Maldives: €393 for Non-stop Flights from Milan (checked bags included)

Beach Maldives

If people dream about the perfect vacation, many will picture places similar to the Maldives. White sand beaches, beautiful clear ocean water, and great resorts. If this sounds like its worth a trip, then we might have the perfect offer for you: Alitalia is selling cheap tickets for flights to Malé, the capital of the 26 atolls, for prices starting at only €393.

Non-stop flights from Italy to the Maldives at a great price

This sweet fare is not only cheap. But thanks to Alitalia’s luggage policy, you can check two bags, each weighing up to 23kg. So enough space to bring your snorkeling gear.

All flights are non-stop connections from Italy to the Maldives. Alitalia will be operating an Airbus A330 on the trip to your dream destination and the flight time should be somewhere around 10 or 11 hours, depending on which direction you’re traveling. Quite some time to spend in an economy class seat, so be prepared for the long journey.

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Fare rules state that tickets for this offer will be sold until July 18th and travel in the time between October 29th and December 16th, 2019 is included. So the perfect time to escape the bad weather in Europe. But don’t be fooled by the mentioned travel restrictions! Availability is already pretty limited! So act fast, if you want to take advantages of this great deal.


At this point we’d like to add a warning: Alitalia has been in financial troubles now for quite a while. It is not unlikely that they could shut down business at any given time. As a measure of precaution, we recommend using a credit card to book your flight. Chances of getting your money back are much higher that way.

Minimum stays requirements are 4 days, and you could spend a month on the Maldives before flying back to Italy. And the fare is valid for a little more than one 7 weeks. So you could actually fully utilize the maximum stay.

As with most other offers, Google Flights (instructions) will show you the availability which you can then use to go to Skyscanner and compare prices that OTAs offer. Of course, you can also book directly on the carrier’s website.

All tickets will be issued in booking class F. This might sound like the F in first class. But unfortunately, it won’t earn you as many miles. 25% is the maximum you can get, and besides Alitalia’s MilleMiglia program, only SkyMiles and Flying Blue will credit you with miles.

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