Milan Malpensa Live Flight Departures
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Departures at Milan Malpensa Airport are offered plenty of choice from the domestic and international destinations the airlines serve. Flights leave daily for destinations like Munich and Hamburg in Germany, Lyon Saint Exupery and Paris in France, Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Minsk, St Petersburg and Kiev in Russia, Bangkok and Cairo, Dubai and Tokyo, Doha and Rome to name but a few.
Among the airlines serving Malpensa are some of the best known names in the aviation industry. From flagship carriers to low-cost providers, Malpensa offers a large selection of the world’s finest airlines. There are Air Berlin and EasyJet, Air Europa Lineas Aereas and Air France, Air Malta and Aer Lingus, Alitalia, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, American Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Delta Airlines, Emirates and Continental among many other excellent providers of domestic and international passenger flights.
No wonder Malpensa is Italy’s second most popular airport after Rome!
Milan Malpensa Airport departures have free access to shuttle bus services, which leave at 7 minute intervals throughout the day and at 30 minute intervals between the hours of 10.45 pm and 5.15 am, connecting the two terminal buildings.
The airport provides check-in facilities at both terminals for Milan Malpensa Airport departures and both terminals have also Duty Free shopping areas. A VIP Lounge service can be enjoyed in exclusive surroundings at Terminal 1, but throughout both terminals departure passengers will find cafes and snack bars, restaurants, banking and currency exchange services, post offices, ATMs and plenty of shopping outlets to make a visit at Milan Malpensa enjoyable.
For a small charge of EUR 10.00 passengers in a hurry can join the FastTrack scheme, allowing air travellers to pass more speedily through security controls and the terminals’ departures areas by using a specially designated route.
It is also possible to hand in luggage at the Baggage Deposit and Cloakroom desk, where dedicated staff will look after passengers’ suitcases and bags for a small charge of between EUR 3.50 to EUR 4.00 per day – it’s ideal for passengers visiting Milan for just one day, perhaps for a fashion show or to participate in of the city’s many international trade fairs. The Baggage Deposit desk is located on the Ground Floor in Arrivals area B at Terminal 1.
Departure passengers with a last minute need to exchange their Euros into another currency will find Currency Exchange counters on the second floors and the Check-in areas as well as on Floor 1 and by Boarding Gate B at Terminal 1. These service counters remain open from early in the morning to late at night.
Getting to Milan’s northern-most airport is easy! Milan Malpensa Airport departures have escellent access to the airport by road as well as by rail. The motorways A4 and A8 link the city of Milan with the airport and motorists will find plenty of parking facilities at the terminals.
Malpensa Express trains link Milan’s Cadorna train station, which is located in the heart of the city, with Terminal 1. There are a total of 44 daily trains, coming and going at 30 minute intervals around the clock, ensuring no passenger is ever left stranded in the city. Milan Central train station offers just 14 such trips throughout the day and trains leave at 43 minute intervals.
Milan Malpensa Airport departures can also join various coach services, which leave from outside Milan Central train station and cover both Terminal 1 and 2. The bus journey from the city centre to the airport takes only 20 minutes and tickets can be purchased from the driver when boarding the coach.
Passengers with a rental car to return at the end of their holiday should ensure their car hire provider explains well in advance where their vehicles should be returned to. Milan Malpensa boasts well known providers such as Auto Europa, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, LOCAUTO Rent, Maggiore, Sixt and Thrifty, who have their car rental desks at Terminal 1 in the Arrivals hall. Departure passengers should contacted their car hire suppliers, if the parking arrangement and returns policy is unclear.
Milan Malpensa Airport offers passengers in need of travel information instant help via friendly staff at the Infocentre. From tourist information to flight times, here passengers can find out what, where and when things happen at the airport! Business passengers will also find rooms for meetings and conferences with multimedia facilities at the Infocentre.
All passengers have Wi-Fi access in the Arrivals lounges, in the Check-in areas, their Boarding Lounges as well as in the restaurants and bars located at both terminals. In addition, there is a First Aid Station, a pharmacy and a chapel for all passengers’ use.
For more information about departures at Milan Malpensa Airport, please remain on this website or visit the official Malpensa website at http://www.milanomalpensa1.eu.