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Milan Airports and Flights

If its transfers from Malpensa to Milan city centre or Linate airport transfers then you should contact your hotel as they undoubtedly will provide this service often at reduced rates. Everyone is after a bargain and even the cheaper hotels in Milan now offer shuttle services to and from the airport - with supplements naturally.

nternational competition between the major airlines means that it is now possible to find cheap flights to Milan. Europeans can also arrive in Italy overland, however low-fare airlines now offer extremely cost efficient means which are hard to beat.

The so called no-frills airlines have revolutionised city-break travel with extremely low cost one-way and return tickets available at the touch of a button. Many airlines, no-frills and full service, provide fantastic fares to people willing to scan the Web. You can go directly to the websites of these airlines and easily reserve the flight that suits you.  Popular airlines offering economy flights include: Easyjet, BMI, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Air One, KLM and British Airways. Italy is also well served by their own low cost airline - Blu Express.

Online, super-fast fare generators are excellent ways of finding cheap flights from a range of different airlines. These search engines scan hundreds of websites looking for the best deals according to your flight requirements. A good example of such a search engine, specialised in finding cheap domestic flights within Italy as well as cheap flights to and from Italy from other countries in Europe is

There are two major airports in Milan. Malpensa Airport, 50km north-west of the city centre, is frequented by international flights at one of its two terminals. The large majority of domestic flights and some European flights arrive at Linate Airport.

There are excellent ways of arriving in the centre of Milan after landing on Italian soil. From Malpensa Airport the express train arrives at Cadorna Stazione Nord and departs every 40 minutes costing around €8 for a single and €11 for a return. Shuttle buses also operate from Malpensa Airport and stop at Piazza Luigi di Savoia outside Stazione Centrale.  Early morning and evening services are available by bus taking travellers to Cadorna Stazione Nord on Via Leopardi.  From Linate Airport take a STAM bus which also arrives at Piazza Luigi di Savoia in front of Stazione Centrale. Tickets for this service can be bought on the bus from the driver.

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