Milan Linate Airport – LIN Milan
Situated in the second largest city in Italy, Milan Linate Airport is the third airport in the city. It served more than 9 million passengers in 2018, next to Orio al Serio Airport and Malpensa International Airport. The airport is also used as a base for Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner. It was first known as Airport Enrico Forlanini, named after the great Italian inventor who was born in Milan. Although the buildings of Milan Linate Airport are in the Segrate Municipality, the larger part of the airport’s field is in the Peschiera Borromeo Municipality.
Best Time to Visit
Milan Linate Airport only has one passenger terminal building and is divided into three stories. The ground level is for check in and baggage claim facilities and has a second departure gate for the bus boarding. Main departure area, some restaurants and souvenir shops is located in the first floor. The second floor is for the office spaces. There many restaurant and cafes in LIN Milan Airport to choose from, from McDonald’s to Panino Giusto. All can be found within the three floors. There are also a wide range of souvenir shops and shopping outlets located in the first level. Cascina Malandra, Gorla Maggiore and Mezzomerico are some of the many cities that surround LIN Milan.
What to Do & Area Attractions
Moxy Milan Linate is one the LIN Milan hotels that offers a comfortable and pet friendly stay near the airport. It offers paid shuttle service and Idroscalo Park, located just a few steps away. You can also relax at the terrace of Allegroitalia Espresso Linate and enjoy its beautiful views of Milano. Book a stay at Best Wester Air Hotel Linate, a 4-star hotel located 0.30 miles away from the LIN Milan Airport.
The Orio al Serio Airport and Malpensa International Airport are nearby airports that also cater flights with passengers from every side of the country.