Milan is the second largest city in Italy, after Rome. Milan is served by Milan–Malpensa Airport, Linate Airport, and Il Caravaggio International Airport. Of these, Milan–Malpensa Airport handles the largest number of flights to and from international destinations.
Flights from Milan may start at the Milan-Malpensa Airport, which is 49 kilometers from central Milan and has two terminals. You may also fly from Milan Linate Airport, conveniently located just 7 kilometers from central Milan. Il Caravaggio International Airport, also known as the Milan-Bergamo Airport, is used by some budget airlines and is 45 kilometers northeast of Milan. Milan-Bergamo Airport is named after Caravaggio, the renowned Baroque painter.