Milan Linate International Airport (LIN)
20090 Milan Linate, Italy
Telefon: (02) 7485 2200



The airport is situated 7km (4 miles) east of Milan.


How to get there

From central Milan, take Via XXII Marzo and Viale Corsica; from the ringroad, take the Linate exit. The airport has good links to the northern Italian road network: Autostrada 8 leads to north Milan and Varese and Autostrada 4 leads to Milan and to Novara, west of Milan. The P41 leads over the Alps to Switzerland via Como, the Autostrada 1 leads southeast to Piacenza, and the Autostrada 7 leads south to Genoa. Most of these major routes are toll roads.

Information about parking possibilities at the Milan Linate International Airport


Access by public transport

Bus 73 runs daily and connects the airport with the Milan underground at San Babila Station on the red line, one stop from the citys central Duomo Station, where it is possible to change to the yellow north-south line, and four stops from Loreto, which connects with the green line. There is a service to Milan central station. There is also a shuttle bus to Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1, on the other side of the city (journey time -75 minutes).

There is an airport coach service which runs to the Air Terminal at Milan Central Station. Other services operate between the airport and Pavia, Brescia, Verona and Lugano.

Taxis are available outside the Arrivals level.


Information desk

Airport and tourist information desks (tel: 02 7020 0443) can be found on the ground floor of the terminal, in Arrivals. There is also an information desk on the first floor check-in hall in Departures.


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