Flights from Dublin to Milan Malpensa
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Flight information Dublin to Milan Malpensa
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Average flight time, total distance 1382 kilometres
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This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Milan Malpensa
Aer Lingus fly direct from Dublin to Milan Malpensa.
Terminal Information - Departing
Aer Lingus depart from Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. This is the newer, smaller terminal of the two in Dublin Airport. It’s easy to reach Terminal 2 via the drop off zone outside the entrance, or using the walkway from Terminal 1.
There are plenty of places to relax in Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, especially if you’re looking for a lounge. For just €19.95, you can access the lounge for 3 hours, with access to free drinks, snacks, Wifi and plenty of places to work. Free Wifi is available in all of Dublin Airport, and there are also printers and internet kiosks should you need them.
If you’re looking for duty free, you won’t be disappointed in Terminal 2’s shopping choices either. Swing by LK Bennett, Tommy Hilfiger, House of Ireland or The Loop for some last minute retail therapy.
Grab some breakfast, lunch or dinner whilst you’re here too – there’s plenty of choice before and after security. If you dine prior to security, you can choose from GBK, Diep or the Oak Café Bar, whereas afterwards there’s a Butler’s Chocolate Lounge, Flutes and Lavazza Café – amongst many more.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Milan Malpensa is the main, international airport for the city of Milan, but there is also a smaller one – Linate. There’s a café on arrival in Milan Malpensa, as well as free Wifi and public transport into the city centre. If you’re going skiing, it’s a good idea to have your transfers to the Alps booked before you arrive. There are several car hire offices in Milan Malpensa too – book your rental on Skyscanner to save money when you buy.
It’s easy to reach the city from Milan Malpensa’s main terminal with the Malpensa Express train. The station is on the ground floor of Terminal 1. These trains run twice an hour, and you can book tickets online.
You need to arrive at least 2 hours prior to your flight from Dublin to Milan.
Milan is one hour behind Dublin.
Ensure all your liquids are kept under 100ml for security, and stowed inside a plastic bag.
You will not need a visa for Italy, but you will need to carry your passport.
What to expect in Milan
Milan is marginally cheaper than Dublin, consumer prices tend to be between 10% and 20% cheaper than they are in Ireland. Coffees cost €1, especially if you stand at the bar (don’t sit!). Entry to the attractions vary wildly – seeing the Duomo will cost you nothing, but seeing the city on a bike tour will cost more than €35.
Milan Malpensa is also one of the best airports for reaching Lake Como. Check out our favourite things to do in Milan.
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