LIN airport

Milan Linate Airport

LIN airport
Milan Linate Airport
LIN airport
Milan Linate Airport
Milan Linate Airport, named to Enrico Forlanini, receives national and short-range European traffic. It is managed by S.E.A. S.p.A., which also manages Milan Malpensa Airport. Milan Linate Airport is only 7 km from the centre of Milan.
It has one terminal and two runways, one for commercial traffic and one for general aviation
From 2018 the Milan Linate airport has completed the works for the new facade of the airport, which concludes the first step of the works that will deliver a completely renovated city airport in Milan. Renovation for: the arrivals area, the baggage claim area and the new "Leonardo" VIP Lounge (re-located in a new area of the airport).
The restyling of the Linate airport and, in particular, the work to modernize the runway and the new baggage handling system, were managed with the “Bridge” project which made it possible to guarantee the operations of the Milan airport system by transferring, from July 27 to October 26, 2019, flights from Linate to Malpensa and, in part, to Bergamo.
Milan Linate reopened on 26 October 2019 but the construction sites for the renewal of the airport will continue until March 2021.
Milan Linate has a single Terminal and two runways, one for commercial traffic and one for General Aviation: Milano Linate Prime.

Management company: S.E.A. S.p.A.
Address: Viale Forlanini – 20090 Segrate (Mi) - Italy
Telephone no.: Call Centre +39 02 232323

Country code: IT
Transportation to/from the airport
The Milan Forlanini station is connected to the Milan Linate airport with the urban bus line 73 (7 stops in about 10 minutes). The Milano Forlanini station is connected with the lines of the Passante Ferroviario (lines: S5 Varese-Treviglio, S6 Pioltello-Treviglio, S9 Saronno-Seregno-Milan-Albairate).
Scheduled buses (ATM) travel to Linate Airport from the centre of Milan in 25 minutes. To and from Milan Center - Piazza Duomo (Piazza Diaz stop) MM1 - MM3 (red and yellow subway line). The connection between Milan Duomo M1 - M3 (Piazza Diaz) and Linate Airport by the 73 bus line. 
Special bus services operate from Milan Central Station and Lambrate Station, while from Rho Pero (City/Trade Fair Centre) and Milan Malpensa Airport (Terminal 1) the “Air Pullman” bus service is available (Malpensashuttle).
Bus connections are available to / from Brescia, Monza, Pavia, Livigno (service on reservation).
Milan Linate offers a bus service to / from the San Raffaele Hospital with the Atm Extra Urban Line (Line 923).
The rest of the Italian cities can be reached from / to Milan Linate by Bus Flixbus.
Linate Airport can be reached from the Tangenziale Nord (north ring road) for those arriving from the A4, A8 and A9 motorways, from the Tangenziale Ovest (west ring road) for those arriving from the A7 motorway and from the Tangenziale Est (east ring road) for those arriving from the A1 and A4 motorways. Follow the directions for Viale Forlanini/SP14, Idroscalo and Linate Airport.
A radio taxi service to/from the airport operates from Milan, stopping in front of the Terminal (Arrivals, Gate 5). 
Car hire
The car hire firms present at Milan Linate airport are Auto Europa/Sicily by Car, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europcar, Goldcar, Hertz, Locauto Rent, Maggiore, Leasys, Firefly, Sixt and Thrifty.
Text: Alisè Vitri
Photos for editorial use only: ©, Shutterstock
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Update: November 2019
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