I just remembered that Milan has two airports and Easyjet goes to Linate from Paris (Orly) not Malpensa.
from the web:
To and From Linate
Linate can be reached by taxi (fare approx. 15 Euro) or by bus number 73 which leaves from P.za S.Babila every 10 minutes during the day (fare 1 Euro). A private bus line departs every 20 minutes for Linate from the Milano Centrale train station (fare 3 Euro). Travel time by taxi is about 15 minutes, by bus half an hour. In the area around Linate, there are several hotels with a shuttle buses.
To and From Lugano
The Swiss airport at Lugano, some 70 km (43 miles) from Milano, is not subject to Milano's dense winter fogs and the strikes which plague Italian airports, making it very attractive to commercial travellers from Milano, Como, Varese and Novara. Lugano is connected to Milano, by the international railway line Gottardo, leaving Milano's Stazione Centrale hourly. The journey takes one hour and 20 minutes. Arrivals at the Lugano station can proceed to the airport by taxi, in about 10 minutes. A hotel with pool is located inside the terminal and is open year-round. The airport houses Duty Free shops, a bank and a Restaurant/Bar which provides outdoor seating in summer months.
Here is a good site for people that had a conference in Como. Looks like a taxi from Linate to Como runs 90euro (Lugano a bit farther), bus/train much cheaper. Taxi maybe will not go from Milan to Switzerland?