Munich International Airport

Nordallee 25 85356 München, Munich, Germany
Founded in:
Total area:
1575 hectares
  • Visitors per year:
    47.9 million
About The Venue

One of Munich's leading event venues and airports is Munich International Airport. It is one of Germany's and the world's most active airports, handling around 47.9 million passengers as of 2019. The airport has 1,575 hectares of space and began operations in 1992. The airport has a capacity of handling wide-body planes such as the Airbus A380. Due to its capacities and popularity, the airport serves as a major transport hub and event venue. For instance, the complex is the hosting site of Airtec.

Munich International airport began operations in 1992. It was constructed to take over from the Munich-Riem Airport. It consists of 2 passenger terminals, a midfield terminal, and a pair of runways. Furthermore, it has extensive cargo and maintenance facilities. The Munich International Airport is a state-of-the-art airport and event venue. It has modern amenities such as wireless internet in all areas. These include the lounges and terminals.

How to get to Munich International Airport
On foot

Ausburg Airport – not advisable

Munich Central Station – not advisable


By Car

Ausburg Airport – 52 mins via A8

Munich Central Station – 38 mins via A9


By public transport

Ausburg Airport – not available

Munich Central Station – 40 mins via S1


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