Getting to Milan Linate Airport (LIN)
Milan Linate Airport is situated only 7km/4 miles to the east of Milan’s city center. It is only a few minutes drive to the airport. the airport is to the south of Novegro and to the north of Linate, Ponte Lambro and Mezzate. On all the main routes, the airport is clearly signposted as ‘Linate Aeroporto’.
Directions from the City Center
- The airport is connected to the city by the Via XXII Marzo and the Viale Corsica roads. These roads are off the Linate junction of the main ring road.
- There are other major roads nearby the airport, and these include Autostrada 1, 4, 7 and 8.
Directions from Turin
- Drive on the Milan motorway/A4 Torino.
- Then take the Tangenziale Est (Bypass East) and follow the airport signs.
Directions from Genoa
- Drive on the Milan motorway/A7 Genoa.
- Then take the Tangenziale Ovest (Bypass West) until reaching the turn off of Bypass East.
- Turn off onto Bypass East and continue to the airport.
Directions from Venice
- Drive on the Milano motorway/A4 Venezia.
- Take the turn off onto Bypass East (Tangenziale Est) and follow the signs for ‘Linate Aeroporto’.
There are various ways to reach Linate Airport, other than by driving your own car. There is no train station at the airport, but there are many bus companies that follow various routes. If you would like to travel by train, the Starfly Buses connect the airport with the Stazione Centrale. The Malpensa Shuttle Air Pullman and Caronte travel from Malpensa Airport to LIN, and the Malpensa Aeroporti E Viaggi travels from Brescia. ATM buses travel from Milano Piazza S. Babila, Autoservizi Migliavacca from Pavia, and the Route A4 buses from Verona. During the Milano Fair exhibitions, the Air Pullman Noleggi travels from the Fiera Milano to the airport. Taxis are also available on call, or at any of the taxi stands in Milan to provide transportation to the airport.
Linate Airport has all the necessary facilities in it’s terminal building. There are foreign currency exchange services, banking facilities, ATMs and airport bureau de change outlets. Facilities also include the airport post office, business and conference services, luggage trolleys, lost property desks, basic first aid facilities, a pharmacy and a hairdresser. The terminal building has many cafés, bars and restaurants as well as shopping opportunities.
The information desks at the airport are on the ground floor and first floor of the terminal. They can provide any general assistance or useful airport information.