At Malpensa Airport
At Malpensa Airport there are a wide range of facilities available for both leisure and business travellers alike. Below is a list of some of the services and facilities you can find at the airport:
Bars & Restaurants
There is a fine selection of bars and restaurants at the airport to suit every palate from McDonalds and sandwich bars to Asian cuisine and great local Italian restaurants such as La Galeria.
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Bulgari, Hermes, Gucci, Ferrari and Cerruti are just some of the many Italian designer fashion shops you can find at the airport. There is also a large duty free shopping area selling the usual wide selection of wines, spirits, tobacco and electrical goods.
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For business travellers the airport provides a multimedia conference room and a press room where you can hold business meetings.
There are various foreign exchange companies available in the public areas of the airport. There are four banks on site with cash machines, a post office, travel agency, pharmacy, first aid post and a Catholic chapel.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport. It is a paid facility and you can pay with a credit card via your browser to access the Internet for a set amount of time.
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Information on the travel documents required to fly from Malpensa Airport >>
Details for passengers with animals at Malpensa Airport >>
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All the car parks at the airport have dedicated disabled parking bays which are free to use for cars displaying the appropriate disabled badge. Sala Amica Services provides a free service to disabled passengers to assist them through the airport from check-in to actual boarding.
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For mothers with young babies, Malpensa Airport provides dedicated feeding and changing rooms called “Baby Pit Stop” which can be found in the Sala Amica area of the airport.
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