Milan's main airport is found in Ferno, about 50km from the city centre. Terminal 1 is for intercontinental, international and domestic flights, while Terminal 2 is for charter flights and budget airlines.
Trenord's Malpensa Express train (www.malpensaexpress.it, (+39) 02 85 11 43 82) runs trains daily out of Terminal 1 to and from both Centrale and Cadorna railway stations. Trains bound for Centrale leave daily at 43 and 56 minutes past the hour, and take about 45 minutes. Trains to Cadorna occur 22 times daily, with stops along the way at Bovisa/Politecnico, Saronno and Busto Arsizio, and take about 30 minutes. Trains to Porta Garibaldi run 18 times daily with additional stops along the way. Tickets cost €12 one-way, €18 round-trip, and can be bought online or at the Trenord desks in the airport and at stations where the Malpensa Express stops. They cost more if purchased on board, and must be stamped in the machines, usually yellow, on the platform prior to boarding to avoid fines.
The Malpensa Shuttle bus (www.malpensashuttle.com, (+39) 03 31 25 84 11) departs every 20 minutes from 06:20 - 00:15 from Terminal 1, 10 minutes later from Terminal 2), and stops at Fiera Milanocity upon request en route to Centrale railway station. Tickets, which cost €10 one-way and €16 round-trip, can be bought in the airport arrivals hall, at most newsstands at Centrale railway station, and at the bus.
Autostradale's Malpensa Airport Bus Express (www.airportbusexpress.it, (+39) 02 240 7954) leaves every 20 minutes (06:00 - 00:30) takes about 50 minutes. Tickets cost €10 one-way and €16 round-trip, and can be purchased in the arrivals terminal at the airport, in piazza Luigi di Savoia by Centrale railway station, or on the bus.
Taxis between Malpensa and Milan have the fee set at €90, but ask to be sure. The journey takes about 45 minutes, more during rush hour.