Guide To Malpensa Airport
Malpensa International Airport is Milan’s largest and one of three major airports in Milan with over twenty million passengers passing through its terminals every year.
The other two airports in Milan are Bergamo Airport and Linate Airport. There are regular buses that provide travelers with shuttle services between the three airports.
There are two terminals at Malpensa (T1 and T2) which are relatively far apart from each other but are serviced by a regular shuttle bus which runs every twenty minutes.
Located 40 kilometers (25 miles) from central Milan, the airport is reachable from Milan by the Milano-Varese motorway. There is also the Malpensa Express train which leaves from the Milan Cadorna railway station and takes approximately forty minutes to reach the airport.
If you are planning to travel around by car, then you should take a look at the many options available for car hire at Malpensa; or if you prefer to be driven to your destination then you can book airport transfers through ShuttleDirect.
The operator for the Airport is Società Enti Aeroportuali (SEA) Aeroporti di Milano.
The most popular destinations from the airport are Paris Charles de Gaule, Madrid, Barcelona, Amsterdam and London Heathrow serviced by over 75 airlines such as Air Europa, EasyJet, Air Berlin, Air France, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Monarch.
Terminal 2 is dedicated to the low-cost airline EasyJet, making it their most important base outside of the UK.