Linate Airport is one of the three airports of Milan – the other ones are Malpensa Airport and Bergamo Airport – and is just 7 km away from the city centre. Around 10 million passengers travel through this popular airport every year.
|Travel time from Milan||
25 minutes with Autostradale buses
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As there’s no direct train to Linate Airport, the best way to travel there is to get a train to nearby Milano Centrale train station, from where you can take a bus operated by Autostradale straight to the airport.
If you’re travelling from Lodi train station, take one of the regional trains operated by Trenitalia that go to Milano Centrale. There are 27 trains a day, with the first train departing at 05:40 and the last one at 23:23. The journey from Lodi to Milano Centrale lasts about 43 minutes.
You can also take a regional train from Monza train station and you’ll be in Milano Centrale in just 19 minutes. 41 trains run daily in both directions, with the first train leaving at 06:02 and the last one at 23:16.
Once you’ve reached Milan central station, it’s easy to hop on one of the buses that go straight to Linate Airport. Read on to find out more.
As Linate Airport doesn’t have its own station within the building, the closest train station is Milano Centrale. Situated just 7.8 km away from the airport, this station is served by regular Trenitalia regional, Intercity and high-speed trains that connect Milan to the rest of the country.
For more information about train connections to and from Milan, check our dedicated page on trains to Milan.
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Getting to Linate Airport by bus is quite an easy and convenient way to travel. The bus company Autostradale run 27 buses per day, so you’ll never be lost for ways to get there. From the airport, buses run every 30 minutes from 07:45 to 22:45, while from Milano Centrale they run from 05:30 to 22:00. For more information, visit our dedicated page on Autostradale.
Here’s all the information you need to know about the different terminals at Linate Airport and the facilities on offer.
Linate Center is a dedicated group of meeting rooms that can be used by professionals, entrepreneurs or companies that want to organise workshops or events in a convient location for travellers. Located on the second floor of the airport, it can be booked for one or more hours, half or full day.
Linate Airport offers unlimited free WiFi. It’s easy to connect to, simply select the airport WiFi network and follow the instructions to gain access.
There is one bank in the Departures terminal on the ground floor of the airport – Banca Popolare di Milano. Opening times are from 08:30 to 13:30 and from 14:45 to 15:45, Monday to Friday. ATMs of Deutsche Bank, Euronet and Poste Italiane are also available on the ground and first floors. The post office (Poste Italiane) is open from 08:25 to 13:35, Monday to Friday, and from 08:25 to 12:35 on Saturday.
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