After three months of work, Milan Linate airport has reopened to the public. The stop - necessary for the reconstruction of the take-off and landing runways and the extension of the terminal - involved the transfer of about 90% of the flights to Malpensa.
SEA, the company that manages both Linate and Malpensa airports, asked Trenord to upgrade airport service rides. Several initiatives have been implemented to meet the need of the moment, such as the strengthening of the service, the opening of a new ticket office at Terminal 1 and the creation of a new site dedicated to the Malpensa Express.
During this gap period, train rides offered a total of 18,500 more seats, increasing the offer by 47%. Over 1.2 million passengers have chosen the train to reach the airport.
Malpensa Express keeps its promises!