With planned runway and terminal constructions, LIML/Milan Linate will be closing from July 27, 2019 until October 27, 2019. Work has already begun with Assoclearance (slot coordination) to work out summer schedules.
Today, September 20, a coordination meeting will take place to clarify the slot allocation process for S19. Following this, a September 25th meeting at Linate will be held to discuss the operational impact of the closure.
Milan Linate handled over nine million passengers in 2017, so a large portion of this traffic will now have to operate through LIMC/Milan Malpensa, which already stands as the second busiest airport in Italy, handling over 22 million passengers in 2017.
We’ll have more information after both the slot and operations meetings this coming week.
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