Milano Malpensa to debut dedicated terminal
The Milan-based company already manages a 5,000sqm hangar that shelters the latest generation executive jets and will develop over a surface area of approximately 1,400sqm in a dedicated area of the airport.
Refined furnishings and lighting for common areas and private lounges are designed to welcome passengers and crew as they arrive and depart in a relaxed atmosphere. Direct access, together with dedicated security filters and controls, will complete the service.
“Together with Milano Linate Prime, and just seven kilometres from the city centre, Milano Malpensa Prime will provide a second access route to the heart of northern Italy and Europe, with premium services offered directly or with our partners,” commented Chiara Dorigotti, General Manager of SEA Prime.
Milano Linate Prime is Italy’s most important business and general aviation hub and among the top 10 in Europe. The two hubs recorded more than 26,000 movements in 2018, a growth of 2.5%.