The summer flight schedule will begin on Sunday, March 26, 2023, and end on Saturday, October 28. Munich Airport is offering many new destinations again this summer, as well as a new airline. Lufthansa, the biggest airline at Munich Airport, will start operating additional flight connections.
Munich Airport has received two awards at the prestigious World Airport Awards. At the prize ceremony held during Passenger Terminal EXPO in Amsterdam, Munich Airport was honored with the awards for Best Airport Staff in Europe and Best Airport in Central Europe.
With the increase of its cargo service between Munich and Doha from two to four weekly flights, Qatar Airways is doubling its capacity. All flights are operated on behalf of the logistics company DB Schenker.
No passenger flights at Munich Airport this Friday Munich Airport massively affected by ver.di strike.
Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) and Lufthansa are reaffirming and strengthening their successful strategic partnership. The two companies are now signing a letter of intent (LOI) to intensify and continue the sustainable development of Munich Airport.
A busy summer has gifted Munich Airport massive growth in all traffic figures in 2022: Passenger numbers rose by 19 million year on year to a total of 31.6 million.
Renovation work gets under way at Munich Airport’s Terminal 2: The central security checkpoint at Munich Airport’s Terminal 2 is being modernized and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, with completion scheduled for fall 2024. As a result, passengers of Lufthansa and its partner airlines will benefit from faster, more effective procedures and much greater convenience.
The official ceremony to announce the upcoming opening of the new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport in the US state of New Jersey marks a key milestone in the five-year history of the global Munich Airport International GmbH (MAI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Munich Airport.
The Munich Airport management officially opens this year's Christmas and Winter Market with a ribbon cutting ceremony. After a two-year break, Munich Airport is once again hosting its popular Christmas and winter market this year - traditionally in the München Airport Center (MAC) Forum, Europe's largest roofed open-air space.
Taiwanese airline EVA AIR is heading to Germany for the first time, offering four flights a week from Taipei to Munich. Flights to the Taiwanese metropolis will leave from Munich on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. A modern Dreamliner – the long-haul aircraft Boeing 787-9 – will be used.
With the start of the winter flight schedule, the Greek airline SKY express is expanding the range of flights between Munich and Athens. The airline will fly five times a week to its hub in the Greek capital. From there, passengers can easily reach a total of 34 connecting destinations in Greece with SKY express.
Passenger controls in Munich are already among the best in Germany. To make them even better, a new service is being launched: with the new “Express Queue” reservation system, Munich Airport aims to manage passenger flows ahead of security checkpoints in Terminal 1 more effectively, thus reducing waiting times.
Along with the clock change, the new winter flight schedule will begin at Munich Airport. It will take effect on Sunday, October 30, 2022, and last until Saturday, March 25, 2023.
Europe's first airport brewery Airbräu is known and popular beyond all borders. Following years of tradition, the Oktoberfest – also called Wiesn’ - is celebrated here as well in a proper way. In a cozy atmosphere, hearty delicacies are once again served and various musical acts provide the right "Oktoberfest atmosphere", just like on the original festival grounds.
Passengers are not the only ones returning to the large open-air forum of Munich Airport Center; popular events are also making a comeback after two years of absence due to corona.