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Milano Linate Airport is an international airport of Milan, the second-biggest city of Italy, along with Malpensa Airport and Milan-Bergamo Airport. It served 9,031,855 passengers in 2014〔 and is used as a base by Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner.
Due to the political will of the Region of Lombardy and the Italian Government to increase the use of Malpensa Airport, despite Linate's closer proximity to the centre of Milan – only east of the city centre,〔 compared with Malpensa, which is northwest of the city centre – its capacity has been reduced by law from 32 slots by hour (technical capacity) down to 22 slots by hour (politically decided capacity) and only domestic or international flights within the EU have been allowed since 2001.
The airport was built next to Idroscalo of Milan in the 1930s when Taliedo Airport (located from the southern border of Milan), and one of the world's first aerodromes and airports, became too small for commercial traffic. Linate was completely rebuilt in the 1950s and again in the 1980s.
Its name comes from the small village where it is located in the town of Peschiera Borromeo. Its official name is ''Airport Enrico Forlanini'', after the Italian inventor and aeronautical pioneer born in Milan. Linate airport buildings are located in the Segrate Municipality, and the field is located for a large part in the Peschiera Borromeo Municipality.
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