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Getting to Sicily


Flying to Sicily means coming into Aeroporto Falcone-Borsellino (PMO) near Palermo in the north, Aeroporto Fontanarossa (CTA) in Catania on the eastern coast, or Aeroporto Vicenzo Florio di Trapani (TPS) in Trapani on the western part of the island.


EuroFly has nonstop flights from New York to Palermo. Other flights, like those offered by Alitalia, typically connect via the Italian mainland (e.g. Rome, Milan, Naples) or other points in Europe. Low cost carrier EasyJet flies into Sicily from several European cities.

Flight Times

Flying from New York City to Sicily takes 10 hours (tack on another five hours to that total when coming from Los Angeles). Rome to Sicily takes an hour, London takes three hours, and Paris takes two.

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