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.
In force from March 15, Germany’s Munich Airport’s new summer schedule is expected to include over 250,000 flights by 91 airlines to 246 destinations across 68 countries.
Munich Airport and Lufthansa have started testing a humanoid robot, Josie Pepper, making the amicable 120 cm android available to travellers who need directions or other assistance.
Munich Airport’s dynamic growth continued in 2017 with passenger traffic increasing by 2.3 million to a new all-time high of 44.6 million, making it a 5.5 percent gain over the 2016 figures.
Dmitriy Kamenshchik, chairman of the board, Moscow Domodedovo Airport Group, and Michael Kerkloh, president, Munich Airport, signed a cooperation agreement, known as the sister airport agreement, involving an exchange of ideas with regard to terminal planning, IT, real estate development, security and digitalisation.