Munich Airport has 157 winter destinations on offer

Lufthansa aircraft at Munich Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Lufthansa aircraft at Munich Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Munich Airport has 157 winter destinations on offer

Lufthansa aircraft at Munich Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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It's that time again at the end of October: parallel to the time change, the new winter flight schedule begins at Munich Airport. During the winter timetable period, passengers can choose from a total of 157 destinations from Munich – 14 of them in Germany, 107 destinations in European traffic and 36 destinations in long-distance travel.

From the timetable change, the Taiwanese airline Eva Air will be flying to Munich for the first time. Four times a week it goes from Taipei to the Bavarian state capital. There are flights to the Taiwanese metropolis from Munich on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. A Dreamliner is used – the Boeing 787-900 long-haul aircraft.

In the direction of North America, Munich Airport will be offering a route network in the coming winter that now includes more connections than before the corona pandemic: Lufthansa and the American airlines United, Delta and American Airlines as well as Air Canada fly a total of 131 times a week to 13 destinations in the USA and to two destinations in Canada. In addition, Lufthansa not only offers the popular holiday destinations Dubai (five times a week), Cape Town and Miami (each seven times a week) in winter, but also continues the new summer destinations of Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro and San Diego in winter.

Lufthansa now also has daily flights to the Indian metropolises of Delhi and Mumbai as well as Singapore. Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways are adding two daily flights each to the Asian metropolises of Bangkok and Singapore. In the tourist segment, Condor flies 24 times a week to the Canary Islands of Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife. In addition, Eurowings Discover and Lufthansa also serve destinations on the Canary Islands 20 times a week. The Greek airline SKY express is making its debut in Munich. It goes to Athens five times a week.

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