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Reviews for New York City to Milan (JFK-MXP)

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    AA has gone downhill!

    by jcjack on February 24, 2011

    Flight from New York City to Milan

    Airline:
    American
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    February 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    It was an old plane with no individual TV. The seats are so cramped and uncomfortable. No free wine and food is bad.

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    Italy trip

    by gerry277 on February 3, 2011

    Flight from New York City to Milan

    Airline:
    American
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Ride was smooth. Arrived 1/2 hour early. Staff pleasant. Some delay receiving baggage but may have been due to early arrival.

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    It might have been a good flight-- if the planes were mechanically able to fly

    by bookerbrian on June 1, 2010

    Flight from New York City to Milan

    Airline:
    Delta
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    May 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My family and I tried to take this flight twice in May. The first time, May 8, we had a mechanical issue at the gate that was supposedly fixed and we pushed back from the game only about an hour late. Then we sat in line to take off for a couple hours. Just when we were about to take off something hydraulic went out and they took us back to the game. After about 45 minutes there (getting us just under the 3 hour limit), they decided it would be a while before it was fixed and let us out into the terminal. About 2 hours later they cancelled the flight. Their rebooking process was a disorganized mess. There were competing Delta employees-- some saying to stay in line where we were, some saying to go to the rebooking center. Some passengers were led to various places in the terminal for another 3 hours before they were helped. Luckily (or not) we were rebooked almost immediately (I was at the front of the line) for the same flight the next night.

    We boarded almost on time the next night, May 9, and were on the runway taking off when they aborted takeoff. Yes, aborted. Almost taking off, then slamming on the breaks and aborting. It was pretty scary. They told us an engine was having trouble. They pulled us back to the game, let us out, and said they were getting a new plane. They got a new plane, and just when we were about to board they said the crew was going to time out and we would have to wait for another crew to come sometime around 3 or 4am. How very convenient a timeframe so that Delta did not have to pay for any hotel rooms! They did offer to rebook us for another day, but we could not get to Milan for a few days because the flights were full. We ended up being rebooked for a flight to Pisa on May 10.

    After all this, Delta would not even talk to us about our baggage until we arrived in Pisa. They said our bags would go to Milan and we would have to fill out lost baggage paperwork after we got there. They would do nothing to help us before that.

    This was only my 6th time to fly Delta. And it was my 6th time on Delta to have major cancellation/baggage/customer service issues. After this, I have given myself an ultimatum-- I'm never flying Delta again!

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$635 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Wed, Apr 23 - Wed, Apr 30 Delta Air Lines
$749 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Thu, Apr 24 - Thu, May 1 Delta Air Lines
$749 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Wed, Apr 23 - Wed, Apr 30 Delta Air Lines
$804 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Fri, Apr 25 - Fri, May 2 Delta Air Lines
$1,042 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Mon, Apr 21 - Mon, Apr 28 Aeroflot
$1,095 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Sat, Apr 26 - Sat, May 3 Delta Air Lines
$1,095 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Fri, Apr 25 - Fri, May 2 Delta Air Lines
$2,195 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Sun, Apr 27 - Sun, May 4 Delta Air Lines
$5,454 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Tue, Apr 22 - Tue, Apr 29 American Airlines
$5,454 Flight from JFK to Malpensa Airport (JFK-MXP) Mon, Apr 21 - Mon, Apr 28 American Airlines
There are approximately 247 flights covering the route from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City to Malpensa Airport in Milan, provided by as many as 19 airlines.

The following airlines sometimes offer nonstop cheap flights from New York City to Milan:

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As an alternative to flying from New York City, you may also want to try searching for cheap flights from Newark (EWR).
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