Airport Munich (MUC)
The airport is located in Erdinger Moos, approx. 28 km north-east of Munich. To get to Munich airport, take the A9 motorway and then at the Neufahrn junction take the A92 towards Deggendorf.
Munich International Airport
Germany - DE
BY RAIL/BY BUS
S-Bahn (urban train):
The S1 and S8 trains link the airport with Munich’s city centre (including the central railway station, Marienplatz, Ostbahnhof). The journey takes approx. 45 minutes and a single ticket costs € 8.80. The S1 runs every day from 3:45–23:25 h, while the S8 runs non-stop from the central railway station.
Numerous bus routes operate between the airport and nearby cities, including Augsburg and Ingolstadt. The bus station is in front of the main concourse, a few steps from terminal 1.
Taxi ranks are located at the arrivals level in front of terminal 1. The journey to Munich takes about 45 minutes.
Drop-off points are located immediately in front of the terminals, and the parking charges are € 2/30 minutes. The short-stay car parks P1 - P4 and P9 are located in front of terminal 1 and near the main concourse. The maximum stay is 7 days. Parking charges: € 3/hour, € 21/day and € 147/week.
The long-stay car parks are directly opposite terminal 1. The charges are € 150/8 days, € 168/14 days. Near the visitors’ park there is car park P51, which charges € 50/7 days and € 64/14 days.
You will find the central information desk in the main concourse, level 03. In addition there are information desks in the departures and arrivals areas.
Tel.: 49 (0)89-9752 1313
AIRBERLIN GROUP TICKET DESK
Terminal 1, Module A
Mon-Sun 8:00-20:00 h, as well as 120 minutes before each departure.
Tel.: 49 (0)89-9730 6764
AIRBERLIN GROUP CHECK-IN
Terminal 1, Module A (except flights to Pristina, into Iraq and to Tel Aviv)
Opening 120 minutes before each departure.Flights to Pristina and into Iraq: Terminal 1, Module B
Opening 120 minutes before each departure.
Flights to Tel Aviv: Terminal 1, Hall F
Opening 180 minutes before each departure.
From 18:00-20:00 h for all flights on the following day (except flights to Tel Aviv).
Terminal 1, Module A, desks 134 ff
Quick check-in:Terminal 1 Module A, Level 4 in front of security check
Terminal 1 Module A, Level 3 entrance parking area
Terminal 1, Module A, Level 3, opposite "Reisebank"
Central area Exit "S-Bahn"
Baggage drop off point:
Yes, Terminal 1, Module A, Desk 112/113
Airport Lounge Business Class:
"Atlantik Lounge", Terminal C, Level 4 with elevator to Level 3
Nearly all departures from Munich are handled in terminal 1, module A. One of the exceptions are flights to Pristina and into Iraq, which are handled in module B. In module A the check-in area is divided into "International" and "National". Separate check-in desks are provided for destinations in the USA and for flights to Moscow, Pristina and into Iraq.
The other exception are flights to Tel Aviv. Flights to Tel Aviv are handled in Munich in terminal 2, hall F. That check-in for these flights begins already 180 minutes before departure based on reinforced security inspection.
A bus transfer to hall F is now available for airberlin transfer passengers travelling to and from Tel Aviv:
All transfer passengers going to hall F or from hall F to departures, module A, can use the regular number 635 bus service from the bus stop outside terminal 1 (T1)/departures A to terminal 2 (T2)/hall F and vice versa free of charge. The boarding pass for the onward airberlin flight entitles the passenger to use this service without payment. (In practice, however, checks are not carried out on this service.)There is a bus every 20 minutes. Buses leave from outside T1/departures A at .20 / .40/ .00 h every hour.
The departure gates can be in module A (German domestic, Schengen), module B (Non-Schengen) or module C (Non-Schengen), depending on the destination. You will be told the departure gate when you check in. Please check the airport monitors and announcements, as the departure gate may have to be changed at relatively short notice.
Transferring from a short-haul to a long-haul flight:
German domestic flights or flights from Schengen member states arrive in module A or module B. Passengers with a long-haul connecting flight should follow the transit signs and go directly to their departure gate. They will go through passport control along the way. Special gates are designated for passengers travelling to the USA, and passport details will be checked again at those gates. Passengers travelling on paperless tickets (e-tickets) must carry a printout of their return flight confirmation, as the electronic form on a laptop or PDA is not recognised.
Transferring from a long-haul to a short-haul flight:
Long-haul flights arrive in module B or module C. Passengers should follow the signs for “Ausgang / Exit”, go through passport control and leave the security area through the arrivals hall. They should then go to module A. Please note the regulations for carrying liquids in cabin baggage, as another security check will be required on entry into an EU country. Passengers already in possession of their boarding pass for the connecting flight can go through the security check and straight to their departure gate. Passengers without a boarding pass for the connecting flight need to contact the airberlin check-in desk to collect their boarding pass.
LEFT LUGGAGEThe left luggage office is located in the service centre in the main concourse. The charge for one item of luggage (up to 20 kg) is € 3.50/day; bulky items weighing up to 30 kg are looked after for € 6/day.
LOST PROPERTY OFFICE
For lost property please contact the service centre in the main concourse, level 03 (office hours: 6:00–23:00 h every day).
Tel.: 49 (0)89-975 213 70
Fax: 49 (0)89-975 213 76
The "municon" Conference and Service Centre is located on the upper floors of the Munich Airport Centre (MAC) between Terminals 1 and 2. This provides 26 conference rooms for up to 120 persons.
For further information please visit www.municon.de »
Cash machines and several banks with bureaux de change are located in terminal 2 and in the main concourse.
Munich Airport can offer over 200 shops. The wide range of goods available extends from duty free and travel value to electronic equipment, fashion and accessories, as well as modern giftware and basic necessities. You will also find a selection of restaurants and bars here.
Munich airport has toilet facilities and lifts for the disabled. Wheelchairs belonging to the airport are available, free of charge, at all information desks in the departure area and at the central information desk in the main concourse.
Munich Airport Mobility Service offers a tailor-made and comprehensive service for disabled passengers at Munich airport. This service has to be booked in advance by calling 49 (0)89-975 633 33.
Informative web sites:
Munich International Airport »
General information Munich »
Public transport Munich »
CET – the same as the rest of Central Europe.
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