Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP)
Airlines and Terminals
Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) is served by many domestic and international airlines, flying to and from the region of Lombardy en route to a range of destinations around Italy and throughout Europe. This is the city's premier air facility, being followed by the smaller airports of Linate and Il Caravaggio (Bergamo Orio al Serio).
With two main terminal buildings at Malpensa, airlines usually board from their designated terminals.
Terminal 1 serves arrivals and departures and was built in 1998, with a capacity to handle more than 28 million passengers every year, whilst Terminal 2 operates mainly charter flights and is served by airlines such as easyJet.
Milan's Malpensa Airport contains two main terminal building, serving a large number of European airlines.
Terminal 1 - serving arrivals and departures for international and domestic services
Terminal 2 - serving charter flights and some international and domestic services
A regular, free shuttle bus service connects the two terminals, departing from the forecourt areas
The following shows the principal airlines that operate throughout the terminal buildings of Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP).
Air France (Airlinair)
Air France (Régional)
Alitalia (Alitalia CityLiner)
Austrian Airlines (Tyrolean Airways)
Blue Panorama Airlines
Livingston Compagnia Aerea
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa Regional (Air Dolomiti)
Lufthansa Regional (Eurowings)
Lufthansa Regional (Lufthansa CityLine)
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Small Planet Airlines
Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss European Air Lines)