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SEA Prime improves facilities at Linate and Malpensa
It's all-go for SEA Prime at Milan Malpensa and Linate: a new executive terminal is being added at Malpensa, while the lounges at Linate will be upgraded later this year, representing a 300 sqm expansion.
Ambience and comfort are the priorities for the new lounges, with plenty of natural light.

SEA Prime, which manages the business aviation infrastructure of Milan Linate and Malpensa airports with Milano Prime, closed 2018 by posting growth of 2.5 per cent and 26,000 movements. For 2019, it is preparing to launch a new project: the June opening of a terminal dedicated to business and general aviation at Milan Malpensa.

Milan Malpensa Prime, which already manages a 5,000 sqm hangar, will develop the terminal over a surface area of approximately 1,400 sqm in a dedicated area of the airport. The polyhedron-shaped 'gem' facility will include common areas and private lounges, designed to welcome passengers and crew as they arrive and depart. Direct access will also be on offer, with dedicated security filters and controls.

“The opening of the new Malpensa Prime terminal represents a great opportunity not only for our business, but for the entire territory where it is located," states SEA Prime general manager Chiara Dorigotti. “Together with Milan Linate Prime, just seven kilometres from the city centre, it will provide a second access route to the heart of northern Italy and Europe, with premium services offered directly or with our partners.”

Upgraded lounges at Milan Linate Prime are also expected to open this year, measuring approximately 300 sqm. Investments at the Milano Linate Prime terminal are slated to continue into 2020, with the construction of new hangars.

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