Milan's national airport is located in Segrate, about 7km from the city centre. It handles domestic and continental flights. There is no train connection into Milan from Linate, but the ATM bus 73 (05:35 - 00:35) leaves every 10 minutes daily from the airport and San Babila metro station, and the X73 (07:00 - 20:00) leaves every 20 minutes on weekdays. Travel time is approximately 25 minutes, but keep in mind that rush-hour traffic could push this to 40 minutes. An ordinary €1.50 city bus ticket is valid for the service. Starfly services (tel. (+39) 02 58 58 72 37) leave Linate every 30 minutes for Centrale railway station (07:45 - 22:45), with a stop on the way at Lambrate railway station. Tickets cost €5 one-way, €10 round-trip, and must be bought from the driver upon boarding.
As Linate is not far outside of town, taxis to or from the airport generally cost €20-25 if the cab runs via a meter. Fixed price taxis are €50; be sure to verify which one you take to avoid being overcharged if your journey is on the shorter end.