Munich: 3.400 flights planned for the autumn break

Munich Airport (Photo: Michael Fritz).
Munich Airport (Photo: Michael Fritz).

Munich: 3.400 flights planned for the autumn break

Munich Airport (Photo: Michael Fritz).
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Around 3.400 flights from / to Munich have been registered for the Bavarian autumn holidays. Of these, around 1.000 movements are carried out within Germany. 150 departures have been registered in the direction of Italy, around 80 to Greece and around 70 to Turkey.

The holidays start on October 30, 2020 and end on Sunday, November 8, 2020. Even if global travel is severely restricted by the existing restrictions, long-haul connections to the USA and Canada, Delhi, Qatar and Abu Dhabi are available from Munich , Dubai and Seoul.

The operating company points out that a mask is still required in the terminals and that this has now been extended to the MAC forum. If you have forgotten your MNS, you can buy it on site from vending machines, pharmacies and some restaurants.

There are currently several facilities for corona tests available at Munich Airport: Travelers who arrive at Munich Airport from a risk area and are therefore obliged to be tested are automatically directed to the test centers in Terminal 1 or 2. These tests are free.

Even travelers arriving from a non-risk area have the opportunity to be tested free of charge at Munich Airport. This Corona Test Center is located in the forum of the Munich Airport Center (MAC) on level 04. Prior registration is not required. In addition, departing passengers can have themselves tested for the corona virus at the airport. The medical laboratory MVZ Martinsried with its test center in Terminal 128, Level 2 offers corresponding tests (04 euros), which are subject to a fee. The center is open daily from 5 a.m. to 19 p.m. Appointments can be booked in advance online at muc.airport-lab.com/.

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