Milan Malpensa Airport Parking

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Best Price (7 Days)

23,00 €


  • Unbeatable Prices
  • Guaranteed Parking Space
  • Shuttle Bus Transfers or Meet and Greet Service
  • Secure and reliable

About Milan Malpensa airport parking

ParkVia offers various alternative Milan Malpensa airport parking options that are secure, reliable and also low cost. All the car parks are CCTV monitored which means that your vehicle will be monitored 24 hours a day. Depending on the type of service you are after, you can also choose between open-air and undercover parking spaces.

The advertised car parks on our website, for Milan Malpensa airport parking are ideally situated within minutes away from the airport and have shuttle bus transfer service operating to and from the airport. Alternatively, some car parks offer a Meet and Greet Service where customers drop off and pick up their vehicle directly at the airport terminal.

In some cases, it is also possible to book extra services such as car servicing and tyre checking service. Pre-booking Malpensa airport parking will allow you to make sure you secure your parking space and also help you save time and money. The booking process is simple and if you need any help, you can visit our "How to book" page.

Milan Malpensa airport information

Malpensa airport parking

Malpensa Airport is not only northern Italy's main airport but is the nation's second most important airport after Rome Fiumicino Airport. It consists of two passenger terminals which are 7 kilometres apart from each other. Terminal 1 is divided into 3 sections and handles the majority of passengers flying from Malpensa airport.

Milan Malpensa Airport is the largest airport of Milan and is also known as 'City of Milan Airport'. It consists of two terminals which serve domestic, international and intercontinental flights operated by major airlines worldwide. It serves as a hub for long-haul flights and low-cost carriers.

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