Flights from Milan to Ankara
Lately, traveling from Milan to Ankara has started to become more and more popular, and UIA offers you a safe and comfortable trip. You’ll get the PS312 flight from Milano Malpensa that will get you to Boryspil, a Ukrainian airport. Quickly after that, you’ll take the PS721 flight to Ankara Esenboğa Airport.
When traveling back to Milan, you’ll have to catch the PS722 flight to Kyiv and change it to PS311 flight to Milano Malpensa. In addition, if you’re interested in paying less for your tickets, purchase them in advance. This will allow you to save up quite a lot.
Ankara is an extremely beautiful city full of fascinating points of attraction and entertainment. Anıt Kabir, a famous mausoleum, is represented by impressive marble structures. This lofty place presents both historical and visual value, just like the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations where you can learn about the past of Turkey in general and Ankara in particular.
If you enjoy music, Ankara State Opera House offers a large number of exquisite productions that will undoubtedly leave you stunned at their artfulness and complexity. Closer to the evening, if you want to relax, you can visit a Ruhi Bey where the local musicians participate in various performances. It will give you a glimpse into the creative local life.
Have you ever considered that by traveling, you can actually be saving money? Panorama Club, a loyalty program of UIA, allows its members to collect extra miles every time they use UIA’s services. For example, if you purchase tickets with it, book a hotel or rent a car with the help of its partners, you’ll be getting free miles. Later, you can exchange them for such benefits as tickets discounts or additional services, like a priority in the waiting lists or an ability to bring more luggage. Consider joining now and start saving up!
*The price is valid as of 17-02-2020 for a one-way flight, when purchasing a round-trip ticket. The number of tickets for this offer is limited.
License АG No. 505921 issued to UIA by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine on 06/27/2012.