Milan, Milan Malpensa (MXP), Italy

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The airport offers free assistance to frail and reduced mobility passengers in the Sala Amica/PRM Lounges in Terminal 1. The airport has implemented the following standard to guarantee passenger comfort: qualified staff, dedicated toilets, flight monitors, a free internet point, refreshment vending machines, Passenger Rights in Braille and copies of the Service Charter. There are manned tills at the car parks. Both terminals have been fitted with tactile paths, public phones and lifts with Braille buttons as well as lifts equipped with a vocal system indicating floor level. Passenges with reduced mobility should inform their airline of any special needs when making their flight booking.

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Banks, bureaux de change and ATMs are available in both terminals. Free 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.


Left-luggage facilities are available in Terminal 1, Ground Floor, Arrivals B. Lost items can be reported by filling in a form on the airport’s website (


Chapels (Terminal 1/ Check-In Area 1, Level 2, and Terminal 2 Departures Area) are open to those seeking prayer. 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

The meeting room areas at Malpensa Center (Terminal 1 on the Arrivals floor) are available for organising events and workshops. The rooms can be booked by the hour, half day or full day. For information and bookings: Club SEA lounges 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: +39-2/23 35 1,

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General information

Airport code: MXP

Number of Terminals: 2


Several information desks can be found in the terminals.

Transfer between Terminals

A shuttle service connects the two terminals.

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    Piazzale Lugano 10
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    Price: Cheap

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