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Milan Airports

Milan is well served by three airports, with the larger Malpensa and Linate, and to a lesser extent, Orio al Seria near Bergamo, providing the visitor with great access to the city. All airports are well linked to the city by public transport and are themselves interconnected by service buses. A number of car hire operators have facilities at each airport.

Milan's Malpensa International Airport is around 25 miles (40 km) to the northwest of Milan and is connected to the city via the A8 Milano-Varese highway and also by express rail connection to Milan Cadorno station. Most of the larger airlines use Terminal 1, apart from Easyjet which uses Terminal 2. Trains to Milan leave Terminal 1 every 30 minutes and the journey takes around 40 minutes, the fare costing around EUR 9 each way at the time of writing. Taxis are also available from outside the Arrivals area, with a standard fare being around EUR 70. Buses to various destinations are also available from Terminal 1 and include a regular shuttle bus service to Milan. There is also a regular shuttle service to Linate airport, from between 7.50am and 12.25am. NB if you are going to Fieramilanocity directly from the airport then take the Malpensa shuttle as this is the first stop.... no need to go all the way into the centre and the back out again.. The new Fiera Milano Pero Rho is somewhat further out.

Linate airport, just 5 miles (8km) to the south east of the city, is much closer to Milan than Malpensa and is used principally for short-haul international and domestic flights. Buses run to and from various destinations in Milan from between 6.05am and 11.45pm. Access to Milan by car is quick, along Viale Enrico Forlanni.

Milan is also served by Orio al Serio Airport, just south of Bergamo (45 km from Milan). This is more popular with some of the low-cost airlines. Its central location in the region means it is particularly handy for visiting other parts of Lombardy. Shuttle buses are regular to Milan costing around EUR 8 at the time of writing and trains can also be taken via Bergamo.

For further information, The Milan airport website has good passenger information and details of flights, connections and operators:

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