Milan Linate Airport LIN
The airport of Milano-Linate (LIN), named after Enrico Forlanini, is the second most important airport. It is a veritable "city airport" (given also its vicinity to the Lombardian city) and as such, it only welcomes short-range domestic and European traffic. Several low-cost airlines also depart from this airport.
The airport has a single terminal and two runways, one for commercial traffic and one for general aviation.
Although its official name is "Enrico Forlanini airport", after the name of the pioneer of aviation and inventor who was born in Milan, this Milanese airport is more well known by the name of the area near which it is located (Linate, near the municipalities of Segrate and Peschiera Borromeo).
+39 02 232323Web siteATM
+39 02 58587237 Malpensashuttle - from Linate to Malpensa and back
+39 02 58583202
Hourstime of event: 6.00>23.00 ATM or STARFLY bus from Central Railway Station corner Piazza Luigi di Savoia every 30 minutes
time of event: 5.35>00.35 ATM bus 73/X73 Linate Express from Corso Europa M1 San Babila every 10/20 minutes. Running time 20/30 minutes
People with motor disabilitiesCompletely accessible to the disabled
viale dell'Aviazione 65