Cheap Flights: Houston to Milan, Italy $495-$513 r/t – Alitalia / SkyTeam

[04/12/2016 @ 6:08 AM] Book this fare on: Priceline, Travelocity, OrbitzCheapTickets, ExpediaHotwire, BookingBuddy.
[04/12/2016 @ 9:45 AM] Fare gone. Removing from deal list.

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Alitalia and SkyTeam partners have round-trip flights from Houston (HOU/IAH) to Milan, Italy (MXP/LIN) for $495-$513 with one or two connections. Flights from April to May.

Note: You may be able to pick this up for $463 if you can handle doing two airport transfers. In our opinion, it will cost more to do that than buying the slightly more expensive fares that have better routing.

  • Example Dates: (Priceline Travelocity) May 11 – May 18 / May 04 – May 11 / Apr 27 – May 04 / Other dates: Use the +/- 3-day search tool on CheapTickets.
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Fare availability screenshots were taken at 8:37 PM on 4/04/16.


I was able to pull this up on Priceline. Screenshot taken at 6:21 AM on 4/12/16. Prices and availability can and will eventually change.


If you plan on booking a hotel, use our travel coupon codes to save up to 15% to 20% off. Alternatively, you may be able to save the most money by booking your trip as a Flight + Hotel package on Priceline, Orbitz, or Travelocity.

If you want to see other deals that are still bookable you should check out the “Bookable Deals” page on our site. It filters out deals that have expired, or have low availability.

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Note: OTAs such as Travelocity and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty within 24-hours after purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 10 PM the next day, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty. OnTravelocity, you can easily see if your ticket allows a free cancellation, just look for “FREE Cancellation” next to the button to purchase the ticket.

Most airlines also offer 24-hour free cancellation with varying policies. For example American Airlines allows you to “Hold” a ticket before payment for 24-hours but once you pay for it you can’t cancel without a change fee or penalty, even if it was purchased less than 24-hours ago.

Flight Details:

  • Documentation: Passport required.
  • Departure and Destination Airports: IAH – MXP
  • Carrier: Delta
  • Fare Basis Code:
  • Fare Class:
  • Mile Accrual: Delta is revenue based.
  • Stopover component: none.
  • CPM: 4.52 (11055 miles)
  • Full Route: IAH-CDG-LIN-AMS-IAH
  • Previous Lowest Price Average: $926
  • Book this fare on: Priceline, Travelocity, OrbitzCheapTickets, ExpediaHotwire, BookingBuddy.

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