Errr, any of them? Expedia, Travelocity. etc.
What's considered best anyways?
Hi, have a look at a site such as http://www.skyscanner.net/ to search for flights. Once you have an idea of the flights you want, you can click through to book them
I'd recommend booking directly with the airline though rather than through some third party sites on-line.
Check out Norwegian and SASEdited: 1:28 pm, October 11, 2013
As an American, familiar principally with major trans-Atlantic carriers, I am hoping for names of smaller, better-value intra-Schengen carriers. (Something in the category of Ryanair, for example, but covering Oslo and Italy.)
I thank you for all replies.
I use a website called www.whichbudget.com to find small airlines and for Milan- Oslo they list two airlines Norwegian and German Wings as flying between the two cities . I am familiar with Norwegian , but don't know anything about German Wings.- maybe some other posters can advise if they are ok.. Norwegian appears to be cheaper by about perhaps $20 for most flights.
wikipedia is a great resource to identify which budget airlines serve which countries. I know that Ryanair does service Milan I have used it there, but it departs from the Bergamo Airport which is about an hour from MXP. You will need to take a bus there.
I would go with either Norwegian or SAS if it was me traveling.
Thanks. German Wings appears to be Lufthansa's discount branch. We have always had good luck with Lufthansa. I am interested in anybody's experiences with German Wings.
German wings don't fly direct on this route. What date exactly do you need to fly as Norwegian cut their schedule as from the end of this month for the winter as do other airlines. It might be possible to fly one way with say Norwegian and back with Ryanair or SAS (Ryanair fly in and out of different airports though)
As already said check Skyscanner for flights on your dates. If you are only going for the May 17th celebrations then Flying direct would be your best option