What is the flight time from Manchester to Venice?
On average there are 2 flights flying direct each day from Manchester to Venice. Below you will find the shortest flight time, the average flight time and also the longest flight time.
The fastest direct flight from Manchester (MAN) to Venice (VCE) has a duration of 2 hours 25 minutes.
A distance of 855 miles / 1,376 km.
Planning a trip or just interested to find out the flight time between Manchester, United Kingdom and Venice, Italy? Be prepared, as flight times can change depending on many factors such as, weather condition, wind speed, flight path and congestion in the air. Due to these factors the actual flight time could be less than 2 hours 27 minutes but on occasion could be longer than the stated time.
Manchester to Venice flight time via Dusseldorf International | MAN to VCE via DUS
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Venice, Italy time is 1 hours ahead of Manchester, United Kingdom
Date and time in Manchester, United Kingdom:
06:16 Thu, 21 Feb, 2019,
London Timezone: GMT (+00:00)
Date and time in Venice, Italy:
07:16 Thu, 21 Feb, 2019,
Rome Timezone: CET (+01:00)
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Whether you’re flying to Venice for a family holiday, business trip, romantic getaway or just curious to know the flight duration from Manchester, United Kingdom to Venice, Italy the duration of the flight can be a major factor in the planning of your break. Venice can be a great holiday destination for exploring, seeing the amazing sites and spending time with the family. We have sourced the latest deals on flights and hotels in the Venice to help you plan your trip.
Venice is the capital of Italy’s Venato region and its winding canals and handsome gothic architecture have cemented its place as one of the most visited cities in the world.
With so much to see and do, it’s hard to know where to start exploring. A free walking tour provide a great opportunity to get your bearings and tick off many top sites. The Basilica San Marco is well worth a visit and you can’t beat people watching in the Piazza San Marco. For a bird’s eye view of the city, head up the Campanile for superb views all the way out to the Dolomites.
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