Named the 2nd Best Airport in Europe by Skytrax in 2009, the Munich Airport, also known as Franz Josef Strauss is the second busiest airport in Germany. In 2008, the Munich Airport served over 34 million travelers.
Taxis are available outside the terminal buildings.
A regular bus service runs to Munich city center.
Commuter trains depart from the airport to various stations in Munich such as Marienplatz, Laim, Hauptbahnhof, and Ostbahnhof.
The Marriott is located approximately 5 miles from the Munich Airport.
1-800-Fly-Europe has discounted rates on hotels in all areas of Munich as well as throughout Europe.
The main airport information desk is found on Level 3 of the Main Concourse. Other information desks are located in both terminals.
Eating and Drinking: Several bars, coffee shops, restaurants, snack bars and fast food outlets can be found in the Munich Airport.
Shopping: Clothing stores, newsstands, bookstores, and duty free shops are available throughout the airport.
Money: ATMs, banks and a bureau de change are in both terminals.
Disabled Facilities: Prior to traveling, disabled passengers are requested to inform the airline of any special needs and assistance that may be required. Wheelchairs are free of charge from the main information desk; TDD telephones are available in Level 3 of the main concourse as well as in the medical center.
Other Services: A post office, 24 hour medical center, dentist, pharmacy, baby changing facilities and laundry service are provided in the Munich Airport.
IATA Code: MUC
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 97500
Address: MUNICH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PO BOX 23 17 55 85326 MUNICH GERMANY
Airport Location: The Munich Airport is approximately 18 miles northeast of Munich.