The airport system of Milano is well connected with the rest of the world. There are three airports (Milano Linate, LIN; Milano Malpensa, MXP and Bergamo Orio al Serio, BGY), all within one hour by bus. The latter one is used mainly by low cost flights.
In winter 2016 about 70 countries and 160 airports have direct connections with Milano. 69 Airlines operate in Malpensa, 20 in Linate and 10 in Orio al Serio.
Furthermore a modern train system links the town of Milano with several European cities: there are direct trains to Marseille, Lyon, Paris, Geneva, Basel, Zürich, Münich, Wien and additional connections are available.
Milano Malpensa (http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/), the most important International airport in northern Italy, is located 48 Km north-west of Milan and can be easily reached by public transportion (bus and rail services).
MalpensaExpress (http://www.malpensaexpress.it): Rail connections from Piazza Cadorna Station and Milan Central Station to Malpensa airport. 41 trains, one every 30 minutes in both directions.
It is connected by bus to the Milan Central Station (http://www.malpensashuttle.it) one every 20 minutes in both directions.
Milano Linate (http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/), is located just 7 km from Milan city centre. It is connected to Milan City (piazza S.Babila) by bus n.73, one every 10 minutes (http://www.atm-mi.it).
Milan Orio al Serio airport(http://www.sacbo.it) is located 45 km from Milan city center. It is connected by bus (http://www.orioshuttle.com) to the Milan Central Station, one every 30 minutes in both directions.