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Taxi Milan Malpensa 1-3 person: 80 euro
Taxi Malpensa Milan 1-3 person: 80 Euro (Year 2016)
Taxi Milan Malpensa 4-6 person: 90 euro
Taxi Malpensa Milan 4-6 person: 90 Euro (Year 2016)
If you got to this page through Google it’s pretty sure you’re looking for a Malpensa Milano taxi to get to the airport or to take you into the city.
The good news is you’ve landed in the right place!
We’ve got years of experience running taxi services connecting all the
major northern Italian airports with Milan and vice-versa, picking up our
customers from the airport or directly from their homes or hotels.
All we ask is a few minutes of your time to read this page so we can let you know why you should choose us and not waste time looking for anyone else.
Our Malpensa Milan taxi service is fast, efficient and has a fixed rate of 80 euro for up to three passengers, going up to 90 euro if there’s more than three of you. The charge is all-inclusive (fuel and highway tolls), and we only operate Mercedes vehicles with high level comfort and class.
Want to book a Malpensa Milan taxi? Waste no time and call us right now, we’re here ready to take you booking and have a taxi on its way to you in just a couple of minutes!
Still not convinced we’re the right choice for your airport transport needs? Just read on: we’ll give you some more good reasons to choose us.
First we should introduce ourselves and tell you a bit of our story. The Malpensa Milan taxi service was founded by a team of professionals who know all too well about Milan’s traffic and the problems you can have getting to the airport. That’s why they decided to establish an efficient, convenient service for the thousands of passengers transiting through the airport every day.
Milan Malpensa is Northern Italy’s second largest airport and the major northern Italian hub for all the largest international airlines. Over recent years it has seen a significant increase in passenger numbers travelling to and from every corner of the globe.
Malpensa airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 for the major
international airlines, and Terminal 2 for low-cost flights.