Milan Linate International Airport will be closed

During the period 27 July - 27 October 2019, Milan Linate International Airport will be closed to air traffic. Upgrades will take place. Alitalia will move all its activity to Milan Malpensa International Airport.

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Between July 27 and October 27, 2019, Milan Linate International Airport will be closed to air traffic. Modernization works will take place. Alitalia will move all its activity to Milan Malpensa International Airport.



Milan Linate Airport is the 3 around the metropolis of Milan, after Milan Malpensa International Airport and Orio al Serio International Airport (Bergamo). In 2017, 9.548.363 passengers crossed the threshold. Milan Linate Airport is the basis for Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner.

Milan Linate Airport will be closed

Between July 27 and October 27, 2019, Alitalia decided to transfer a large part of its activities to Milan Malpensa Airport. That means about 200 daily flights, most to destinations in Italy.

Passengers, who have tickets on Alitalia flights between July 27 and October 27, 2019, can choose to be boarded from Milan Malpensa Airport or can request a refund. To deal with domestic traffic on the Milan - Rome route, Alitalia will operate 9 daily flights on the Milan Malpensa - Rome Fiumicino route and 4 daily flights on the Milan Bergamo - Rome Fiumicino route.

Among the airlines that will have to reconfigure their daylight saving time from / to Milan Linate Airport, there is also Blue Air with a flight to Bucharest. The Romanian air carrier will operate the Milan Linate - Bucharest route until July 26 (inclusive). From July 27, Blue Air will operate 1 daily flight on the route Milan Malpensa - Bucharest.

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