Milan Linate Airport (ICAO: LIML, IATA: LIN) is Milan's third international airport and fifth busiest airport in Italy. Linate Airport is also known as City Airport, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. Milan Linate Airport boasts two runways and one terminal, with a separate lounge for business travellers. It's busiest day in 2018 was the 19th April with around 130 departures and arrivals across the airport.
Milan Linate Airport is located 11 km from the Italian city of Milan, and is the closest airport to the city at just a 30 minutes drive.
Top destinations for Milan Linate Airport include France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany and Spain. This is shown through its top airport pairs which include Rome Ciampino, Paris Le Bourget, Nice Cote d'Azur and Geneva. The most active private aircrafts include the Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, Dassault- Falcon 2000 and the Global Express. In an average year there are just under 20,000 movements at Milan Linate Airport, with around 9500 departures and arrivals each year. These are across 709 connected airports, 62 in Italy, 428 in Europe and 219 in the rest of the world.