Pisa to Palermo

You are limited to only 1 airline company Ryanair when departing Galileo Galilei to Punta Raisi Italy. The journey time flying from Galileo Galilei to Punta Raisi Italy is around 1 hour 35 minutes. With the distance covered being 653 Km (406 Miles). The airport code for Galileo Galilei is PSA and for Punta Raisi it is PMO.

The cost of ticket prices to Punta Raisi Italy can vary quite considerably if you travel at certain times of the week especially at weekends. Punta Raisi Italy flights may be normally booked months in advance and this may be the best option if you intend to get the best prices from Galileo Galilei. We recommend booking your flights to Punta Raisi Italy in advance as prices normally increase the nearer the departure date.

The table below shows the amount of daily flights in operation from Galileo Galilei (PSA) to Punta Raisi (PMO).

AirlinerMoTuWeThFrSaSuFirst FlightLast Flight

The most direct flights offered from Galileo Galilei to Punta Raisi Italy are by Ryanair with around 2 flights a week. These operate from 09:50 with the latest flight being at 23:45. The most popular flight no is FR 9514, FR 9584, FR 9586 and FR 9978.

When travelling with Ryanair it would be worth visiting their website /www.ryanair.com/ for further information on bookings and special offers.

Below you can see all the times when Ryanair fly. These flight times do vary so we recommend you look on the Ryanair website for accurate information for the dates you are departing.

DayFlight Times
Monday09:50, 18:40 and 23:45
Tuesday09:50, 10:30, 14:45 and 23:45
Wednesday09:50 and 23:45
Thursday09:50, 12:55, 13:55 and 23:45
Friday09:50 and 23:45
Saturday09:50 and 23:45
Sunday09:50, 13:55 and 23:45

You may instead fly from Galileo Galilei and arrive at Punta Raisi by an alternative airport or airports. The summary of this is in the table below.

RouteStopsDistanceFlying Time
Pisa to Catania0795 km (494 miles)1 hour 45 minutes
Pisa to Comiso0824 km (512 miles)1 hour 47 minutes

Don’t forget that flight regulations are getting tight so we recommend you leave plenty of time to get through customs at Galileo Galilei.