MUC: “MyCorner” opens new shop on non-Schengen level

"MyCorner" in Terminal 2 (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).
"MyCorner" in Terminal 2 (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).

MUC: “MyCorner” opens new shop on non-Schengen level

"MyCorner" in Terminal 2 (Photo: Flughafen München GmbH).
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The terminals at Munich Airport are filling up again - passengers in Terminal 2 now have another opportunity to shop before their flight: in the newly opened, 130 square meter "MyCorner" on non-Schengen level 05 behind passport and security control.

MyCorner is operated by eurotrade, the retail subsidiary of Flughafen München GmbH (FMG). “MyCorner M” is eurotrade's own brand and is closely based on the Munich Airport brand. With the new MyCorner, the second shop was opened under this brand, following the strategy of successively offering all newspapers and magazines, travel essentials, souvenirs, tobacco products, drinks and snacks under this new brand. The previous Cee'U and Newspoint brands will be phased out in the next few years.

Munich Airport now handles around 900 take-offs and landings with more than 100.000 passengers every day. "As a result, we are also seeing an enormous increase in demand for products and services in our terminals," said Jan-Henrik Andersson, Managing Director Commercial and Security, at the symbolic ribbon cutting at the opening of MyCorner. Andersson continues: "With this second MyCorner at Munich Airport, we are offering our passengers another, extremely attractive shop where they can purchase high-quality products for the upcoming trip. Our international passengers can also find suitable souvenirs there.” MyCorner is open daily from 07 a.m. to 22 p.m.

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