Milan Malpensa Live Flight Departures

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To Airline Flight no. Scheduled Actual Status
Seoul (ICN) Korean Air KE9576 17:30 Scheduled
Istanbul (IST) Turkish Airlines TK1876 17:45 Scheduled
Catania (CTA) EasyJet U22847 17:45 En-Route
Lamezia Terme (SUF) EasyJet U22865 17:45 En-Route
Paris (CDG) Air France AF1731 17:55 Scheduled
Palermo (PMO) EasyJet U22811 18:05 Scheduled
Naples (NAP) EasyJet U22899 18:15 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Air Europa UX1062 18:20 Delayed
Catania (CTA) Ryanair FR5519 18:25 Scheduled
Brindisi (BDS) EasyJet U22825 18:30 Scheduled
Moscow (SVO) AirBridgeCargo Airlines RU552 18:45 Scheduled
Naples (NAP) Wizz Air W65591 18:55 Scheduled
London (LTN) Wizz Air W65503 19:00 Scheduled
Lisbon (LIS) Wizz Air W65521 19:00 Scheduled
Warsaw (WAW) LOT LO320 19:30 Scheduled
Cairo (CAI) Air Cairo SM804 19:30 Scheduled
Tirana (TIA) Blue Panorama Airlines BV2220 19:30 Scheduled
Lamezia Terme (SUF) Ryanair FR1436 19:45 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Iberia IB3255 19:55 Scheduled
Memphis (MEM) FedEx FX7 20:00 Departed Late
Rome (FCO) Ethiopian Airlines ET703 20:35 Landed
Seoul (ICN) Asiana Airlines OZ790 20:40 Delayed
Dusseldorf (DUS) Eurowings EW9821 20:45 Landed
New York (JFK) Qatar Airways QR8002 21:00 Unknown
Luxembourg (LUX) Luxair LG6998 21:10 Landed Late
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY6337 21:15 Landed
Vienna (VIE) Wizz Air W62848 21:25 Unknown
London (STN) Ryanair FR8737 21:35 Landed
Colombo (CMB) SriLankan Airlines UL1208 21:35 Departed Late
Catania (CTA) Wizz Air W65585 21:35 Landed
Moscow (DME) AirBridgeCargo Airlines RU406 23:20 Unknown

Passengers can depart from either of Milan Malpensa Airport’s two terminals. They are named Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, and are two separate buildings connected by a free shuttle bus that runs every 15 minutes.

Terminal 1 is the larger of the two terminals and handles arrivals and departures for international and domestic flights. Terminal 2 is mainly for charter flights. There are many airlines that operate from Malpensa Airport, and they serve a variety of worldwide destinations. Some of the major airline companies are Air France, Air Europe, Alitalia, Air Canada, British Airways, Lufthansa, United Airlines and American Airlines.

At Terminal 1, the check-in area is on the 2nd floor. There are many services that can be used, and shops to enjoy if you have time after the check-in formalities and before proceeding to the security controls. Shopping at Malpensa Airport is just like walking down Montenapoleone Street in Milan, with many glamorous shopping opportunities and the best international Italian brands. Services include a laundry where you can get a quick ironing or cleaning, and a beauty center that offers a Turkish bath, a sun-bath or perhaps a new hairstyle before your flight! The check-in and boarding areas have a variety of restaurants, fast food outlets and snack bars with something to suit everybody’s taste. At the check-in on the 2nd floor, there are Play Rooms to keep young children occupied.

At Terminal 2, the check-in area is on the ground floor. Just like in Terminal 1, there are many services available, such as banks, chemists, post offices, currency exchange services, newsstands and bookshops. A wide variety of shops and dining opportunities are found in both the check-in and boarding areas of the terminal

Keep an eye on the display monitors located throughout the airport that will show the departure time for your airline.

At Milan Malpensa Airport, Sala Amica offers special assistance for travelers with disabilities. In order to use their service, passengers should inform their airline company of their requirements when booking the flight. The airline company will then ensure that the Sala Amica staff is ready to provide assistance. Sala Amica’s staff will help the disabled passenger with the baggage check-in and security screening procedures. A special lift, called an ambulift, will enable disabled passengers in wheelchairs to board the airplane. Sala Amica’s staff will also assist the passenger with anything they would like to do before boarding, such as shopping, banking or a meal at one of the restaurants.

While the airlines do everything possible to ensure that your baggage arrives safely and undamaged at your destination, there are cases of lost or damaged luggage. Passengers would be wise to take out their own insurance to cover baggage and content values. If you have lost any item in the airport, or on the public transportation to the airport, the Lost and Found Offices are located in Terminal 1, Arrivals B, before the security controls.

Passengers should check-in as much of their luggage as possible, as only one item of hand luggage is allowed with the maximum dimensions of 55x40x20cm. Any liquids taken on board should be in containers, each with no more than 100ml. Up to a total of 1 liter of liquids in these security. Baby food and medicines are the exception to these rules, and as much as necessary for the duration of the flight may be carried. Security may ask to taste any of these items.

There are several information points located in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, where passengers can find assistance with any general enquiries.