You can find on this page the Milan airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Milan airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Milan in Lombardy - Italy.
The Milan airports map shows all the airports around Milan. This airports map of Milan will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Milan has 3 international airports – Malpensa, Linate and nearby Bergamo airport. The Malpensa International Airport, the second busiest in Italy (about 19 million passengers in 2010), is 45 km (28 mi) from central Milan and connected to the city by the "Malpensa Express" railway service as you can see in Milan airports map. The Linate Airport, which lies within the city limits, is mainly used for domestic and short-haul international flights, and served over 9 million passengers in 2010. The airport of Orio al Serio, near the city of Bergamo, serves the low-cost traffic of Milan (8 million passengers in 2010). Choosing the right Milan airport depends on a number of things, like departure and accommodation location.
Linate Airport (LIN) is the second largest airport in Milan, serving more than 9 million passengers annually as its mentioned in Milan airports map. Like Malpensa, it also offers regular international and domestic flights. Linate is the closest airport to city, located just 7km away from Milan center. There is no train station at Linate, but connections via public transportation and Linate airport shuttle are pretty good. To read more about how to reach the Milan city center.
Bergamo airport (BGY), also known by its official name Orio al Serio, is the third busiest airport in Italy, serving more than 11 million passengers. It is located 45 km north-east of Milan, near the city of Bergamo as its shown in Milan airports map. Bergamo is a great choice for everyone traveling on a budget, with low cost airlines like Ryanair, easyJet and Wizz Air offering regular flights to and from Bergamo. Even though it is not as close to Milan as Linate airport, getting from Bergamo to city center is fairly easy, with airport buses and public transport operating regularly.
The map of Milan airport presents the main international airport of Milan. This international airport map of Milan will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The airport Milan map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Milano Malpensa international Airport "City of Milan" ( IATA : MXP , ICAO : LIMC ), former "Aeroporto Città di Busto Arsizio " is Milan largest airport. It is located 21.58 NM (39.97 km; 24.83 mi) northwest of central Milan , Italy as you can see in Milan international airport map. It is one of 3 airports in the Milan metropolitan area. The airport is connected to Milan by the Milano-Varese highway as well as by the "Malpensa Express" train starting from the Milan Cadorna railway station (LeNord regional railways) and taking about 40 minutes. It is also connected to Linate Airport by a scheduled bus service and by Milan local transportation.
Milan international airport system has a third international airport, Orio al Serio Airport , which serves low-cost traffic. Malpensa handled over 23.8 million passengers in 2007 (over 33 million with Linate , the second airport of Milan, closer to downtown and over 39 million with Orio al Serio Airport, Milan low-cost airport) as its mentioned in Milan international airport map. As of early 2008, Malpensa remains the top Italian airport in terms of international traffic, together with Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport in terms of total passengers. As far as hub transit passengers are concerned it is also the second airport in Italy after Rome, according to ASSAEROPORTI traffic data. It is also the leading air freight gateway to Italy. Malpensa serves a population of over 15 million inhabitants.
easyJet has a dedicated Terminal (T2) and Milan international airport is that company biggest base outside the UK . In 2008 Lufthansa announced plans to create its first hub outside Germany, and its fourth European hub. In October 2008 Lufthansa set up its Italian division, Lufthansa Italia . SEA and Lufthansa have a memorandum of understanding for future development and improvement of current facilities. In July 2009 Lufthansa announced that has requested 10 additional daily slots at Malpensa. Malpensa has two terminals and a third runway has been announced, with completion set for 2012 as its shown in Milan international airport map. There is also a dedicated cargo terminal called "CargoCity", which currently handles over 410,000 tons of yearly traffic.