Muscat to Milan Flights

Muscat to Milan Flight Info

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Muscat(MCT) ⇒ Milan(BGY)

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Muscat(MCT) ⇒ Milan(MXP)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When are flight tickets from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Muscat to Milan based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much do flights from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL) cost?

    According to's data, the lowest price is around AU$901.
  • How long does it take to fly from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL)?

    It takes about 7 hours 5 minutes to fly from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Milan?

    • The distance from Linate "Enrico Forlanini" Airport to downtown is about 7km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
    • The distance from Malpensa Airport to downtown is about 41km, by taxi about 1 hour.
    • The distance from Orio al Serio International Airport to downtown is about 46km, by taxi about 1 hour.
  • What are the most popular airlines that fly from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL)?

    Airlines with flights from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL): Oman Air.
  • What's the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL)?

    Oman Air operates 3 non-stop flights from Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL).
  • How many airports are there in Milan (MIL)?

  • What are some travel guidelines for Milan during the COVID19 pandemic?

    Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Milan, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Muscat (MCT) to Milan (MIL) Flight Schedule

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Flight from Muscat to Milan

Milan is the second-largest city in the country behind Rome. The town holds a strong position as the capital of the Province of Milan as well as the regional capital of the Region of Lombardy. A mix of trendy and traditional, stuffed with art, fashion, history, and mouthwatering food, it’s no surprise that Milano is one of the usually visited cities in Italy.

Tip: The best times to visit Milan are from April to May or September to October. These spring and fall months balance the city's manic peak tourism season.

Getting to Milan

Milan–Malpensa Airport is an international airport located 49 kilometres from the city centre, and it takes around 50 minutes to get there. From Muscat to Milan there are numerous flights. Oman air services direct flights to Milan. Muscat to Milan usually takes 7 hours to 8 hours. Oman air services cheap flights to Milan. You can also look for connecting flights offered by Multiple Airlines.

What to see in Milan

The first place to visit in Milan is, of course, Piazza del Duomo, the geographical and historical centre of Milan. Milan’s most famous painting, Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, is hidden away on a wall of the refectory joining the Basilica di Santa Maria Delle Grazie. The popular Castello Sforzesco is one of the most visited Milan attractions, and it’s an only 10-minute walk from the Piazza del Duomo.

Today, it exhibits, art collections and museums within its walls. Museums like the Museum of Ancient Art, The Museum of Musical Instruments, The Egyptian museum, Archaeological Museum of Milan, Also, don’t forget about The Trivulziana Library, which holds Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Codex Trivulzianus’ manuscript. The Pinacoteca di Brera houses are one of the leading art models of Renaissance art in Italy of about 500 works dating from the 14th- 20th century. If you are a football or sports fan, San Siro Stadium is going to spot in Milano.

This huge football shrine, it’s one of the largest stadiums in Europe and the largest in Italy. Milan Monumentale cemetery is an exceptional “concrete” evidence of 144 years of the city’s history. Since its opening, in 1866, it has been continuously improved with a growing number of Italian sculptures ranging from Art Nouveau, classical style, up to contemporary style.

Shop and dine in Milan

Being a fashion capital like Milan, shopping will bring a lot of people to the city. One of the foremost attractions when it comes to shopping is fashion district Quadrilatero Della Moda. But Milan’s shopping is much larger than Quadrilatero Della Moda, the city offer variety in budgets and styles. Navigli area is the location of unusual avant-garde shops, while Brera district is home to different little shops which can be seen in unexpected places in several beautiful buildings. For more high fashion shopping head down to Corso Buenos Aires or Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.

Dine on the rails – Train journey is romanticized, but rightly so. The transportation administration in Milan has capitalized on this idea, turning two of the city’s historic trains into restaurants on rollers that give lunch and dinner runs. It’s a real joy to eat your way through a five-course menu as the tram growls around Milan.

Muscat to Milan flights is many, so customise your search to get the best prices for your travel dates. If you’d like to travel on a budget, combine your Muscat-Milan flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.

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