Lombardy, Italy

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Milan Malpensa Airport

Milan Malpensa Airport is the largest international airport in northern Italy, serving Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria, as well as the Swiss Canton of Ticino. The airport is 49 kilometres northwest of Milan, next to the Ticino river dividing Lombardy and Piedmont.

In 2022, Malpensa Airport handled 21.3 million passengers and was the 23rd busiest airport in Europe in terms of passengers and 2nd busiest airport in Italy in terms of passengers after Rome Fiumicino Airport, and the busiest in Italy for freight and cargo, handling 721.254 tons of international freight annually.

Malpensa airport is 9th in the world and 6th in Europe for the number of countries served with direct scheduled flights.

Together with Linate Airport and Orio al Serio Airport, it forms the Milan airport system with 42,2 million passengers in 2022, the largest airport system in Italy by number of passengers.

The airport was opened in 1909 by Giovanni Agusta and Gianni Caproni to test their aircraft prototypes, before switching to civil operation in 1948.

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Pista ben tenuta

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Here I learned to fly !!

Everyone already knows the definition by which a "good landing" is one after which you can leave the plane on its own legs. But few know the definition of "big landing": and one after which you can use the plane another time.

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the new radio frequency is 119.655

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northen Italy hub

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This is quite far from the city of Roverbella - would the Avioportolano be mistaken?

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Great Guys

I flew a little cessna in there on New Years day..2015...my front Oleo had collapsed...two guys arrived...I think they were merry with new year wine...they fixed my oleo with rope...they gave me fuel....they gave me a bottle of wine to take with me....they put in my flight plan to fly to France...BUT...it never arrived and when I got to France the airport was closed..I landed but had to climb the wall to get out..police arrived..I got locked up for a couple of hours but the guard was drunk..( new years day) ..he let me go...

I must thank those two Italian guys, they were really helpful and such good people....Thank you,whoever you were....

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World record

The oldest seaplane organization is Aero Club Como , wich was established on 6 April 1930 in Como , Italy .

The club also operates the oldest seaplane school , as verified on 6 August 2013.


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The frequency of CREMONA RADIO is 119.650. QFU 11-29 the traffic circuit pattern is standard SX 11 SX 29. During the weekend there is an intensive parachuting activity. NO LANDING FEES. AVGAS and MOGAS available (anyway contact the local aeroclub for further information). there is also a good restaurant

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The frequency is 130.00 the callsign is Calvisano Radio. The field is close from Monday to Friday because it is in Ghedi Military ATZ

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The name of CTR is change now is Verona APP and the frequency is 135.90

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In 2014 I had one of my all-time best meals at the nearby "Il Pilota" restaurant.

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Zombie airport

This is a big but empty airport

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Contact info

Via Baracca, 2

27055 Rivanazzano (PV)

Tel. +39 0383 91500

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