Duty Free prices in Italy

A list of all airports in Italy with information on shopping, dining and duty free.

To plan ahead for your journey to Italy, you can use Duty Free Information to see what Duty Free shops, boutiques, and products are on offer at the airports in Italy before you fly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our database and endeavour to have the most up to date information on what shops and boutiques are available to you on your journey at each airport and the airline that you are flying with.

We have a dedicated team of researchers with contacts at every major airport in the world which helps to ensure that our data is kept as up to date and relevant as possible. However, if you do spot something that is incorrect or out of date, then please let us know via our contact form in the the comments on any of our pages and you can help keep the database as accurate as possible.

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Ryanair Adds Over 1 Million Seats To Its UK Winter Schedule

Ryanair Adds Over 1 Million Seats To Its UK Winter Schedule

Ryanair, the UK’s largest airline, yesterday (23 Aug) added over 1 million low-fare seats to its winter schedules to/from 20 UK airports in response to BA’s announcement that it will cancel 8% of its winter schedule (over 10,000 flights) due to staff shortages and capacity cuts at “Hopeless Heathrow”. Ryanair now expects to see its […]

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Ryanair Adds Over 500 Flights (100,000 Seats) For Autumn Half-Term

Ryanair Adds Over 500 Flights (100,000 Seats) For Autumn Half-Term

Ryanair, the UK’s largest airline, today (Tuesday, 16 August) announced that it will add over 500 flights to and from its main base at London Stansted Airport for the Autumn Mid-Term Break, providing an additional 100,000 low-fare seats to/from London to family destinations in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece, and France. Ryanair has added these extra […]

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Middle Eastern destinations still on the way to recovery

Middle Eastern destinations still on the way to recovery

Data shows that the Middle East is still on the way to recovering pre-pandemic values but also shows significant changes in terms of origin markets capacity and hotel prices. Mabrian Technologies, a leading tourism intelligence company, has analyzed data for the main destinations in the Middle East in view of its participation at ATM in […]

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Ryanair to cease operations in Northern Ireland

Ryanair to cease operations in Northern Ireland

Ryanair has confirmed it will end operations at both airports in Belfast. The low-cost carrier will cease flights from Belfast City Airport in September and from Belfast International Airport in October. Ryanair blamed the cost of operating at the airports as well as a UK government “refusal to suspend or reduce” air passenger duty (APD). […]

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airBaltic Holidays debuts to European travellers

airBaltic Holidays debuts to European travellers

airBaltic has launched a new product, airBaltic Holidays, offering customers dynamic travel packages which include both a flight and a hotel reservation. Martin Gauss, chief executive of airBaltic, said: “As an innovative airline, we always strive to search for new ways to improve the customer experience starting from the booking process. “Today, when travelling has […]

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