Are the airports open?
Commercial Aviation passenger traffic is currently concentrated on Milano Linate airport and on Terminal 1 of Milan Malpensa airport.
In compliance with ENAC's dispositions, access to the airport is regulated through unidirectional routes that control the flow of passengers to make travelers and staff stay at the airport as safe as possible. Consult the access maps to Linate.
We recommend that you arrive at the airport in advance to ensure that all operations are carried out in compliance with the necessary security measures.
Which are the operating flights at Linate airport?
You can check all the details of the next flights departing and arriving at Milano Linate airport in the dedicated section
To check your flight details, we advise you to contact the airline.
Are there any limitations for international flights?
From July 9 to 31, all persons who – in the previous 14 days – traveled to or transited/stayed in the following countries are not allowed to enter Italy, namely: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia. The only exception to this rule is for Italian citizens or nationals of EU and Schengen Member States, UK, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino or the Vatican City State and their close family members (cohabiting lineal relatives, spouse, civil or cohabiting partner), provided that they were resident in Italy since before July 9, 2020.
All persons traveling to Italy from any foreign location are required to provide the carrier, or law enforcement officers if they are stopped for checks, a self-declaration that can be downloaded here
Travel to and from the following States shall not be subject to any limitations and passengers do not need to provide reasons for traveling: Member States of the European Union, Schengen Area Countries, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, Republic of San Marino and Vatican City State. From July 24, the only exception regards people entering Italy from Bulgaria or Romania, or those who have stayed/transited in Bulgaria or Romania in the last 14 days: these people will still be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
Furthermore, travel to Italy is freely allowed, without having to justify their reasons for traveling, to the citizens of these countries, as well as foreign nationals residing in the above-mentioned States, and members of their household (spouse, civil or cohabiting partner, dependent children aged below 21 years, other dependent lineal relatives).
Lastly, from July 1, all restrictions on travel to Italy have also been lifted for foreign citizens residing in one of the following countries: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. In these cases, the reasons for traveling will no longer have to be provided. Passengers coming from these territories are still required to observe a 14-day quarantine period in self-isolation (see the exceptions on the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs website
Travel to and from non-EU and non-Schengen States and territories shall remain prohibited, except for proven work or study reasons, absolute urgency, or for health reasons. In any case, you are allowed to return to your home, domicile, or legal residence.
For more information see the dedicated section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website
or the site www.viaggiaresicuri.it
If I buy a plane ticket and the flight is cancelled or rescheduled, what should I do?
For any information regarding airline policies in case of cancellation or rescheduling, we advise you to contact the airline with which you booked your flight or visit its official website.
Can I carry a cabin bag with me?
Yes, respecting the indications provided by each airline. For specific information regarding the dimensions allowed for your hand baggage, please contact the airline with which you made the reservation.
Are there any social distancing measures and health checks at the airport?
Ensuring the safety of passengers has always been a priority for us. For this reason, we have put in place a series of measures to allow the stay in airport environments according to the parameters of health safety.
All arriving and departing passengers will also be subjected to a body temperature check through thermoscanners installed at the various access points to the terminal.
To help you maintain safe distances during your stay at the airport, we have provided clear visual indications in the areas of greatest presence, through floor signs, signage, and monitors.
We advise you to check-in online and follow the information available so that you can always keep a safe distance of at least one meter during all operations at the airport (check-in, transit, boarding, landing, baggage claim, security checks, etc.).
We invite you to listen to the repeated voice announcements and, if necessary, to contact the airport staff present, who will be able to assist you.
Is it necessary to wear masks and gloves inside the terminal?
It is mandatory to wear a protective mask upon arrival and for the duration of your stay at the terminal. The use of gloves is not mandatory.
We recommend (as indicated by the authorities) to have a sufficient number of masks based on the entire duration of your journey.
In case of need, you can buy masks in the airport pharmacy or at the vending machines located near doors 3 and 7.
Are hand sanitizing gel dispensers available inside the airport?
Yes, sanitizing liquid dispensers are installed in different areas of the terminal to allow passengers to sanitize their hands during their stay at the airport.
You can also buy sanitizing products at the airport pharmacy or at the vending machines located near doors 3 and 7.
What sanitation procedures are in place at the airport?
Important cleaning and disinfection activities of airport environments are carried out several times a day.
In addition, special equipment was acquired, such as hydrogen peroxide atomizers, for disinfection of the various areas of the terminal, which is carried out at night.
If I have a fever, can I still fly? What happens in case of suspected infection for a passenger (e.g. temperature above 37.5° C)?
In compliance with the regulations in force, people with respiratory infection characterized by fever (over 37.5° C) must remain at home, contacting their family doctor and refraining from any type of travel.
If a passenger is found to have a body temperature above 37.5 °C, he/she will be checked by the health authorities.
I am resident in Italy, can I come back from abroad?
Yes. Travel to and from abroad continues to be permitted to return to your home, domicile, or legal residence.