Malpensa Airport Terminals

Malpensa Airport used to be Alitalia’s main hub until 2008, when the national flag carrier moved its base to Rome Fiumicino Airport given the high costs to operate at Milan Airport. By this way, Malpensa Airport lost 20% of its daily movements.

 

It wasn’t until 2010 that the airport promoted itself worldwide, and by doing this, 34 new passenger and cargo routes were added. EasyJet made Malpensa Airport the second important hub after London Gatwick Airport.

 

Transfer between terminals

Inter-terminal transfer is done by the free shuttle service which connects Terminal 1 with Terminal 2. Opening hours: 24 hours. Frequency is of 7 minutes, while night frequency is about 30 minutes (from 22:45 pm to 05:15 am). Total trip time is 15 minutes.

 

Terminals

Malpensa Airport consist of two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

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Terminal 1

Malpensa Airport Terminal 1 mainly serves all flights from and to Malpensa airport. It is the largest airport terminal, divided into three concourses: Terminal 1A, Terminal 1B and Terminal 1C.

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Terminal 2

Malpensa Airport Terminal 2 is the budget terminal, housing only EasyJet flights.

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