Milan Linate is due to close at the end of this month for refurbishment works. The closure, scheduled to run from July 27th to October 27th, will see approximately 2.5m passengers and 30,000 flights diverted elsewhere.

Flights will, for the summer season, land at either Milan Malpensa (MXP) or at Milan Bergamo (BGY), both of which are considerably further from the city center.
Later this month, Milan Linate Airport will temporarily close. The closure is scheduled to begin July 27th, and continue through to October 27th, 2019. The closure is to allow for much-needed runway maintenance work.
The airport is managed by SEA Group, who also manage the airport at Malpensa (MXP). As well as repairs to the runway, during the closure the airport’s façade will be redesigned and various areas will be renewed.
The closure will affect flights on dominant carriers at the airport, which include Alitalia and easyJet, as well as Iberia, KLM, British Airways and Lufthansa.