Located 50 kilometres from Milan, Malpensa Airport has much to offer both leisure and business travellers. Malpensa is the largest of three airports in Milan, with two terminals and a wide range of services and facilities…
Bars & Restaurants
Milan Malpensa Airport offers a diverse selection of bars and restaurants, with cuisine for all tastes. You will find everything from fast food outlets to sophisticated Italian restaurants, and everything in between – both landside and airside.
There are numerous food and drink establishments to grab a coffee or snack, as well as more substantial options and family-friendly outlets offering children’s menus. Many of the cafés and bars, including a pizzeria and fresh pasta restaurant, use typical regional produce.
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There are some fabulous shops for browsing and purchasing duty-free goods while waiting to board your flight at Malpensa Airport. These include designer-brand fashion, pharmacy items, perfumery and jewellery, plus a newsagent where you can stock up on newspapers, magazines and books for your flight.
A large duty-free shopping area sells the usual extensive array of wines, spirits, tobacco and electrical goods.
Full details on shops at Malpensa Airport are available here.
Malpensa Airport provides VIP and dedicated business services for travellers, including a multimedia conference room and a press room suitable for meetings. Double-check with the airline you are travelling with to determine which business facilities are open to you.
The Malpensa Center is located in Terminal 1 on the Arrivals floor, providing an area where professionals, members of the business community, companies, associations and corporations can organise work meetings, workshops or events.
Malpensa Airport has all the passenger travel services you could possibly need for any last-minute arrangements.
There are foreign exchange counters in Arrivals and Departures (including check-in areas landside) and banks on site with cash machines, as well as a post office, travel agency, pharmacy, first-aid post, limousine service and chapel. In addition, there are five VIP lounges for those who want to start their journey in comfort and style (fees apply).
Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport for free. The connection is fast and always available for passengers.
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All car parks at Malpensa Airport have dedicated disabled parking bays, which are free to use for cars displaying the appropriate disabled badge. Sala Amica provides special areas in the airport dedicated to passengers with disabilities, as well as a free service to assist disabled passengers through the airport from check-in to boarding.
Find further information on disabled facilities at Malpensa Airport here.
Malpensa Airport is a family-friendly airport offering different play areas and services for mothers, fathers and children.
For parents with young babies, a “Baby Pit Stop” can be found in the Sala Amica area of the airport, providing dedicated feeding and changing rooms. Other restrooms around the airport are equipped with changing facilities.
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