Munich Airport Guide to Munich International Airport (MUC)

Munich Airport Terminals

Munich Airport consists of a couple of passenger terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2; and also an amusement, business and recreation complex, the Munich Airport Center.

TRANSFER BETWEEN TERMINALS

Munich Airport Center is the joining building between terminals. To get to Terminal 2 from Terminal 2 and vice versa it turns to be necessary to cross the complex. 

Terminals

See more detailed information about Munich Airport Terminals as follows:

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the oldest passenger terminal building.

It operates with Schengen and non-Schengen flights. It handles all non Star Alliance flights. 

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Terminal 2

Terminal 2 stands for the new passenger terminal building in Munich Airport, being operative since 2003.

It handles all Star Alliance flights. 

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MUNICH AIRPORT CENTER 

Also known as MAC, it is a shopping, business and recreation complex located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

It hosts a shopping mall and the S-Bahn (train) station, Hilton at Munich Airport, an on-airport hotel with 551 rooms and many more facilities such as business facilities, fitness area, swimming pool, among others. 

Levels

Munich Airport Center consists of the following levels:

- Level 3: Access to ground transportation (bus, taxi, car rental center) and parking (P10 and P9).

Services: Lost & found, post office, meeting point, information desk, children’s facilities, rail and bus ticket counters. 

- Level 4: Access to Transrapid and to Terminal 2, also to Terminal 1 boarding gates A to D (A1-A43, B1-B17, C1-C30, D1-D23). 

Services: Medical center, travel market, chapel.