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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.

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.

Exactly 10 years ago - on June 01, 2011 - the VipWing at Munich Airport opened its doors for the first time to travellers who appreciate special service and exclusive attention. Due to the pandemic, the VIP Terminal had to remain closed for the past few months.  Now, the VipWing can welcome back its guests from all over the world in accordance with the current hygiene regulations.

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.

In time for the start of the summer timetable season, Lufthansa launched a new service from Munich to Osaka on March 31.

Lufthansa’s driverless transport system that connects Terminal 2 at Munich Airport, Germany, with the satellite building is to be expanded in its functionality to be able to handle rising passenger volumes without any problems in the future.

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.

Munich Airport achieved a record net profit of around EUR155 million in 2017, according to an official announcement.