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Malpensa First Class Lounges

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  1. John Strock

    I’m travelling from Milan to NYC on a business class ticket. Since AA doesn’t have an Admirals Club at Malpensa, I’ve been told that I’m eligible to enter the viamilano lounge, operated by SEA NETWORK. Does anybody have any experience with that lounge…or that airport for that matter. This is my first time in Milan, and would like to know if anybody has any advice…or warnings.

  2. Anonymous

    Ah, so “ViaMilano” isn’t one lounge, but rather a group of them. The actual lounge you’ll use is the [I]Montale[/I] lounge, which is convenient to the AA gate.

    It’s nice, with lovely tarmac views, a good amount of seating. Perfectly serviceable. The only complaint was that the outlets were positioned in such a way that I couldn’t recharge my camera battery, hence why I didn’t review it.

    The Milan airport is easy, but the distances are long. I think it took me about 20 minutes from getting off the train to getting to the lounge, without checked bags or needing a boarding pass printed.

  3. John Strock

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 29152, member: 7″]Ah, so “ViaMilano” isn’t one lounge, but rather a group of them. The actual lounge you’ll use is the [I]Montale[/I] lounge, which is convenient to the AA gate.

    It’s nice, with lovely tarmac views, a good amount of seating. Perfectly serviceable. The only complaint was that the outlets were positioned in such a way that I couldn’t recharge my camera battery, hence why I didn’t review it.

    The Milan airport is easy, but the distances are long. I think it took me about 20 minutes from getting off the train to getting to the lounge, without checked bags or needing a boarding pass printed.[/QUOTE]
    Thank you, Tiffany. You always have the perfect answer for all my questions. Grazie.

  4. Rob in Miami

    Just returned from MXP yesterday on AA 207 (MIA). The flight to NYC was just ahead of us on departure time. That AA Lounge (Montage …. forget the name but Tiffany had it correctly stated) is not “that” close to the AA gates in T1. We departed out of gate B1 in Terminal 1. The lounge was about a 10 minute walk to the gate – BUT – there is passport control point along the way that slowed me down by another 15 minutes. At 10am there were about 75 people in the non-EU line. Fortunately, they made an announcement in the Lounge saying that the MIA flight was ready for boarding. When I arrived at gate, they were just a few minutes from boarding- so it all worked perfectly.

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