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Fly from Sydney to Milan with Etihad Airways

Book flights from Sydney to Milan and journey from the sun-kissed harbours of east coast Australia, to the elegant metropolis of northern Italy. Capital of the wealthy Lombardy region, Milan is one of the centres of fashion, retail and history in Europe.

With the beautiful Duomo di Milano cathedral and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II to admire, there’s some of the finest architecture in the world on display here.

SYD to MXP: flight facts

Journey time 23hrs 10mins

How long your journey from Sydney to Milan takes will depend on your connection time. Why not break up your journey with a stopover in mesmerising Abu Dhabi for a night or two?

Flight distance 10,482 miles

The shortest flights from Sydney (SYD) to Milan (MXP) via Abu Dhabi (AUH) are 10,482 miles (16,869 kilometres).

Your flight from Sydney to Milan

Your flight from Sydney (SYD) to Milan (MXP) takes you over the west of Australia and the Indian Ocean. You’ll pass over India, before heading across the Arabian Sea and landing in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi (AUH), for your connection.

Finally, you’ll fly across the Arabian Gulf and eastern Europe before landing in Milan.

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Sydney to Milan: FAQs

What food is Milan known for?

Milanese cuisine is hearty, delicious and varied. Eat like a local with risotto – the rice-based dish is the city’s signature and you’ll find it on any good menu in the city. Piadina is a thin flatbread filled with meat and cheese that’s ideal for lunch.

Polenta is popular in northern Italy too – a comforting, boiled cornmeal dish served as a side or main, sometimes ‘wet’, sometimes grilled.

What is the weather like in Milan?

In summer, Milan is warm and humid, with temperatures often reaching around 30°C during the warmest months of July and August.

During the winter, weather can drop towards freezing in December and January. The city’s architecture and attractions makes it the perfect year-round place to visit.

Top tips for Sydney to Milan

santa maria delle grazie catholic church in Milan

Explore Milan's unique culture

Tick off a must-see by heading to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Inside this outstanding work of architecture, you’ll be wowed by Leonardo da Vinci’s most revered painting – The Last Supper.

Fans of contemporary design will discover a collection of over 1,600 intriguing objects at the Triennale Design Museum, including furniture, clothing, appliances and books.

view of galleria vittorio emanuele ii milan

Fashion capital of the world

Sydney is home to its own fashion week, but Milan is truly one of the leading fashion capitals of the world. Many visitors come to this city solely for the shopping.

You’ll most definitely want to browse at the chic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele ii Mall, where you’ll find high-end boutiques and world-class brands set within an architectural masterpiece.

You are being directed to the point of origin country website to finalize this booking, as your point of departure is outside Italy. Your booking will be subject to the terms and conditions of the respective country website, which may differ from those of the Italian website. We recommend you read our terms and conditions carefully before finalizing your booking.