Milan-Linate airport is open
Full operation after three months of work - VIDEO
From today the full operation of the Milan-Linate airport resumes, entitled " Enrico Forlanini", which reopened from October 26th with the landing of the first Alitalia flight from Rome. The plane was "inaugurated", as is the tradition, with the water cannon from the fire brigade fire trucks. The airport reopened after three months for renovations and refurbishment.
Also present was the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala and the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Paola De Micheli.
The first take-off took place on Sunday morning with a Lufthansa flight to Frankfurt. Among the changes, the remaking of the runway, the construction of a new tunnel and the use of cutting-edge systems such as the X-ray machine which carries out a real "TAC" for the passengers' luggage and then reconstructs the contents of the baggage in 3D.
Below, a video with the first aircraft landed in the Milan-Linate airport:
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency