Tourists visit Milan for fine dining, high fashion, forward-thinking culture and history. The city has three airports situated around the city, where Milan to London flights leave regularly. Although Linate is the closest to the centre of Milan, most passengers travel from the main airport of Malpensa, which is situated further away but is much bigger and one of the busiest airports in Italy. Malpensa is also the oldest airport in Milan, dating back to 1909. Linate is mostly used for domestic flights but does operate some European and intercontinental flights as well. Bergamo Airport (otherwise known as Orio Al Serio Airport) is a new airport which caters to mainly low-cost airlines.