Malpensa Aeroporto railway station is linked to Milan Cadorna Station (connection with Milan's subway's Line M2 (Green) and Line M1 (Red), and the Suburban
and the Regional Railway Service) by the Malpensa Express, with intermediate stops at Busto Arsizio FNM, Saronno Centrale (connection with regional trains bound
for Varese and Como) and Milano Bovisa (connection with the Passante track of the suburban railways). Malpensa Express arrives at the Terminal 1, an additional
bus travel is required to reach Terminal 2. Journey time is 29 minutes for non-stop services and 34 minutes for services calling at Busto Arsizio, Saronno and
A second Express service to Milan Central Station began with the winter rail schedule change (13 December 2010). There is a train every 30 minutes, also
stopping at Milan Porta Garibaldi station; journey time is 41 minutes. During rush hours, services also call at Milano Bovisa station and Saronno Centrale; for
these services journey time is 47 minutes.
Two daily High Speed (Alta Velocità) services linked Milan Malpensa's railway station, to Florence and Naples. As of October 2012,
the service was terminated. Suburban Line S10 (Milano Rogoredo-Milano Bovisa) was running to Malpensa since June 2010. As of October 2012, the service was
terminated. There is also a shuttle connection between Malpensa Airport railway
station and Busto Arsizio FS. From here there are connections with Milan's railway stations of Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi.
The Malpensa – Varese – Mendrisio (CH) – Lugano (CH) line is being built and was finished in 2012. There are future plans also to connect Gallarate Station (FS)
and Milan's Centrale Station (FS) allowing for easy connections onto high-speed international lines.
Malpensa Shuttle and Malpensa Bus Express connect the airport to Milan Central Station (Trenitalia's National Railway hub) and the metro. Stops at the Milan
Fair are provided on request. Travel time is about an hour (longer during heavy traffic).
A free shuttle bus links Terminal 1 & 2 every 7 minutes 24 hours a day, within the airport. Travel time to go from one terminal to the other is about 15
Malpensa is also connected by bus to Linate Airport and to various cities in northern Italy with Lufthansa Airport Bus(like Turin, Novara, Como, Varese, Bergamo
and Brescia) and Switzerland.
Since February 2010, Lufthansa Airport Bus, in partnership with Autostrade SpA, connects Milan Central Station, with Terminal 1 & 2, with stops in Fieramilanocity
and Milan Fair – Rho/Pero on request, every 20 minutes. Furthermore this new service links the Airport with the nearby Lombard provinces of Varese, Como, Bergamo and
Brescia, those of Alessandria, Novara and Turin in Piedmont, Genoa in Liguria and also Bellinzona, Chiasso and Lugano in Switzerland. For these destinations passengers
can also enjoy an additional limousine transfer service with high-end car or minibus (max. 8 people) bookable until midnight.
Taxis are available at the Arrivals of Terminal 1 & 2