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In passengers’ eyes, Munich Airport is still one of the best airports in the world even after two years of pandemic: At the annual ‘World Airport Awards’ conferred by London-based aviation consultancy Skytrax, the Bavarian air transportation hub was awarded the title of ‘Best Airport in Central Europe’ based on a global passenger survey.

For the first time non-stop from Munich to Rio de Janeiro and San Diego, and also again to Bangkok: Lufthansa is offering a highly attractive long-haul programme from Munich this summer.

The 2021 traffic figures for Munich Airport are still heavily marked by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic: Passenger numbers rose by 1,4 million more than 12 percent to a total of 12,5 million passengers. However, this passenger volume represents only slightly over a quarter of the airport's record results for 2019 before the pandemic.

Through its offices in Dubai and Munich, the expert team at Renner & Grosse Collection provides tailor-made sales, representation and communication solutions to luxury hotels, resorts, villas and destinations looking to grow their business from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and/or the Middle East.

 In 2020, when Covid-19 turned the hospitality and tourism industry upside down, industry veterans Sabine Renner and Isabel Grosse recognised the need for efficient and innovative solutions to aid the sector’s recovery, and with their shared passion, vision and expertise founded the Renner & Grosse Collection.

 With their in-depth knowledge, extensive sales and marketing experience and vast international network of partners including travel agencies, luxury consortia’s, concierge services and travel designers, Sabine and Grosse are committed to helping hotels and tourism companies maximise revenue, build brand awareness and increase market share in a time when the industry needs it most.

 “As a result of the global pandemic, many hospitality and tourism companies had to downsize their sales and marketing teams and that’s where we can come in as external experts to help develop bespoke strategies, offer practical advice and provide hands-on support to maximise their revenues and increase market share”, commented co-founder Grosse, who heads up the business in Germany.

 Co-founder Renner, who leads the business in Dubai, added, “Even before the crisis, new travel trends were emerging and we want to ensure hotels and destinations are ready to respond to the changing needs of travellers, especially after the global pandemic. Luxury travel is becoming more and more synonymous with sustainability, community connection and meaningful experiences. Consumers are increasingly conscious about their travels and look for brands and companies that align with their value systems. We are very passionate about this area and can support hospitality & tourism companies with the right strategies and sales & marketing solutions to embrace the opportunities this presents for the industry.”


Singapore Airlines on January 20 restarted operating a three flights per week between Singapore and the Munich hub.

American Airlines is expanding its long-haul services to and from Munich.

After 2017’s year's successful debut, free riders and mountain bikers are ready for the second edition of Bike and Style at Munich Airport in Germany.

With jaw-dropping scenery, epic history and dazzling artistic and cultural diversity, it is no wonder that Europe attracts millions of visitors from June to September every year.

Hotel industry benchmarker STR’s preliminary June data for Munich, Germany, indicates hotel performance consistent with significant demand.

Spanish airline Voltea now operates two weekly flights with a Boeing B717 from Munich, Germany to Montpellier in the south of France and to Zaragoza in north-eastern Spain.