Covid Testing at Milan Linate Airport

Milan Linate Airport is an airport serving the city of Milan in Italy. Find out if you can get rapid or PCR Coronavirus test at this airport.

Covid Test Centre at Milan Linate Airport

Milano Linate Airport

Viale Enrico Forlanini, 20090 Segrate MI, Italy

0 km Distant

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Covid Test Centres close to Milan Linate Airport


Via Francesco Baracca, 4, 20054 Segrate MI, Italia

1 km Distant

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Azienda Farmacie Milanesi Spa n. 1

Via del Liri, 1, 20138 Milano MI, Italia

1.3 km Distant

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Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 34, 20097 San Donato Milanese MI, Italia

1.6 km Distant

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Covid Test centres in Milano

Starting from Friday, August 21, Coronavirus nasal swab testing is available for passengers arriving in Milano Linate Airport from Malta, Spain, Croatia, and Greece. Passengers arriving from one of the above-mentioned countries may undergo a nasal swab test at Linate Airport. The service - coordinated by Milan ATS in collaboration with Policlinico Gruppo San Donato - is free of charges and does not require any reservation.

Airport Information

Milan Linate Airport (IATA: LIN) is the third international airport of Milan, the second-largest city and largest urban area of Italy, behind Malpensa Airport and Orio al Serio Airport. It served 9,233,475 passengers in 2018, being the fifth busiest airport in Italy, and is used as a hub for Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner.

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FAQs on Coronavirus testing

Which Coronavirus test are accepted by airlines?

Molecular (PCR) tests are typically accepted by airlines, but more and more frequently are also accepted antigen test results. Usually, it is required that the test has not been done before 48 hours from the date of the flight. For more details, we recommend you check with your airline and the official information of the destination country. The result must be available even for international travel, in English and/or in the country's language where you are going.

Do I still need to quarantine in Italy despite having a negative test result?

Depending on the country from which/to which you are travelling, you may be required to comply with a quarantine period of isolation, even in the case in which the result of a test by Covid-19 is negative. Please visit the website of the country where you are going.

What is Italy’s Green Pass for travel or the EU's COVID travel pass?

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC), is a document that allows people to travel to/from all 27 member states of the European Union.

A Digital Green Certificate is a digital (and if requested also a paper) proof that a person has either

  • been vaccinated against COVID-19; or
  • received a negative test result; or
  • recovered from COVID-19

The pass is issued by hospitals, test centres, health authorities etc. It consists of information about the individual and their vaccination/test/COVID recovery. The digital version consists of this information and a QR code stored on the individual's mobile phone.

The certificates should be rolled out for issuance and verification by summer 2021.

More information is available on the EU's website

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