UPDATE [Feb. 5, 9:30 a.m. EST]: These fares are sold out.

Jet off to Italy this summer and save as much as $400 on the usual cost of a roundtrip ticket! Air France, Alitalia and KLM have dropped the price of flights from Chicago to Pisa, Bologna, Naples, Florence, Turin and Venice to just $630-$665 roundtrip. Travel is widely available from June to August, during Italy’s peak travel season. Fares to Europe are rarely cheap in the summer, so if you’ve been waiting for a great deal, don’t wait too long!

Alitalia is a 3-star airline according to Skytrax, the same rating as American and United. Air France and KLM are 4-star airlines according to SkyTrax, the same rating as British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America.

Fly.com Fare Calendars:

Flights from Chicago to (all flights are roundtrip, including tax):

Note:

  • Air France and Alitalia have a maximum allowance of 2 FREE checked bags.
  • KLM has a maximum allowance of 1 FREE checked bags.
  • For more baggage information click here.

Savings:

  • Up to $400 OFF the usual cost

Travel Dates:

  • June to August

Sample Screenshots:

Chicago-Pisa: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Pisa: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Pisa: Alitalia Booking Page

Chicago-Pisa: Alitalia Booking Page

Chicago-Venice: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Venice: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Venice: KLM Booking Page

Chicago-Venice: KLM Booking Page

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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