From Malpensa Airport and Milan City Centre
Shuttle services between Malpensa Airport and Milan City Centre
Journey time: 50 mins
|Malpensa Airport T1& T2||Milan Central Station|
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In case of flight delay, tickets are valid for the following buses.
If the name on the ticket does not correspond to the passenger name, the ticket is still valid.
See all the bus stops on the map here.
Children aged between 5 - 12 inclusive are booked as children.
It is not compulsory to print your tickets, we do accept etickets on both smartphones or tablets.
The service is operated by Alivision Transport scarl Vat n. 10387031007 Authorised by the Region of Lombardy Legislative Decree n. 3956 of 15/05/2015
MILAN MALPENSA AIRPORT
Milan Malpensa Airport is located in Lombardy and is the largest international airport in Milan. It offers a wide range of destinations throughout the world.
Milan Malpensa Airport has two passenger terminals and a cargo terminal.
The airport is first in Italy for volume of transported goods and one of the major European "cargo hubs". It is also the second airport in Italy for number of passengers in transit.
Aviation activities of Malpensa Airport dates back more than 100 years ago. The first with Gianni Caproni and Giovanni Agusta that flew their Caproni Ca.1, an experimental biplane built in Italy in 1910. At the end of World War II, some manufacturers and politicians of the area restored the airfield to facilitate the industrial activities of Alto Milanese region. Malpensa's commercial activities started in November 1948, as “Aeroporto Città di Busto Arsizio”, and the first direct air link to New York was made in 1950. In 1952, the operator's name was changed to Società Esercizi Aeroportuali S.p.A (SEA). In 1960, with the opening of the new Linate runway, all domestic and European flights were transferred to Milan Linate airport. As a consequence of this measure, Milan Malpensa airport was used just for intercontinental links, with flights to North and South America. In 1985, SEA prepared a new airport master plan for the reorganisation of the Milan airport system. The plan was called "Malpensa 2000". Malpensa airport was re-opened in 1998.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT LINKS TO AND FROM MILAN MALPENSA AIRPORT:
Malpensa Milano airport is located 50 kms NW from Milan city center and is well connected by highway and public transport.
Train from Malpensa to Milan centre:
The Trenord - Malpensa Express links the centre of Milan with Malpensa airport and is the fastest option. A one-way adult ticket costs 13 euros with ticket discounts for children.
Bus from Malpensa airport to Milan centre:
Bus are the cheapest way to reach the centre of Milan and the Milano Centrale Railway Station.
Terravision buses are a great alternative to often expensive trains and to taxis or private transfers.
Taxi from Malpensa to Milan centre:
The taxi costs €95 (fixed price) to Milan city centre.
from Orio al Serio to Malpensa:
The fastest connection between Malpensa and Orio al Serio is provided by the taxi service. The cost varies based on the company used but, as a generic rule, the price is around € 170 and the ride time takes approximately 75 minutes depending on the traffic conditions. As an alternative there is a shuttle service that about 1 hour and 45 minutes and does an intermediate stop (cost for a one way ticket: €16).
In the security check, SEA invites all passengers of Milan Malpensa airport to facilitate baggage/ passenger checks in order to safeguard flight security.
Have your boarding card ready and be prepared to place handbags, jackets, belts, wallets and metal objects in the tray.
It is important to remember that only limited quantities of liquids may be carried in your hand baggage, in containers with a maximum size of 100 ml. each. Liquids purchased at duty free or in airport stores after security control can be carried on board.
MILAN MALPENSA AIRPORT SERVICES:
The airport offers a wide range of services for passengers:
• the exclusive SEA VIP lounges, the personalized Vip Service assistance, the high speed WiFi and the ViaMilano FastTrack;
Fast Track access can be purchased directly on line, at airport ticket offices or at the automated cash machine. ViaMilano FastTrack is the service that provides quicker access to the security checks and to the boarding area;
• improving customer experience with digital services;
• other public utility services: banks, post offices, pharmacies, luggage storage, currency exchange etc.
For more information, visit Milan Malpensa airport official website www.milanomalpensa-airport.com.