Milano is the pulsing business heart of Italy. SEA Prime is the innovation-minded sole airport manager of the city’s two modern, fully equipped business and general aviation dedicated terminals and infrastructure: Milano Linate Prime and Milano Malpensa Prime.
When it comes to business, fine design, and fashion, no city can compare to Milano. This is why airborne access to the city is so important—both through Milano Linate Prime (seven kilometers from the city center) and Milano Malpensa Prime (the gateway to the western part of Lombardy and close to the border with Switzerland).
Managing both to the highest levels of service and quality and with the legendary Italian flair for style is SEA Prime’s mission. Since 2014, SEA Prime, part of the SEA Group, has substantially enhanced the airport experiences of business travelers going in and out of Milano, both through investments and dedicated partnerships. The 24/7 services provided include hangar, maintenance, concierge, lounges, fuel, tax refund, VIP transportation, and parking.
“We have been continuously investing in improving the capacities and facilities at Milano Linate Prime and we are now replicating our success story at Milano Malpensa Prime,” said Chiara Dorigotti, CEO and general manager of SEA Prime. “In our vision, Malpensa Prime is a complementary service to the one offered by Milano Prime in Linate; the latter, in fact, benefits from its nearness to the heart of the city, from which it is only 7 km, whilst, with Malpensa Prime, we can also serve passengers reaching Milano Malpensa with first- and business-class services.”
The new Milano Malpensa Prime Terminal, open 24 hours a day, stands in a dedicated area of the airport between Terminals 1 and 2 and has its own apron of ca 50,000 sqm in addition to the 5,000 sqm hangar, ready for the latest generation of executive jets. Its polyhedral structure, developed over a surface of approximately 1,400 sqm, is a gem standing amidst its surrounding territory and, thanks to its iconic form, finishing, and colors, it is recognizable both from the sky and the ground.
“Milano Malpensa Prime is a natural place for Linate traffic to go during the closure of Linate for runway refurbishment,” said Dorigotti. “Not only does it provide easy access to Milano and other locations in Italy and worldwide but it also connects to important tourist locations like Lake Como, Maggiore, and the mountains.”