Located about 48 kilometers from the Milan Malpensa Airport can be reached by car on the A8 motorway, consists of 2 terminal for arrivals and departures of domestic, international and intercontinental.
The transport from the city to Malpensa Airport are made bus, taxi and trains.
At the inside of the Malpensa Airport Terminal 1 has a railway station, the trains Malpensa Express of the Ferrovie Nord effect departures every 30 minutes toward her station of Cadorna in Milan, they also stop to the stations of Bovisa and Saronno. The first train departs to the 5.57 and the last at 20.57 o'clock, the time The journey lasts 40 minutes. Trains Italy offers fast connections through the trains Frecciarossa with the city of Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. Tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket, the self-service vending, travel agencies and authorized retail outlets.
In bus the Malpensa Shuttle departs from the Central station in Milan every 20 minutes 5.00 give to the 23.15 and the journey it lasts 50 minutes. Malpensa Bus Express departs from the Central station in Milan every 30 minutes from the 5.15 to the 21.15 and the journey lasts 50 minutes. Other buses that connect the Malpensa Airport with the cities of Turin, Genoa, Bergamo, Brescia, Borgomanero, Como, Bologna, Novara, Varese, Verona, Pavia Lugano and Chiasso.
After the Fiumicino Airport, the Malpensa Airport is per second place for traffic momentary in transit, and it is the first Italian port for the flights international and first port commodities for the Italian aerial transport. The two Terminal of the Malpensa Airport are connected through a service of bus shuttle free The flights freighters possess a great denominated terminal CargoCity. The structure of the Terminal 1 are formed from two satellites, is used mainly for intercontinental flights, international, domestic and charter flights, and was officially opened October 25, 1998. From the Satellite A is operated flights toward destinations area "Schengen", while from the Satellites B and C are operational the flights toward destination area "Extra-Schengen". The Terminal 2 are used for the traffic low-cost, it represents the structure of the old Airport Malpensa built in the sixties and widened in the nineties.
From Milan Malpensa Airport there are a lot last minute flights for travel to Spain, Balearic Islands, Menorca, Formentera, Ibiza, Canary Islands, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. While for the Tourism Greece they prevail the destinations toward the Islands of you Rhodes, Crete, Santorini, Mykonos and Kos.