Munich Airport Guide to Munich Airport (MUC)

Munich Airport Terminals

Munich Airport (MUC) has 2 passenger Terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. 

Terminal 1

Is the older passenger building, it was built for the start of MUC Airport. It is well divided in 5 parts: A, B, C, D and E. Parts A and D operate with Schengen flights and parts B and C operate with Non-Schengen and other flights. There is a separate hall F which operates just with flights to Israel. The airline companies mostly operating in Terminal 1 are Air Berlin, EasyJet, Condor, Emirates, and many others.

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Terminal 2

Is the newest passenger building of Munich Airport, being operative since 2003. It has a central square and all the Services and Facilities are around it. Terminal 2 has a support extension building called Terminal 2 Satellite, operative since 2016.

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A part from several restaurants, cafeterias, dutty free shops, ATM’s, Currency exchange, Parking Access, Persons with reduced mobility services and Wifi access, passenger Terminals of Munich airport (MUC) offers many other services and facilities such as:

- Automated passport control
- Baby buggy 
- VipWing
- Napcabs
- Internet spots
- BAG Galleries Lounge 
- Audi Conference Center
- Atlantic Lounge
- Air France KLM Lounge 
- Airport physio
- Airport Clinic 

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