Being one of the three main airports in Italy’s second largest city, Milan Linate Airport is served only by domestic and European airline companies that offer regional service within Italy and Europe. Alitalia claims the busiest schedule in Linate Airport, which is located much closer to Milan than the Malpensa and Orio al Serio airports that serve the city. Italy’s flag carrier offers domestic service to cities like Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Naples, Palermo, Pescara, Reggio Calabria and the country’s capital city of Rome. The international service by Alitalia includes trips to European capital cities such as Amsterdam, Bucharest, Brussels, Madrid, London, and Paris. During certain seasons, Italy’s flag carrier also offers trips to Scotland’s capital Edinburgh and Ireland’s capital Dublin.
Meridiana Fly is another major Italian airline that serves Milan Linate Airport. Based in Sardinia, this regional airline invites passengers at Milan to come and enjoy the Mediterranean island that the company calls home. Cagliari and Olbia are the two major destinations in Sardinia that are accessible all year long via Meridiana Fly. By offering trips to Catania and Palermo, this airline also takes customers to Italy’s Mediterranean island of Sicily.
The rest of the international airlines serving Milan Linate Airport offer limited service only to a few destinations. Based in Dublin, Aer Lingus invites Milan’s passengers to the company’s home city. AirBaltic connects Italy’s second biggest city with Latvia’s capital city Riga. Air Malta offers direct trips to Italy’s neighboring Mediterranean island nation of Malta. British Airways offers flights to London and Brussels Airlines takes passengers to Belgium’s capital city Brussels. The British carrier EasyJet also offers direct flights to London. Orly Airport, the secondary airport in Paris, is also listed on the EasyJet timetable at Milan Linate Airport.
Spain’s flag carrier Iberia links Milan with the Spanish capital Madrid while TAP Portugal offers flights to another major city on the Iberia Peninsula, Lisbon. Offering year round service to Amsterdam, KLM Royal Dutch invites Milan’s tourists to the Dutch capital. Germany’s capital city Berlin is listed on the Lufthansa schedule. Additionally, the German flag carrier offers trips to Frankfurt. Offering daily trips to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, Air France invites Milan’s passengers to explore the French capital.
Scandinavian Airlines operates air traffic between Milan Linate Airport and two major cities in the Scandinavian region. Copenhagen and Stockholm are listed on the national airline of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.