The SEA Group manages the Malpensa and Linate airports under a 40-year agreement signed by SEA and the Italian Civil Aviation Authority in 2001.
The Milan airport system consists of the following airports:
Milan’s intercontinental airport, consisting of two terminals. Terminal 1, which was fully renovated following the completion of the restyling of the Schengen area, serves a wide range of domestic, international and intercontinental destinations and offers a diverse assortment of services to meet the needs of all of the airport’s passengers. Terminal 2 is easyJet’s main base of operations in Europe, serving a broad network of destinations. Both terminals can be reached by train.
Primarily serves frequent-flyers travelling to destinations in Italy and the EU. Just 8 KM from Milan city centre, Linate is truly a city airport, with structures and areas dedicated to business and shopping. The restyling of the airport is currently in progress, while during the 2019 financial year it was closed for three months for the resurfacing of the runway.
Milano Linate Prime & Milano Malpensa Prime
Airports managed by SEA Prime S.p.A., a subsidiary of SEA S.p.A.. Dedicated to general aviation, their services and facilities provide significant added value.
Milano Malpensa Cargo
Is the nerve centre of inbound and outbound cargo distribution in Italy.
THE GROUP I.D.
|May 22, 1948
|Milan Linate Airport - 20090 Segrate (MI)
TAX CODE AND MILAN COMPANIES REGISTRATION OFFICE NO
|NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 2022
|NET PROFIT 2022
|AIRPORT MOVEMENTS 2022
|FREIGHT MOVEMENTS 2022
|717.1 thousand (tons)