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Car rental Milan Linate airport

Linate Airport (IATA: LIN, ICAO: LIML), originally named Airport Enrico Forlanini after the Italian aviation pioneer, is one of the three airports of Milan, together with Milan Malpensa Airport and Orio al Serio Airport. Located about 8 kilometers east southeast of Milan, it is closer to the city compared to Malpensa airport. It is mainly used for domestic and short distance international flights, handling about 8 million passengers per year. Airlines serving at the airport include Aer Lingus with flights to Cork, Dublin, Air France to Paris-Charles de Gaulle, British Airways to London Heathrow, Lufthanssa to Berlin, Frankfurt, TAP Portugal to Lisbon and more.

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Car rental at Linate airport is as popular as that at Malpensa Airport for tourists travelling in Milan. Despite the city's large popularity as a tourist destination, the rates of car rental at Linate airport are quite reasonable. It is convenient to rent a car at Linate airport and drive to the city within a short time, as the airport is well connected with Milan and other places in Italy. When driving back to the airport in a rental car, you can take Via XXII Marzo and the Viale Corsica to the eastern part of the ring road around the city (Tangenziale Est), where the exit ‘Linate' is clearly signposted. There are several companies offering car rental at Milan Linate airport, including Auto Europa, Avis, EasyCar, Europcar, Hertz, Maggiore/National, Sixt, Thrifty-Italy by Car. The car hire counters are located in the Arrivals Hall. It is wise to rent a car at Milan Linate airport prior to your trip for a better rate and abundant availability. You can book a rental car from international car hire broker holidaycars.com, which offers you easy comparison on rates, conditions and options in a clear product overview.

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Milan Linate International Airport
20090 Milan Linate
Italy

Airport codes

IATA airport code: LIN
ICAO airport code: LIML
Tips and experiences for Milan Linate airport

Our customers rated Milan Linate airport with an average of 8.7 based on 21 ratings, and these are the most recent tips, experiences and highlights.

05-08-2019
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Double check everything, twice! Avoid B Rental. Be suspicious when a booking takes 3 days to be confirmed. Don't punch the nasty rental people, it's just not worth it. Use slightly more expensive and more reputable companies. Don't expect to win the competition for free rental after commenting on a bad experience like this.
18-07-2019
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Drop off your passengers first. Then return your rental vehicle. Don’t be afraid to double park— everyone seems to... be careful backing out of spots. Drivers don’t stop!
18-04-2019
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Make sure you have a GPS to navigate from airport. Also there is a Petrol station just 2 minutes from airport on the airport on the right hand side. Be careful when driving in Italy as cars and motorbikes takes over on both sides and sometimes they drive through the emergency lane.
03-04-2019
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Linate is the best location to rent from if you're taking a trip in north or north east italy. Its a smaller airport so easy to get in and out of without too much confusion. Theres also a petrol station next to the car drop-off area so no hunting for one required!
21-03-2019
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Great treatment of family group at security.
09-09-2018
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When renting a satnav check both the language and importantly the units in which the speed limits are displayed, before leaving the rental parking bay. Take a small torch with you to check for existing scratches and damage match the record sheet as the parking bay area is poorly lit. Set a route on your satnav to avoid the area around Monza when the Italian GP has just finished. Make a note of the location of the nearest gas station on the return side of the road when leaving the airport. On the 1st day schools return after summer hols be especially vigilant of speed limits near schools. We observed several police radar traps on school approach roads. Make sure you know where the controls for the lights etc. are before it gets dark, while you are driving.
19-01-2018
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We always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong. Patience is extremely important when traveling! About a week or so before each trip, I make a mental list of items I don’t want to forget — which I WILL forget if I don’t write them down. I’ve learned that when I think of something, I need to write it down. A simple “Please,” “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry” in the local language goes a long way. I also like to learn the word for beer, but that’s just me. Stay Hydrated on Planes I know it’s fun to get drunk at 30,000 feet, but it’s also much easier to get dehydrated. Staying hydrated — especially on long-haul flights — makes it easier to get over jet lag too. Put your room number & hotel address in your phone. Don’t keep all of your cash and cards in one spot. I usually hide some cash and a back up credit/bank card in a separate bag — not the same bag as my wallet.
06-01-2018
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Very close and well connected with the city center
09-03-2017
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Go to Champoluc for the skiing.
20-01-2017
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skiing in Monterosa very good
08-01-2017
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stop by at forma photo and hangarbiccocca exibitions, you won't regret.
06-12-2016
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Book with the service who gives proper, correct and transparent information.
02-08-2016
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If you are from North America, avoid driving in the city center. It is a bit crazy there. :)
07-07-2016
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We stay on Lake Iseo which is a little drive away so can't comment on Milan specifically. Although Italy is one of my favorite destinations and I'd certainly recommend a visit to anyone.
04-07-2016
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Italian Lakes; Como, Iseo.
12-06-2016
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take the transit and subway system to get around in Milan
07-06-2016
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Get out of the city and head to the lakes
04-02-2016
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If you travel during a winter - check that winter tires is present.
06-01-2016
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use Linate airport an not Malpensa airport: Linate is really close to the city.
31-12-2015
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It's very easy with the GPS. Be careful because Milan is very foggy
22-11-2015
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Il duomo. Via Spiga. Galeria Vitorio Emanuele.