Buses to and from Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP)
Departure passengers arriving at Milan Malpensa Airport by car, coach, bus or train can join a free shuttle bus service linking the two passenger terminals. The shuttle runs every day of the year, 24 hours a day, leaving at 7 minute intervals during day time hours and at 30 minute intervals between 10.45 pm and 5.15 am at night.
Milan Malpensa is located just 25 miles or 48 km northwest of the city centre and has excellent road and rail connections to the city of Milan and rest of the Lombardy region. Within the city of Milan getting around on foot, by bus, taxi, hire car or tram is easy and it never takes long to reach the most important tourist attractions or hotels.
Passengers arriving at Milan Malpensa can board either trains that take them into the city centre within a 30 minute journey or board buses that leave for city centre destinations like Milan Central train station. The express bus runs every 20 minutes and passengers can purchase their tickets from the driver when they join the coach at either Terminal 1 or 2. Special buses from Milan Malpensa Airport also link to Milan’s other airport at Linate. These Air Pullman coaches run daily at 9.30 am, 11.00 am, 12.30 pm, 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm.
A special bus/rail link also exists via Trenord bus operator. They provide a bus service with their Line S5, which covers the Treviglio-Pioltello-Busto FS/Varese Passante Ferroviario route. Line S5 buses from Milan Malpensa Airport run 14 times per day and start from Busto FS 39 minutes past the hour throughout the day, running between 7.39 am and 8.39 pm.
Milan Malpensa Airport buses also cover destinations in the city like Fiera Milan City and Fiera Rho Pero.
Leaving from Terminals 1 and 2, STIE Autostradale buses shuttle between the Central Train Station and the airport on a 20 minute interval. Timetable and pricing information can be obtained at http://www.stie.it. Also ferrying passengers between the airport terminals and Central Station are the aforementioned Air Pullman buses from Milan Malpensa Airport, leaving at 20 minute intervals throughout the day. Depending on which bus operator one travels with, ticket prices are between EUR 10.00 and EUR 13.00 per person.
During off peak times, when Milan traffic is at its fastest, the bus journey into the city centre typically takes just 40 minutes. However, during rush hour this increases to an hour.
Passengers can find timetable and ticket information at their website http://www.malpensashuttle.com, there the line for Linate Airport is also covered. Another bus connection between Malpensa and Milan Linate Airport is provided via operator Caronte (www.caronte.eu), where passengers can buy tickets on-board from the driver. Caronte buses from Milan Malpensa Airport leave at 8.45 am, 11.45 am and 3.30 pm every day.
Long-distance buses from Milan Malpensa Airport also cover the rest of the Lombardy region, Liguria, Canton Ticino and Piedmont. Passengers can board buses to Gallarate and Castelnovate at Terminal 1 and buy their ticket on-board their SACO bus.
Passengers travelling to Brescia must book their tickets in advance online at firstname.lastname@example.org. The service is only available upon request and runs Mondays to Saturdays only.
Passengers for Bergamo Orio Al Serio can board services provided by Autostradale and Air Pullman and details of these Milan Malpensa Airport buses can be found on the above mentioned websites.
The gorgeous Canton Ticino region is covered by Malpensa Express buses from Milan Malpensa Airport. Airport Giosy Tours SA run services for which timetable and prices can be found at http://www/malpensaexpress.ch and Lugano Servizvada Tours also run services from Terminal 1. Timetable and ticket information is available from http://www.luganoservices.ch.
Operator SADEM runs buses from Milan Malpensa Airport to Turin. These buses start at Terminal 1 and tickets can be bought on-board from the driver or purchased in advance from http://www.sadem.it.
Operator VOLPI runs Milan Malpensa Airport buses from Terminal 1 to Genoa, also allowing passengers to purchase their ticket from the driver. Timetable and pricing information can be found at http://www.volpi.com.
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