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Munich Airports

The main airport: Munich Airport is located 25 km northeast of the city. This airport is utilized by all major carriers. There is a smaller airport Memmingen which is 112 km from the city and is used only by budget airlines Ryanair and Wizz Air.

Munich Airport was opened in 1992 (replacing Munich-Reim Airport) and consists of 2 terminals, the second used exclusively by Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners. This second terminal was completed in 2003. The airport handles international and domestic traffic. It’s the second busiest in Germany, with around 39 million passengers passing through its gates in 2014.

The Munich Airport Centre is a shopping and food area which connects the two terminals. Included is a supermarket which has an exemption from the Bavarian open hours law, so is the only place in the state where you can shop from 5:30am until midnight every day of the week! Sunday too!

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Airport Transportation in Munich, Germany

  • Access to and from Memmingen Airport is well provided by airport transfers, public transport, taxi and car rental. A taxi trip would be the most exorbitant with 112 km to travel — you’d be looking at anywhere from €150 up.
  • Bus and train are fairly easy to find. There’s a bus stop outside the terminal where you can catch a bus directly to the central bus station and train station (which are about 4 km away). From there you can travel by train or bus to Munich. You’ll pay €3 for the trip by bus and about €19 by train.
  • To and fro via bus is made simple by the bus station being just a short walk from Terminal 1 and 2. Tickets cost around €9.50. There are ticket machines available nearby or you can buy from the driver.
  • The Airport train stop is just steps from Terminal 1 and 2 and two lines depart from the airport to the city centre of Munich every 10 minutes. €9.50, similar to a bus is about what you would expect to pay.

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Guided Airport Transfer in Munich, Germany

  • If the thought of using public transport or finding a free taxi seems too much after a long and exhausting flight, or you don’t feel comfortable arranging transport to and from the airport yourself, you can easily book a guided airport pick-up with Withlocals!
  • Upon your arrival, a local driver will be waiting for you. He or she will take you to your hotel safely, making sure you don’t have anything to worry about.