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Milan, Milan Malpensa (MXP), Italy

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Accessibility features

The Sala Amica (tel: 02 232 323) courtesy lounge in Terminal 1 provides telephones for the hearing-impared, as well as newspapers and magazines in Braille. Wheelchair assistance is available and there are lifts and ramps for access, as well as disabled toilets and telephones in both terminals. Designated car parking spaces for disabled travellers are available at both terminals, and the shuttle bus connecting the terminals is wheelchair-friendly. Disabled passengers should inform their airline of any special needs when making their flight booking.

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Money and communication

Banks, bureaux de change and ATMs are available in both terminals. There is a post office in Terminal 1. Public telephones and fax facilities are available in both terminals. Paid-for Wi-Fi access is available throughout Milan Malpensa Airport.


There is a good selection of places to eat and drink in both terminals. These include plenty of Italian pizza/pasta restaurants and cafés serving coffee and cakes, as well as a specialist eateries serving a variety of cuisines.


There are numerous shops at Milan Malpensa Airport, including duty-free for non-EU passengers, newsagents and gift shops. Unsurprisingly, given Milan’s fame as a centre of fashion, there are plenty of clothes boutiques and jewellery retailers to explore, with the likes of Armani Jeans, Boggi, Bulgari and Burberry. For motorsport lovers, there are Ferrari merchandise outlets in Terminal 1. 


Left-luggage facilities (tel: 02 5858 0298) are available in Terminal 1. Lost items can be reported by filling in a form on the airport’s website.


There are chemists and first aid offices in both terminals. Interdenominational chapels are open to those seeking prayer, with Catholic mass held at certain times. Travel agencies and transport tickets desks are available in the arrivals areas. Dedicated baby change and feeding areas are located at various points within the terminals.

Conference and business

Club SEA lounges (tel: 02 7486 2382) offer a range of business and VIP services to members. Meeting facilities and business services are available at the on-site Sheraton Milan Malpensa Hotel & Conference Centre (tel: 02 23351; www.starwoodhotels.com) and Crowne Plaza Milan-Malpensa (tel: 0331 21161; www.ichotelsgroup.com).

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General information

Airport code: MXP

Number of Terminals: 2

Airport news

A third satellite concourse at Terminal 1 opened in January 2013


There are several information desk (tel: 02 05 06) can be found in Terminal 1

Transfer between Terminals

A shuttle bus connects the two terminals

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    Hotels in Milan


    From plush pads catering for travelling executives to achingly hip backstreet boutiques, Milan’s hotel scene is geared towards the luxury end

    of the market. Budget finds are thin on the ground, but there are some charming hidden bargains if you know where to look.


    Via Privata Fratelli Gabba 7b
    20121 Milan
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    Price: Expensive

    The epitome of understated glamour is well worth splashing out on.

    Hotel Straf

    Via San Raffaele 3
    20121 Milan
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    Price: Expensive

    Design hotel Straf is a favourite with the international fashion aristocracy.

    Townhouse 31

    Via Carlo Goldoni 31
    20129 Milan
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    Price: Moderate

    This converted 19th-century Palazzo is one of the cosiest places to stay in Milan.


    Piazzale Lugano 10
    20158 Milan
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    Price: Cheap

    This business-centric hotel combines good facilities with rock-bottom prices.