Milan Linate Airport is an international airport which bears the name of Enrico Forlanini. This Italian airport handles domestic flights as well as international flights to nearby regions. The air terminal is located 7 kilometres from Milan. The airport was built in 1937. It encompasses two runways, and serves passengers in a single terminal. Its passenger traffic makes up about 10 million people per year.
The airport is connected to the city and Milan Malpensa Airport, another large air terminal of Milan, by bus routes. You can get from the air terminal to the city centre by public buses, car or shuttle. Public transport stops are situated next to Passenger Terminals 1 and 2. In order to use an electric train (lines S5, S6 and S9) you should reach Milano Forlanini Train Station by bus number 73. Gate 5 leads from the arrival hall to taxi stands. At Milan Linate Airport, you can take advantage of car sharing services provided by such firms as car2go, Drive Now and Enjoy.
The number of major companies provides their car rental services to passengers in the arrival hall. These are Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europe, Goldcar, Hertz, Thrifty, and Sixt. The representative offices of several regional companies operate at Milan Linate Airport along with these leading companies. They are Sicily by car autoeuropa, Autoeurope, Locauto, Maggiore, and Winrent. Companies offer supplementary equipment, which is subject to availability, at an additional cost. Such equipment includes baby seats, snow tyres, snow chains, navigators, players, sun visors and other devices. Young drivers (under 25 years of age) pay higher car rental charge. The companies do not limit mileage of rental cars.
Fly car service consortium operator offers car rental services with a driver. The office of the company is positioned on Level Zero of the arrival area, Gate 6. The representative office of the consortium is open daily from 7.30 a.m. till midnight.