Munich International Airport

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Munich International Airport (MUC) Guide

General Information

Airport Name:
Munich International Airport
Airport Code:
The airport is located 28km northeast of Munich
0)89 97500 or 9752 1313

Directions & Transportation

Taxis are available from outside the terminal buildings of the airport to the city centre.
There are bus and coach services that run to Munich and the surrounding areas. Autobus Oberbayern runs a Lufthansa Airport Bus service to the Munich Hauptbahnhof. Buses serve both terminals. Information and tickets are available from the Service Centre located on level 3 of the MAC area.
There are commuter trains that depart to various Munich stations, including Munich Hauptbahnhof; Marienplatz; Laim; and Ostbahnhof, where rail connections are available to major German cities and other European destinations. Information is available from the Munich public transport authority and the German Railway.
There are a several options available to passengers traveling to and from the airport by road, including car; taxi; limousine; and bus services.

Airport facilities

Airport Info:
Airport information desks are found in the Main Concourse on Level 3, this is the main information desk and is open all the time, and in the arrival and departures areas on Level 4.
There is a left luggage office and lost property office located in the Service Centre of the MAC area. A porter service is available and porters are easily identified by their green uniforms. Baggage trolleys are also available.
The airport has a few banks; a bureaux de change; and several ATMs throughout.
More Services:
The airport has a post office; 24 hour Internet access; wireless LAN is available throughout; a 24 hour medical emergency centre; a dentist; a pharmacy; baby changing rooms; a dry cleaning and laundry service; children?s play areas; and over 40 travel agencies and tour operators.
Eating & Drinking:
The airport has many shops, including a wide variety of clothing; electronics; accessories; news agents; gift shops; and duty-free shops.
The airport has several bars; restaurants; snack bars; and coffee bars, such as Airbrau; Aran; Burger King; Cafe Treffpunkt; Coca Cola Bar; il mondo; and Nordsee. The Terminal 2 gallery is a popular spot for drinking and dining.
Business Facilities:
The Munich Airport Centre provudes large presentation and event-hosting facilities. The MAC Forum is used for events and exhibitions, with media and communications technology; technology support; and catering services. The Municon has 35 well-equipped conference rooms, which accommodate four to 120 delegates. There are VIP services and relaxation rooms with bed and bath available. Additional conference and meeting facilities are available at the Kempinski Airport Hotel, with 30 venues accommodating up to 400 delegates and a fully equipped business centre. There are six airline lounges and two airport-run lounges, the Atlantik and Europa lounges. Both lounges provide telephones; fax and laptop connections; TVs; newspapers; and magazines. The Service Centre Internet Point offers a number of business facilities, including fax; photocopying; Internet connection; computer stations; scanning; data storage; and printing.
Disabled Facilities:
Disabled passengers are requested to inform the airline of any special needs and assistance they require before travelling. There are TDD telephones available in the Level 3 of the main concourse and in the medical centre. Wheelchairs are available free of charge from the information desks in the Departures concourse. There are wheelchair-accessible toilets and elevators located throughout the airport. Disabled parking spaces are available in all underground and multi-storey car parks. Terminal 2 has tactile systems for visually impaired passengers. Many services, including accompaniment; arrangement of disabled transport services; and wheelchair repairs, are available from the Malteser Service Organization.

Useful Information

Airlines Served:
224th Flight Unit, Adria Airways, Aer Lingus, Aero Lloyd, Aeroflot, African Safari Airlines, Air Anatolia, Air Baltic, Air Berlin, Air China, Air Dolomiti SPA, Air Europa, Air France, Air Littoral, Air Malta, Air Mauritius, Air Namibia, Air Nauru, Air Truck, Alitalia, Arkia, Augsburg Airways, Austrian Airlines, Balkan Bulgarian, Britannia Cargo, British Airways, China Eastern, Condor, Croatia Airlines, Cronus Airlines, Cyprus Turkish Airlines, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Eagle Airlines, Egyptair, El Al, Emirates, Euro Sun, European Air Exp, Finnair, Fly Europa, Fly FTI, Freebird Airlines, GB Airways, Gandalf, Germania Fluggesellschaft, Go FLy, Hamburg Int´l, Hapag Lloyd, Iberia, KLM, KLM Exel, Kavkazskie Mineralnye, LOT, Rwandair Express, Sky Airlines, Swiss, Tempelhof Express Airli, dba
Airport Taxes:
Activities near the Airport:
Travellers delayed at Munich International Airport for a few hours, can take a bus or taxi into the city. Once there, the following are all easily accessable. Wilhelma Park and Zoo - Neckartalstrasse - This zoological park and garden was built in the mid-1800's and is home to meore than 1,000 species of animals living in natural habitats. The most famous attractions at the zoo are the orchid and magnolia park; crocodile pen; and the farm petting zoo. Germanisches Nationalmuseum - Kartausergasse 1 - The museum was opened in 1852 and houses the largest collection of German art and culture in the world. It contains more than a million exhibits and has 20,000 permanent displays. This museum is a must see for anyone traveling to Munich. Toy Museum - Karlstrasse 13-15 - This is one of the most popular museum's in the city and is great for the whole family. The museum houses exhibitions about toys throughout history from Europe and the United States, and has some very interesting displays.