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Milano Linate to Milano Centrale Question

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I am arriving Milano Linate at 10:30 am and need to catch a train from Milano Centrale to Bologna. The trains run at 11:30 (Never make it), 12:15, 12:35 (slow train), and 1:15. My flight's on-time performance is 85% with the longest delay in the past few months being 40 minutes.

I am a seasoned TrenItalia customer and have been to Milano Centrale (from Malpensa). I know Linate is rather close to Centrale, but never having been through that airport, I'm wondering if I'm giving myself enough time if I book the 12:15 train. I'm guessing that if I miss a shuttle (which takes about 20 minutes, I guess), I can always take a taxi to be on time.

Any thoughts on this, please?

Grazie mille,


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