The city of Milan has three international airports viz. Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio. Linate Airport is the oldest airport that lies within the city limits. Almost all short-haul international flights like Air Berlin, British Airways, Air France, Easy Jet and Swiss Airlines operate from here. Orio al Serio, on the other hand, serves only the low-cost traffic of Milan. Malpensa International Airport is served by a host of international airlines such as Aeroflot, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Air Europa, Jet Airways and British Airways. The airport is connected to many major cities in the world like Toronto, London, Delhi, Beijing, and Moscow.