Malpensa Airport, Malpensa 2000 Airport - FERNO (Varese)
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Milan Malpensa airport is the largest airport serving Milan. With more than 1.2 million passengers passing through in January 2016 alone, it’s a key hub for both long-haul flights and budget carriers. At just under an hour’s drive from Milan, hiring a car is the most convenient way to travel.
Hertz Car Rental has been serving its customers for over 90 years, helping them to hire quality vehicles for their journeys. The Hertz Car Rental branch at Milan Malpensa airport is located in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1 so that you can collect your car soon after disembarking your flight.
About the airport
Milan Malpensa airport was named Best Airport in Europe (serving between 10 and 25 million passengers) at the 2015 ACI Europe Best Airport Awards. This is after ongoing renovations over the last few years that have seen the airport expanded and improved.
The two-runway airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is the largest and is predominantly used for international and intercontinental travel. Terminal 2, meanwhile, is dominated by the low-cost airlines. The two terminals are connected by a shuttle service running every 20 minutes, and they have all the facilities you would expect from a major airport. As Milan is known for its place on the fashion map, there are also a large number of designer retailers to choose from.
The Milan Malpensa Hertz branch is located in Terminal 1 on the Arrivals concourse. The branch is open seven days a week from 7.30am until midnight and an out of hours drop off service is available for your convenience.
You must be 25 years of age to rent a car in Italy, although this can be reduced to 23 on payment of a young driver surcharge. When you come to collect your car you must bring with you a full and valid driving licence as well as the appropriate International Driving Permit (IDP) where applicable. Italian citizens holding an EU driving license must also show their national identity card as proof of address. A valid passport is also required from renters, as is a credit or debit card.
• Please check before traveling if your journey will be affected by laws that require your vehicle to be fitted with snow chains or winter tires: www.poliziadistato.it. In relevant locations, vehicles are equipped with snow chains with the price included via a "Winterization Fee". If you bring your own snow chains or will not be driving on roads subject to this requirement, you may decline the equipment and fee by signing the appropriate release form.
Visitors to Italy are only allowed to drive hire vehicles with the appropriate insurance and a full license. More information on driving in Italy.
Italy is famed for its love affair with cars and less than an hour from the airport is the Autodrome Nazionale Monza, home of the Italian Grand Prix, while the Museo Storicio Alfa Romeo is just half an hour an hour away. The museum has recently been renovated and shows off the prestigious history of the iconic Italian car.