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I last doubt on the same sentence.
I just want to summarize the use of "leave".

We are leaving Turin at ...
We are leaving for Malpensa Airport at ....

The verb "to leave" can be followed by "from", "for" or the place. Is it OK?

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    Yes, you can say "leave from" and "leave for" --

    I'm leaving from Palm Springs airport at 1:50 pm next Tuesday.

    We'll be leaving for the grocery store in an hour.

    (Or any leaving point or destination...)

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