Summer vacation seems like a long time ago and our yearning for distant shores is stronger than ever. It's time to start thinking about the next trip. For inspiration, look no further than Munich Airport's new winter timetable, in effect as of October 28, 2018. It offers perennial favorites in Spain, undiscovered city getaways, and exciting intercontinental routes.
For adventure lovers and those open to new discoveries, the winter timetable has a number of exciting long-haul destinations. Thai Airways will operate flights with a Boeing 777 widebody jet to the Thai capital of Bangkok, where Asian culture awaits, amid temples and floating marketplaces. On November 17, Avianca will launch a connection to Bogotá with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner for travellers attracted to the endless diversity of Colombia. Those who have dreamed of flying with the enormous Airbus A380 can book a trip with Lufthansa to Miami this winter. On its daily flights to the "fun capital" of the USA, Eurowings will have capacity for more than 300 passengers on the double-deck giant of the skies. And that's not the only new destination offered by Eurowings this winter: The new timetable features a weekly flight to Havana, where holidaymakers can enjoy salsa and the vibrant Cuban lifestyle.
A ride on the London Eye, a stroll over the Tower Bridge and a selfie with a Buckingham Palace guard – along with those iconic attractions, London boasts a wealth of markets, vintage shops and exciting restaurants. British Airways will add flights from Munich directly to the London City Airport starting on February 16. This route will appeal both to holidaymakers and business travellers.