Milan is served by three airports – Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, and Orio al Serio International Airport (Bergamo) – which ensure frequent domestic and international connections. Facilities available at all the airports include tourist information offices and car rental services.
Milan Malpensa Airport
The airport of Milano Malpensa, the largest in the Milan area, has two terminals that offer many intercontinental connections, on top of numerous domestic and international routes. The airport is well connected with the city of Milan: the journey by car takes about an hour along the A8 motorway (Milano-Laghi, Varese direction, Busto Arsizio-Malpensa junction). Moreover, the international hub is conveniently connected with the town by private shuttle bus services to Centrale Railway Station and express train services to Cadorna Railway Station.
Milan Linate Airport
The Milan Linate airport, named after Enrico Forlanini, is a first-rate city airport. The airport of Milan Linate is conveniently connected to the city of Milan by private shuttle bus services to Centrale Railway Station and the urban bus line no. 73 to Piazza San Babila.
Orio al Serio Airport
The International Airport of Orio al Serio is the third airport of Milan. It is located close to Bergamo, about an hour away from the centre of Milan. Orio al Serio is conveniently connected with the city of Milan by private shuttle bus services to Centrale Railway Station.