Technical data

Milano Linate

The city airport of Milan, named after Enrico Forlanini.

Located in the south-eastern suburban belt of the capital of Lombardy, it is characterized by a wide offering of national and international long- and medium-haul flights. In addition, it offers various types of parking lots for those who want to park their car.

Its clients are mostly frequent flyers travelling to particularly attractive national and international destinations (both within the European Union and outside the European Union).

Data Sheet

Main data

Location indicator: 
LIML
Airport name: 
MILANO / Linate

Operational hours: H24

Number of aircraft stands: 41
Number of check-in counters: 71 luggage drops, 12 hand luggage only
Number of gates: 24

Airport administrative and geographic data

ARP coordinates: 45°26’58’’N 009°16’42’’E
Position and distance from the city
: 4.2 NM ESE

Elevation/Temperature: 353 FT / 28.8 °C
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Magnetic/Annual variation: 1° E (2005.0) / 6’E

Airport administrative authority
ENAC - DA Milano Linate
20090 Linate
Tel +39 02 74852952 Fax +39 02 7560264
e-mail: aero.linate@enac.gov.it 

Management company
S.E.A. (Società Esercizi Aeroportuali)
Tel. SEA: +39 02 74851 MIL EXC 73901
SITA: LINXTXH

ATS authority
ENAV S.p.A.
SAAV Linate
Tel: +39 02 70143201; fax: +39 02 70143720
e-mail: SAAV_Linate@enav.it 


Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
: IFR / VFR


Notes:

1) All operations referring to General Aviation traffic will be carried out at the A.T.A. traffic office. (Ali Trasporti Aerei) Linate WEST - hours: 06:00-22:00 (05:00-21:00), SKY SERVICES - hours: 05:00-21:00 (04:00-20:00) and UNIVERSAL AVIATION ITALY - hours: 06:00-22:00 (05:00-21:00)
2) Reference Code - Annex 14 for flight infrastructures: 4D (MAX wing span 48 m)

Fire protection and emergency services

Airport fire protection service category
: CAT 8 ICAO

Note:
NIL 

Weather information


Weather forecast office
: MILANO/Linate

Work hours
: H24



Physical characteristics of the runways



Designation number: 17
Magnetic orientation: 175°
RWY (M) size: 601 x 22
RWY strength: PCN 20/F/B/W/T
RWY surface: Bituminous conglomerate

Designation number: 35
Magnetic orientation: 355°
RWY (M) size: 601 x 22
RWY strength: PCN 20/F/B/W/T
RWY surface: Bituminous conglomerate

Designation number: 18
Magnetic orientation: 175°
RWY (M) size: 2442 x 60
RWY strength: PCN 60/F/B/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH

Designation number: 36
Magnetic orientation: 355°
RWY (M) size: 2442 x 60
RWY strength: PCN 60/F/B/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH

 Declared distances

 TORA
(M)
TODA
(M)
ASDA
(M)

LDA
(M)

17 601 601 601 601
35 601 601 601 601
18
Start Point INT TAKEE-OFF G
2442 2502 2442 2442
2000 2060 2000 -

36
Start Point INT TAKEE-OFF G

2442 2502 2442 2442
190 250 190 -

Notes
1) The Intersection Take-off are usable only upon the pilot’s request or TWR request, with prior authorisation from the pilot
2) Intersection Take-off G RWY 36 only for helicopters

Local traffic regulations

Preferential use of runways

1) Runway 36 is used, on a preferential basis, for take-off and landing.

2) ATC will use this runway provided that:

  • If the runway is dry, the tail wind component is not greater than 17kt;
  • If the runway is wet, the tail wind component is not greater than 5kt; This preferential criteria will not apply if:
    • The tail wind component is greater than the set forth limits;
    • The breaking action of the runway is “poor”.

3) If the pilot believes that the runway chosen by ATC does not meet the requirements for his/her flight operations, he/she can request to use another runway; in this case the aircraft may be subject to delay.

4) Due to ILS ground check, the 18/36 runway will be closed every Tuesday, from 23:15-00:15 (22:15-23:15), weather and operating conditions permitting.

Milano Malpensa

Located on the northern plains of Lombardy, in the South-West area of the province of Varese, at 48 km from Milan and connected to the main cities of Northern Italy and Switzerland through rail and road networks, Malpensa operates with two passenger terminals and one cargo terminal:

  • Milano Malpensa Terminal 1 is the intercontinental airport of Milan;
  • Milano Malpensa Terminal 2 is the international airport of Milan and one of the main airports in northern Italy, dedicated to the high segment of low-cost traffic;
  • Milano Malpensa Cargo is the top Italian and among the most important European cargo airports.

Data Sheet

Main data
 

Location indicator:
 LIMC
Airport name: 
MILANO / Malpensa
Operational hours: H24

Number of aircraft stands: 139
Number of check-ins: 313
Number of gates: 93

 Airport administrative and geographic data 

ARP coordinates: 45°37’48’’N 008°43’23’’E
Position and distance from the city
: 21.58 NM NW

Elevation/Temperature: 768 FT / 27.9 °C

Magnetic/Annual variation: 1° E (2007.12) / 6’E

Airport administrative authority
ENAC - DA Milano Malpensa
21010 - AEROPORTO MALPENSA (VARESE)
tel +39 02 74867702 fax +39 02 74867703
e-mail: aero.malpensa@enac.gov.it

Management company
S.E.A. (SOCIETA’ ESERCIZI AEROPORTUALI)
tel +39 02 74851§
TELEX SEA: 321597
AFTN: LIMCYD
Airport Manager on shift: tel +39 02 74862313
fax +39 02 74860034
email: rst@seamilano.eu 

ATS Authority
ENAV S.p.A.
SAAV Malpensa
Tel: +39 02 58579405; fax: +39 02 58579495
e-mail: SAAV_Malpensa@enav.it 

Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR): IFR / VFR
 

Notes:

1) Reference code - Annex 14 for flight infrastructures: 4E (MAX wing span 65 m)

FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY SERVICES


Categoria servizio antincendio aeroportuale: CAT 9 ICAO 

Notes:
199 Hydrants - Pumping capacity: 27,000 litres/min


Weather information


Weather forecast office: MILANO/Malpensa

Work hours: H24


PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RUNWAYS



Designation number: 17R
Magnetic orientation: 168°
RWY (M) size: 3920x60
RWY strength: PCN 100/F/A/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH


Designation number
: 35L
Magnetic orientation: 355°
RWY (M) size: 3920x60
RWY strength: PCN 100/F/A/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH


Designation number
: 17L
Magnetic orientation: 168°
RWY (M) size: 3920x60
RWY strength: PCN 91/F/A/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH


Designation number
: 35R
Magnetic orientation: 355°
RWY (M) size: 3920 x 60
RWY strength: PCN 91/F/A/W/T
RWY surface: ASPH

DECLARED DISTANCES

 TORA
(M)
TODA
(M)
ASDA
(M)

LDA
(M)

17R

INT TAKE-OFF EW/EM

3920 4120 3920 3920
3005 3205 3005 -

35L

INT TAKE-OFF WB

INT TAKE-OFF F/FE

3920 4120 3920 3515
3515 3715 3515 -
2550 2750 2550 -
17L
INT TAKE-OFF AB
3920 4040 3920 2977
2970 3090 2970 -
35R 3920 4080 3920 3920

Notes
1) The Intersection Take-off are usable only upon the pilot’s request or TWR request, with prior authorisation from the pilot

Local traffic regulations



Preferential use of runways

1) In consideration of the regulations related to: Radial chart/Departure routes and anti-noise procedures, the use of runways will be decided by ATC according to the following wind elements:

  • MAX 10 kt of stable wind and measured at the tail (regulation ENAC NR ENAC/UCEA/285/TRAF May 2002)

If the runway chosen by ATC is not believed to be suitable to the operations to be carried out, the pilots may request authorisation for the use of another runway; in this case the flight may be subject to delay.

2) Due to maintenance activities on aeronautical ground lights, the runways will be closed every day, except for infrastructural, weather or safety reasons, at the following hours:

  • RWY 35R/17L: from 01:00 to 02:00 (00:00-01:00)
  • RWY 35L/17R: from 02:00 to 03:00 (01:00-02:00)

3) Due to periodical inspections, runways 35/17 are closed daily at the following hours:

  • RWY 35R/17L: 05:15-05:30 (04:15-04:30), 1115-1130 (10:15- 10:30), 17:45-18:00 (16:45-17:00)
  • RWY 35L/17R: 05:35-05:50 (04:35-04:50), 11:35-11:50 (10:35-10:50), 18:05-18:20 (17:05-17:20)

Slight changes in these hours may occur due to traffic conditions.

4) For ground inspections of ILS equipment, the 35/17 runways are closed all day on Tuesdays except for possible limited manoeuvres or for weather or safety reasons at the following hours:

  • RWY 35R/17L: from 22:00 to 23:00 (21:00-22:00)
  • RWY 35L/17R: from 21:00 to 22:00 (20:00-21:00)

5) RWY 35L is the preferential runway for landing of flights with Code “F”