Many airlines fly low cost, no frills flights to Italy. Here are the best known airlines with the most comprehensive flight schedules to cities within Italy.
Remember that low frills airlines sometimes have different luggage and carry-on baggage limits. Most of these operate from smaller airports than the big airlines, so be sure to factor the transportation into your time budget when connecting to a low cost airline in Italy.
Air One - The low cost partner of Lufthansa is based at Linate Airport in Milan, Turin International and Leonardo da Vinci in Rome. Flies to about 25 different destinations, including Sicily and Sardinia.
easyJet - You know them. They're big. They've defined no frills flying.
Air Dolomiti - Many destinations in northern Italy, plus Naples, Sardinia and international destinations like Frankfurt, Munich, and Vienna.
Europe by Air - fly to 170 cities within Europe via Air FLight Pass for $99 or $129 per flight.
Meridiana - Not my favorite airline; flies to many destinations including Malta, Crete, and Mykonos
On Air - Budget flights from Pescara to Paris, Brussels, Munich and Split.
Ryanair - You know them.
Wind Jet - low cost flights to mostly northern Italian destinations as well as several international destinations.
Air Travel Toolbox
Italy Transportation Resources
Flight Specials and more from Auto Europe.
Italy Airports Map from Italy for Visitors
Private, chauffeured transfer services (to get a quote)
A good source of Italy maps is TrekTools.