Milan-Linate "Enrico Forlanini" airport is the city airport of Milan, the third in the region in terms of traffic volume after Milan Malpensa e Bergamo Orio Al Serio, and is distinguished by a wide range of domestic and international, short- and medium-distance flights. It is located only 7 km from the center of Milan, making it easily accessible. It has a single terminal (Terminal 1) where airlines such as Alitalia, Air France, British Airways and EasyJet fly into. The main routes are those connecting Milan Linate to Rome-Fiumicino and Catania as far as Italy is concerned, beaten by frequent flyers, i.e., those who travel for business purposes, along with London, Dublin and Paris for Europe.
Milan Linate Airport is Italy's ninth largest airport by number of passengers. It was closed in 2019 for maintenance work (air traffic was shifted to Malpensa), but traffic volumes are still performing well, hovering around 8 million passengers annually. Half of the travelers are between the ages of 35 and 54, and 75% of them are Italians. People travel to Milan Linate mainly for work and business reasons, in fact as well as Milan Malpensa Milan Linate also offers convention and meeting space, the Linate Center, as well as a wide variety of stores, bars and restaurants, Wi-Fi, and Vip Lounge and Fast Track services.
It is possible to purchase specific advertising positions, such as backlit installations, or circuits of multiple linked digital advertising screens. Airport advertising involves different formats:
- Signage and billboards: prestigious, large-, medium-, and small-format images-even backlit ones-placed along the flows of busy airport areas such as balconies or baggage claim columns.
- Backlit plant: located particularly in the boarding area, especially between doors A17 and A21.
- Video systems: high resolution and high quality digital ledwalls placed in strategic areas (entrances, check-in and boarding) that can contain within them up to 6 different advertisements on air 18 hours a day (05.00 - 23.00) for 14 days.
- Display & hostess areas: highly visible protected areas in which to display cars, motorcycles, product and service showcases manned by thematically dressed staff.
At Spada Media Group, we ensure that each advertising campaign achieves its goals effectively. For optimal coverage, we suggest planning 30-day advertising campaigns, with a budget range from 10,000€ to 50,000€. These prices are subject to change depending on the placement of facilities and the area manned. Our goal is always to provide strategic advertising solutions that maximize brand visibility and reach the desired audience.
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