Milan - Linate Airport (IATA: LIN, ICAO: LIML), is dedicated to Enrico Forlanini, and is the seventh Italian airport for passenger traffic. It accommodates national and European short-haul traffic.
Since Milan is the central pole of the Italian national economy, Linate's general aviation is frequented by many entrepreneurs, builders and show business people. Civil aviation, on the other hand, is characterized by the famous Roma-Milano Shuttle route, domestic flights to and from all Italy and other European destinations.
Rising in the Po Valley, Linate is characterized by the presence of fog. For this reason Linate presents CAT2 and CAT3 approaches as well as an important lighting system for the runway and taxiways.