The airport was rebuilt, as always, faithfully respecting the Jeppse Chartsn's, AIP Italia and personal knowledge of the site. There a...
The airport was rebuilt, as always, faithfully respecting the Jeppse Chartsn's, AIP Italia and personal knowledge of the site.
There are about 200 parking spaces between Gates and Stands, for Medium, Large and Heavy aircraft.
Each stand has all the ground services working.
Taxiway, horizontal signs (including airport’s road) and vertical signs have been meticulously reproduced.
The airport’s buildings as T1, T2, Cargos, Hangars, Fire Brigates and others has also been faithfully recreated, also with the collaboration of Dimitri Venezia (THANKS SO MUCH).
The whole of the work done to create this airport makes the experience on it extremely realistic.
Milan - Malpensa Airport (IATA: MXP, ICAO: LIMC) is an Italian intercontinental airport located in the municipalities of Somma Lombardo (Terminal 2) and Ferno (Terminal 1) in the province of Varese, historically an area of the Upper Milanese; is the main airport managed by the municipality of Milan.
It is the second Italian airport for passenger traffic after the Rome-Fiumicino Airport and several airlines are based there, such as EasyJet, Blue Panorama Airlines, Ryanair; it is the hub for the cargo airline Cargolux Italia and the passenger company Neos.
It is managed by the Società Esercizi Aeroportuali (SEA).
In 2019 about 30 million passengers and 560,000 tons of goods passed through Malpensa, confirming it as the first airport in Italy for freight traffic and second airport in Italy for passenger traffic.
The airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 is used by scheduled, charter and low cost flights, with the exception of the EasyJet company which instead uses Terminal 2 exclusively.