Flights from Sicily Catania to Barcelona

Cheapest Car Hire Quotes For Catania Airport

Flights from Barcelona to Sicily Catania

Regular scheduled flights from Barcelona in Spain to Catania Airport are available through Wind Jet Airlines.

The clocks in Italy are on the same time zone as Spain so all times quoted on the airlines timetables are local.

One of the biggest problems the airline industry is experiencing at the moment is lost luggage, which has been largely caused by all the extra security checks. If your bags do not arrive with you at Sicily Catania Airport, contact your airline who will put you in touch with their ground handling staff at the airport.

Sicily Catania Flights to Barcelona

Rather than spend hours researching information on airlines and flights from various destinations to Catania in Sicily, and to ensure that our guide is completely up to date with the timetables and schedules constantly changing we have found a really good gadget below which gives you all the information that you need.

And the best news of all is that it takes you direct to the site for the airlines involved to make the actual reservation and not through a booking agent who will often add on a commission fee.

Don't forget that we offer the CHEAPEST CAR HIRE FOR SICILY so come back and see us after sorting out your flights!

 

Weekday & Weekend Flights from Sicily Catania to Barcelona

Wind Jet operate direct flights from Sicily Catania to Barcelona Airport.

You can find out more about weekday flights from Barcelona to Catania and weekend flights from Spain to Sicily by searching in the box above.

For up to date information on the airlines, timetables, current fares and to book a fight online click on the flight search box.

 

Further Information on Catania and Sicily

It is worth hiring a car when you arrive at Sicily Catania Airport so that you can explore areas off the beaten track and have the freedom to do it when you choose.

Catania is situated between the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna, which is Europe's greatest active volcano. The earthquake of 1693 devastated most of south-eastern Sicily and Catania was then rebuilt in Baroque style. One of the best Roman structures that can still be seen is the Roman Theatre in Via Vittorio Emanuele, and close by in Via Rotonda, is the church of Santa Maria della Rotonda which stands on the remains of Roman baths. The lava and marble Roman Amphitheatre dates to the second century AD.

Piazza del Duomo is Catania's principal square, and the great Duomo has a facade which dates from the Baroque rebuilding of the town (although some of the earlier church did survive the earthquake).

If you do not want to hire a car while you are in Sicily then you might prefer to arrange a private airport transfer or book a seat on a private shuttle bus.

Flights from the UK & Spain to Catania

We also provide details on the following flights from the UK and Spain to Sicily Catania:

UK Flights : Gatwick to Catania

Spanish Flights : Catania to Barcelona

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