Users booking trips to Palermo from Olbia found flights 94% cheaper than the average price of flights to Palermo. To find the cheapest price to Palermo from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
In general, January is the cheapest month to fly from United States to Palermo. Due to it being the ‘off-season’ during this time, you can expect flight prices to be around $571. If you aren’t able to travel during the month of January, then book flights to Palermo from United States during November instead. Flights to Palermo in November, while not as cheap as those in January, still average around $575.
We recommend purchasing flights from United States to Palermo 41 days ahead of your departure date because this is when momondo users tend to see the best flight rates. On average, our users have found flights to Palermo for $745. Keep in mind that you might be able to find cheaper flights to Palermo at any time. In fact, our users found flights for as low as $381 in the past 72 hours.
The cheapest day to depart on your flight to Palermo is on a Tuesday when prices can be found for as low as $802. This is often the case because there is less demand to fly during this day of the week. Be sure to avoid booking your departure on a Friday as prices are generally higher than usual. According to our data, the average ticket price to Palermo on Friday is $912.
The cheapest time of day to fly to Palermo is at noon when flights can be purchased for as low as $310. In the afternoon is when there is more demand to fly to Palermo, so prices are often more expensive at around $896 per ticket.
Those flying to Palermo could potentially find better pricing at Trapani Birgi Airport(50 mi from Palermo city center) depending on the month and departure airport.
Trapani Birgi Airport has an average price of $430 per person and is typically the cheapest airport to fly into when visiting Palermo. This average price does vary based on departure city. Try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool to find the cheapest flight.
Currently, Italy travel restrictions include travel to Palermo. Italy has restricted the entry of all visitors who are traveling as tourists, and has suspended flights from China and Taiwan. However, while direct flights between China and Italy have been temporarily postponed, there are no specific restrictions for entry of anyone based solely on their nationality. Italian residents and people traveling on business, for health reasons, and in an emergency may enter the country. However, travelers must inform the regional Department of Prevention of their arrival, and are subject to health surveillance and isolation for 14 days, and must submit a declaration that they entered Italy for proven work reasons for a maximum of 72 hours, or for a justified extension for specific needs for an additional 48 hours. All travelers must submit a completed self-declaration form to the airline before arriving in Italy. Travelers whose destination is the island of Sardinia are also required by the local authority to register their trip in advance using the form here. Effective from June 3, 2020, travelers arriving from member states of the European Union, states party to the Schengen Agreement, the United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican City may enter Italy and will no longer be required to self-isolate unless they have stayed in other countries during the 14-day period prior to entering Italy. Effective from July 1, travelers who have spent the last 14 days in one of the following countries may now also enter Italy, without need to quarantine: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. For more information, see here. Residence permits issued by Italy with expiration dates between January 31, 2020 and July 31 2020 will be considered valid until August 31, 2020. If you are planning to travel to Palermo at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.