Milan airports

Linate Airport (LIN)

Viale Forlanini
Linate Airport, named after Enrico Forlanini, is the city airport of Milan.
It has a wide range of domestic and short and medium range international flights.
Metro line: M4 (stop Linate Airport)

M4 Blu line connects Linate airport with M1 Red line San Babila station.


Malpensa Airport (MXP)

Malpensa is the intercontinental airport of Milan.
With its wide range of destinations throughout the world, it is the main hub of northern Italy.
Malpensa operates with two passenger terminals.

To get to Milan from Malpensa Airport (and viceversa) a good option is the “Malpensa Express” train.  It connects the center of Milan to Malpensa Airport , with trains 7 days a week.

The service connects the main stations of Milan (Milano Cadorna FNM, Milano P.ta Garibaldi, Milano Centrale) directly with MXP airport terminals 1 and 2.


Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)

Also known as “Il Caravaggio” International Airport, is 45 km north-east of Milan, which it serves together with Malpensa Airport and Linate Airport, the city's two primary airports.

The Terravision buses are the cheapest way to get from Orio al Serio airport to Milan (Milano Centrale Railway Station).