The Munich hub has proven itself to be a premium hub and was the first European airport to receive a 5-star Skytrax award as early as 2017. In the same year, Munich Airport was named Europe’s best airport for the tenth time. In addition, 14 million passengers from all over the world voted Terminal 2, jointly operated by Lufthansa and Munich Airport, the “Best Airport Terminal in the World” at the Skytrax Institute’s World Airport Awards in 2017. Alongside Frankfurt, Vienna and Zurich, Munich Airport is an important hub for departing and arriving guests – with short transfer times and an impressive range of destinations and frequencies.
The modern Lufthansa fleet, consisting of 25 long-haul aircraft and 95 short- and medium-haul aircraft, flies business travellers quickly and comfortably to their business destinations. The fleet comprises five A380-800s, considered to be the largest, quietest and most popular passenger aircraft. In addition, the first eight of 15 aircraft of the world’s most modern long-haul jet, the Airbus A350-900, are already stationed in Munich. Another highlight will be a new service from Munich to Singapore operated by an A350-900, the most modern and environmentally friendly long-haul aircraft.
Flying to and from Munich, Lufthansa offers 143 business destinations in 43 countries, including 117 destinations in Germany and Europe and 28 destinations worldwide. First-class services at Munich Airport ensure a pleasant stay: Lufthansa business travellers have at their disposal a total of twelve lounges comprising an area of around 8,700 m². On the top level of the Terminal 2-Satellite, First Class passengers and HON Circle Members can relax in a luxurious atmosphere.
Status customers have the option of using priority check-in at the Terminal’s southern curbside car lane. HON Circle Members and First Class passengers can also use the valet parking service at the southern access road to Terminal 2. Lufthansa’s Gate or Ramp Direct Service helps passengers whose transfer time in Munich is short due to the delayed arrival of their feeder flight. Passengers are welcomed by Lufthansa staff directly at the arrival gate and shown the quickest way to their connecting flight.