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Map of Milan-Malpensa, Italy

Milan-Malpensa Airport

Milan-Malpensa Airport is the second most important airport in Italy behind Rome-Fiumicino, with a traffic volume of more than 23 million passengers yearly. Besides Malpensa, Milan has one other important hub: Milan Linate airport which is in the city’s suburbs. Since Malpensa was opened, Linate however is no longer served by all airlines, but is popular with business travellers as the journey time to the city centre is significantly shorter. Bergamo airport, about 30 miles further away, is often erroneously called Milan Bergamo as it is in the vicinity of the city and for many passengers is an alternative to the busy Malpensa airport. Milan Malpensa is a major hub of Alitalia besides being used by many low-cost airlines such as Easyjet, with flights to Edinburgh or London for example. [More]

Local time: Fri. 05 Jun '20 12:57

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Airport Name Milan-Malpensa
City Mailand
Country Italy
Tel. +39 02 23 23 23 (Customer Call Centre)
Website www.milanomalpensa-airport.com/
Timezone Europe/Rome
IATA-Code MXP
Terminals 1,2
Address Aeroporto di Milano-Malpensa, 21010 Ferno- Malpensa (MI), Italia
 
Runway Name Length Width
17L/35R 3,915 m 60 m
17R/35L 3,915 m 60 m


More information about Milan-Malpensa Airport

The airport consists of two terminals: Terminal 1 for donestic and intercontinental flights. Terminal 2, used by low cost airlines and for charter flights.

Transport

A8 to exit "Busto Arsizio" and then follow the signs on the SS336. On the A26 to the exit “Sesto Calende-Vergiate" and follow the signs on the SS33.

Parking

Yes; paid short and long-term parking; about 9000 spaces