Linate airport returns to operations. First flights from July 15th, 2020
After a four-month stop, Milano Linate airport, much appreciated for its proximity to the city, officially reopens the activity in full compliance with the health regulations for passengers and airport operators.
The first 8 flights are scheduled for Wednesday, July 15th: four take-offs and four landings to and from Frankfurt, Malta and Madrid. In the next weeks, flights to and from Linate could increase up to 10 per hour.
Alitalia will depart on July 24th with flights to and from Sardinia.
To reassure travelers, Linate airport has adopted prevention and safety measures:
– inside the airport, all passengers must be equipped with a face mask, keep an interpersonal distance of at least one meter and will be subjected to body temperature checks.
– sanitizing gel dispensers have been positioned at each terminal to allow hand sanitization
– sanitization activities are carried out periodically in internal areas such as check-in counters, metal detectors, storage containers, toilets and elevators
– unidirectional routes and new ways of accessing the Terminal have been studied in order to regulate passenger flows and ensure a safe stay at the airport.
As for Malpensa Airport, Terminal 1 returns to operation in mid-June.