In Milan, the smaller of Alitalia’s two main hubs are usually cheaper than flying to Rome.
9. Warsaw Chopin Airport, Poland
It is the primary airport for central Europe flights and is also the nearest to the city center to ensure short and comfortable transfer times for passengers.
The busiest airport in Poland operates 300 flights each day, covering a wide range of domestic and international destinations.
8. Dublin Airport, Ireland
The airports of Dublin and Shannon are on opposite sides of Ireland, and both are Aer Lingus’ active hub, and Aer Lingus is among the cheapest European airlines.
Both are airfare prices that stay similar to North American countries (which is normally a little cheaper in Dublin).
7. Copenhagen Airport, Denmark
Copenhagen International Airport has a median price for a round ticket from North American countries at around $800.
This allows US travelers to explore the white cliffs of Denmark, forests, deserted dunes, and visually beautiful-historical cultural sites without spending much money.
6. Gatwick Airport, London, UK
The Gatwick Airport is a major international airport located 29.5 miles south of central London, close to Crawley, in western Sussex, south-east England.
After Heathrow Airport, it is the second busiest airport in the UK. London has four major airports, and only one of them could have the lowest trans-Atlantic fares.
5. Madrid–Barajas Airport, Spain
Madrid is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe known for its lively culture, magnificent baroque palace squares, bubbling fountains, tasty food, taste-bud tapas joints, and sunny parks.
4. Paris Orly Airport, France
Charles de Gaulle Airport is another of Europe’s best-connected and one of the biggest airports in the world, plus the main hub of Air France.
3. Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden
Arlanda Airport is the major airport of Stockholm, the capital city of Swedan.
But the city center itself is closer to Bromma domestic airport, so naturally, its prices are just a little higher.
2. Budapest Airport, Hungary
Hungary’s main international airport is the Budapest Airport, known in its entirety as Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.
Hungary is among the cheapest European countries to visit in the off-season.
1. Keflavík Airport, Iceland
Keflavík Airport, Iceland, is the cheapest place to fly into europe from the US or Canada.
Who can resist the attraction of the spectacular volcanic scenery of Iceland and its remarkably contemporary capital?
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