
Seoul - http://imly.co/CNiTqkkF

Comments

  • -1 vote

    Korean Air has a lot of good specials going on.

  • +1 vote

    If you have an overnight layover with Korean Air, you can request for a complimentary hotel. It usually get approved.

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      Really? My mum flies with them a lot and does that. I have a place to stay in Korea already but a free hotel would be nice…. :O

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        Yep, from my memory you can either ask at Korean Air service desk in the airport or give them a call in advance with your booking number.

        Then, they organise a complimentary hotel for you. If you have a higher mileage, higher chance of getting the hotel.

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          You can only get the free night stay if it's during the off-peak season.

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          2x Hotel rooms for my family flying Korean Air stopover for 20hours. Excellent. Got any information on what hotels they usually provide? Do they provide any inside Seoul? We would prefer that over something near the airport.

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        인천 그랜드하얏트호텔+셔틀까지 제공해요 :)

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    I'd be very careful about choosing to fly Alitalia while they're in administration.

  • +1 vote

    I flew into Milan in Feb this year and spent a night there before catching a bus over to France. Nice city.

    One thing I'll mention about Milan's airport is the lengthy wait I experienced to go through customs - I was in line for a little over two hours (and at the desk for all of 20 seconds). So don't do what I did and dawdle when you get off the plane - you wanna be at the front of that line!

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