Dec072016

United/Star Alliance Philadelphia to Venice $386, Milan, Florence, Naples $380-$460 Mar-May, Aug-Oct

United Airlines, Air Canada and Lufthansa offer another fare attack on AA’s PHL hub for cheap $400s tickets to several cities in Italy like Venice, Florence, Naples, Milan and more. Fares are $409 on united.com for departures mid-March to mid-May and from $416 to $456 from August 25 to Oct 24. You may find slightly lower fares in the $390s through online travel agency sites.

United to Milan includes Amtrak train service between Philadelphia and Newark Airport EWR with a nonstop flight between EWR and Milan, Italy MXP. 

There are also Air Canada and Lufthansa operated flight options in low to mid-$400s round trip, bypassing the train segment. These are the primary tickets available in late summer 2017.

Philadelphia – Bologna $446 United

Philadelphia – Florence $463 Lufthansa

Philadelphia – Naples $453 Lufthansa

Philadelphia – Venice $433 Air Canada

Skyscanner.com search pulls up TravelMerry.com online travel agency

Air Canada Philadelphia PHL – Montreal YUL (all day layover) – Venice, Italy VCE

Lufthansa Airlines Venice VCE – Frankfurt FRA – Philadelphia PHL

$385.56 round trip  Fri Aug 25 – Mon Sep 4

PHL-VCE $386 AC-LH-ota Aug 25-Sep4

 

United Airlines   Philadelphia ZFV (train) – Newark EWR (UA) – Milan MXP – Newark EWR – Philadelphia ZFV (train)

$408.86 round trip   Sun May 7 – Tue May 16

PHL-MXP $409  trainUA may 6-16

 

United Airlines ticket for Lufthansa and Air Canada operated flights Philadelphia PHL – Frankfurt FRA – Milan MXP – Toronto YYZ – PHL

$444.56 round trip   Fri Aug 25 – Mon Sep 4   (all Air Canada flights are $416 round trip).

PHL-MXP $445 UA-LH-AC Aug 25-Sep4

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