Book flights to Genoa
Flights to Genoa
from: £39 each-way in Euro Traveller (economy) from: London, Feb 2017Book
Flights to Genoa
from: £226 return in Club Europe (business) from: London, Feb 2017Book
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Fly to Genoa from the UK and discover one of Italy’s most dramatically sited big cities. Regular flights to Genoa from British Airways give you the flexibility to travel at times that suit you.
Genoa’s artistic heritage, steep old quarter and excellent restaurants make it a great choice for a city break, while the city is also an arrival point for the Ligurian Coast. Near Genoa are the resort and fishing village of Portofino and the UNESCO-listed cliff-side ports of the rugged Cinque Terre Coast.
Flights from London Gatwick to Genoa take 1 hour 55 minutes. British Airways’ frequent, regular flights to Genoa mean that you make the most of your visit to the city or travel beyond to explore northern Italy.
When you fly with British Airways, you can choose a departure date that suits you and you’ll enjoy a safe and comfortable journey. Our cabin crew will be happy to help you with anything you need, so you can simply relax. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. You can also buy delicious food from British food favourite M&S, on board all flights from/to London Heathrow and London Gatwick. For your convenience we will only accept payment by credit/debit cards on board, and Executive Club Members can pay with Avios via the British Airways app.
Genoa airport is situated on an artificial peninsula just four and a half miles from central Genoa. A bus running every 30 minutes connects the airport with Genoa’s central Principe railway station, with a journey time of 30 minutes. Genoa is served by a good bus network and a single metro line. An unusual feature of the city’s public transport are the three funiculars and 10 vertical lifts that scale the city’s steep hills.
Genoa airport offers a small but distinctly Italian range of bars, restaurants and shops, including branches of local fashion store Giglio Bagnara, and Italian naval-inspired sportswear brand, Marina Militare. A selection of duty free goods is also available.