We supply full details on banking, VAT refund and currency exchange facilities at Malpensa Airport in terminals 1 and 2, the VIP lounges, chemist, post office, left luggage facilities, what to do about lost luggage or lost property as well as information on the tourist offices and churches based at Milan Malpensa Airport.
Terminal 2 is mainly used by the low cost airlines.
Just click on the relevant terminal to find out all you need to know to make your journey through Malpensa Airport as easy as possible.
Walking is the fastest way of transferring between gate areas at Malpensa Airport. If you are connecting from an international to a domestic flight you will need to pass through customs before proceeding to your departure gate.
It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk the length of Gate A and approximately 25 minutes to walk between Gates A and B.
Lost property at the airport may be reported:
Note: If you lose an item onboard the aircraft, contact the airline directly.