MUC: Cheaper parking rates during the summer holidays

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

MUC: Cheaper parking rates during the summer holidays

Lufthansa aircraft at Munich Airport (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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Booking parking spaces online in advance has advantages for passengers at Munich Airport.

During the summer months there is a "holiday special" up to and including September 19, 2022: parking a vehicle for seven days or more in the multi-storey car parks near the terminal costs 112 euros for a week. In the so-called Economy car parks within the airport premises, a week including an MVV ticket for the journey from the car park to the terminal and back can be booked from EUR 48. A total of around 32.000 parking spaces are available not far from the terminal building or in the other parking areas within the airport premises. Advance booking is possible with all major credit cards and PayPal. Entry and exit is via mobile phone with a QR code.

A tip for passengers who are taken to departures or picked up at the arrivals level: In the short holding areas on departure (Kiss & Fly) the first five minutes are free of charge, on arrival (Kiss & Ride) the first ten minutes are free. If you park longer, you will be charged €15 for every 2,50 minutes. For longer waiting times, FMG therefore recommends using the surrounding underground car parks. Parking here costs six euros for every hour or part thereof.

According to its own statements, the airport handles more than 100.000 passengers every day during the summer holidays. Many of them come to the airport in their own cars. Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) therefore recommends booking a parking space in advance https://www.munich-airport.de/parken.

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