munich airport F.J.Strauss is one of the ten biggest
airports in Europe. It is located 28 kilometres north–east
of Munich city near the town Erding. The area is called “Hallbergmoos”.
The opening of the airport F.J. Strauss was in May 1992.
Before Munich’s airport was located in Munich-Riem
about 26 millions of passengers take flights here in
one year. The departures and arrivals of the airplanes
reach 370,000 per year. 110 airlines use munich airport
with destinations in 65 countries.
June 2003 the Terminal 2 was opened. It is used by
Lufthansa and its international partner airlines. All
other airlines start from Terminal 1.
reach Munich airport you find different possibilities
of public transport
-motorway A 92 Munich – Deggendorf
leads to the airport by car.
-Munich city is connected
by two rapid transit trains S1 and S8 every ten minutes
taxis, car rental and transfer services can also
be found at the airport.
rapid transit train station is in the central area
of the terminal 1 – very
The car rental center is also
in Terminal 1 on the north side. Four bus stops and
several taxi stops can be found in the main area of
Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
1,081 meters long Terminal 1 is splitted in level 04,
areas A to D for arrival and departure and level 04,
area E for arrival.
2 is 980 meters long and is grouped in level 03
for arrivals and level 04/05 for departures.
the two Terminals have 274 check-in counters.
the heart of the airport is the MAC – Munich airport center
with over 200 shops and restaurants. The conference
center “ municon” can
be used for business meetings.
you need help there are many information counters all
over the area. And here some helpful and important
89 975-2 13 75
Fax: +49 89 975-2 13 76
Lost & Found
+49 89 975-2 13 70
Tel.: +49 89 975-2 28 75
Fax: +49 89
975-2 28 76
Lost & Found
+49 89 975-2 28 70
Tel.: +49 89 975-2 13 13
Tel.: +49 89 975-6 33 44
is easy to get along on airport munich.