Construction projects at Munich Airport

Building the airport's future 

Since it opened in 1992, Munich Airport has expanded rapidly – and the journey continues: Visitors to the airport these days are greeted by the sight of busy work crews, excavation equipment and cranes.

On the AirSite West site, the first buildings at the future LabCampus innovation center are going up. For access to the site, a new transportation node is being developed. At the center of the airport, a new pier is planned for Terminal 1. In addition, the airport is expanding its parking facilities.

Towards the east, the activities are focused around improved transportation links for the airport. A new S-Bahn rail tunnel is being dug in the direction of Schwaigerloh, and several roads are being improved, including the eastern feeder road to the airport.
More information on transportation improvements

Summary of planned construction projects:

  1. Trades Center
  2. Logistics Center
  3. P43 and P44 car parks
  4. Budget hotel
  5. New pier
  6. P22 parking area
  7. Audi
  8. Office building
  9. Airport Academy
  10. BMW Service Center

1. Trades center

To the north of the Real Estate Center, the Trades Center is under construction. After completion in 2019/2020, it will be used by the airport operating company (FMG) and other companies on the airport campus.

2. Logistics Center

The airport is planning to build a central warehouse and logistics center for FMG and several subsidiaries. This will eliminate the need for off-campus rented facilities. It will be completed in 2021.

3. P43 and P44 car parks

For vacationers, visitors and employees working in the new buildings on AirSite West, the airport will offer parking in two car parks.

4. Budget hotel

Construction work on a third hotel on the airport campus is due to begin in 2020. It will offer budget accommodation in 350 rooms from the end of 2021.

5. New pier

A new pier will be built between Modules A and B in Terminal 1. It will extend 350 meters into the western apron. Preliminary work is under way. The pier is scheduled to go into operation in 2023.

6. P22 parking area

In the central zone, additional parking will be created for passengers and staff. The first 700 spaces will be ready for use in 2020 and an additional 1,700 spaces in 2021.

7. Audi

The new Audi Brand Experience Center, designed to stringent "passive building" specifications, and including a public charging station for electric vehicles, is under construction alongside Wartungsallee. It is due to open in the second quarter of 2019.

8. Office building

Next to the Airport Academy (9.), an office building with approximately 30,000 square meters of floor space is planned for the LabCampus.

9. Airport Academy

The building for the airport's training center will have 14,500 square meters of floor space.

10. BMW Service Center

BMW is expanding its service center at Munich Airport at a new location on AirSite West. It is slated to go into operation before the end of this year.