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Munich "Franz Josef Strauss" Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic and is located 28km (18 miles) northeast of Munich. The airport has two terminals Terminal 1 handles all flights from airlines which are not me...more

Munich, Germany

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Munich "Franz Josef Strauss" Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic and is located 28km (18 miles) northeast of Munich. The airport has two terminals Terminal 1 handles all flights from airlines which are not members of Star Alliance and Terminal 2 is a hub for Lufthansa and Star Alliance members. 

Address

Nordallee 25, 85356 Munich, Germany

Phone

+49 89 97500

Prayer Facilities

There is a small prayer room in Terminal 1, Departure Area C, Level 05. It is beautifully decorated with blond-fir floors, illuminated plexiglas walls, and is equipped with many prayer rugs and a Quran.

Outside the airport the following mosques are the closest: The mosque, Hauptbahnhof Camii, located on 5 Landwehrstrabe 61, Munich, Bavaria 80336 is 23.9 miles, about 31 minutes away from the airport. Then there is also Fatih Camii ve Talebe Yurdu located on Martin-Luther-Strasse 20, Munich, Germany 81539. It is 26.98 miles, about 34 minutes away from the airport.

Halal Food

The Airport Olivia is a Turkish halal restaurant located in Terminal 2, Level 3,Public Area

Transport

There are many modes of transportation to choose from to get to and from the airport. Passengers can travel by train, bus, car, hotel shuttles or by limousine services.

Train: Munich suburban railway takes passengers straight to the city by S1 and S8 in about 45 minutes. S8 is faster of the two services.

Bus: Buses serve both of the terminals and bus and coach services go to Munich and the surrounding areas. Autobus Oberbayern operated by Lufthansa Airport Bus goes to Munich Hauptbahnhof. And during large exhibitions, a shuttle bus takes passengers to the M?¬nchen Messe exhibition centre. They can also go to Salzburg, Innsbruck and other nearby Austrian cities.

Taxis: Taxis can take passengers to the city centre in just 45 minutes. The taxi stands are in terminal 1 on the arrival and departure level E04 right in front of Modules A-E, in terminal 2 along the access ramp for buses and taxis to the north of the arrival level E03 and in the departure level E04. A taxi stand is also to the north of the central area on level E03. Payment is calculated per taxi and not per person and passengers can choose to ride in a sedan, station wagon, minibus (up to eight people) etc.

Car Hire: The car hire companies available at Munich Airport are Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National/Alamo and Sixt. Their offices are on concourse A of terminal 1. Limousine Service: Transfer and limousine services can take passengers to various destinations around Munich Airport. They offer tickets by seat and limousine services offer a better and individual mode of transport.

Shopping

Most of the facilities in the airport are in the area between the two runways. The terminals feel like a mini-mall with all its various shops. Passengers will find magazines and books at Checkout, clothes at Jeans and Dreams, Italian paper made products at Fabriano and much more. Multitronics has hi-tech electronics and there are duty-free shops as well.

Amenities

To take care of those last minute financial needs there is HypoVereinsbank and ReiseBank AG located inside the airport. HypoVereinsbank has an ATM and investment counselling and construction financing services in the central area on level 3 (public area). ReiseBank AG is located in terminal 2 on levels 3, 4 and 5. This bank offers many services such as foreign currency and travelers' checks, cash back from EC and credit cards, cash transfers, tax refund/cash refund, travel insurance and telephone cards.

There are a number of services at this airport to make the passengerƒ??s stay pleasant and unforgettable. Televisions are in the waiting areas at the departure gates and computers with internet access are in Terminal 1 at the service centre (central area) and in Terminal 2 near the arrivals area. Towels, shower gel and other toiletries are available from a vending machine in the central area and there are separate showers for men and women in the central area and in Terminal 2 on level 3.

There are baby changing facilities, doctors, pharmacies, barber shops and massage chairs too. There are various lounge areas to be found in the airport. There is laundry service, childrenƒ??s play areas and more than forty travel agencies and tour operators.

The Munich Airport Center (MAC) has fully equipped 25 conference rooms where four to 120 delegates can easily use them, security personnel, VIP service and rooms with bed and bath are also available. TDD telephones are located on level 3 of the main concourse and in the medical center and wheelchairs are available free of cost from the information desk in departures concourse A-D and A.

The Kempinski Hotel Airport M?¬nchen is right terminal 1 and 2. It has five-star luxury services and it right in the airport. This hotel in the airport lets even the people who are not staying at the airport to use their pool, fitness and spa area for a small fee.

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