Milan Linate Airport has been rebuilt several times in the past century, having originally been constructed in the thirties as a cargo and commuter airport. The airport’s name was derived from the local town where it is situated in the village of Peschiera Borromeo. Airport Enrico Forlanini is the official title, named after the Italian creator and engineer born in Milan.
Today, Milan Linate Airport is mostly used by airlines operating domestic and short-haul flights across Europe, plus a significant about of private aviation traffic.
Lat: 45° 26' 42.00" N
Long: 9° 16' 36.00" E
Elevation: 353ft (108m)
Runway length available: 2440m (8005ft)
Operation times: 24/7
Milan Linate Airport has a dedicated ramp on the western side of the airport for private aviation flights. FBOs include: Sky Services, Ali Trasporti Aerei ATA, Argos VIP Private Handling, Aviapartner Executive, SEA Handling, Servi’s Aviation and Universal Aviation.
Customs and immigration facilities are housed in a dedicated GA terminal which caters for flights originating from outside of Italy. Hangar space is also available for jets ranging up Gulfstream G550 size.
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