Munich Airport opens two new shops in Terminal 2

Photo: Flughafen München GmbH.
Photo: Flughafen München GmbH.

Munich Airport opens two new shops in Terminal 2

Photo: Flughafen München GmbH.
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With the summer flight schedule that has been in effect since the end of March, the number of destinations offered at Munich Airport has increased – and with it the number of passengers.

Against the background of increasing traffic, the airport presents further shopping and service offers:

Household goods at “Tripidi”:

"Tripidi" opened a shop in Terminal 2, Non-Schengen Gate Area H, which focuses primarily on the needs of international travelers. The range exclusively includes world-renowned brands from the areas of home and family, such as Fissler, WMF or Faber-Castell. Victorinox, known for the "Original Swiss Army Knife" and the writing instrument manufacturer Lamy operate shop-in-shop concepts in the "Tripidi" area. Tripidi also allows customers to reserve items for in-store pickup or buy online and have them shipped to their home anywhere in the world.

Freshly styled on the plane after a visit to the “Barber House”.

Would you like a haircut, a traditional wet shave or even a manicure just before the flight? Passengers can now get all of this in the "Barber House" in Schengen Gate area G behind the security check. In addition to wellness treatments for men, "Barber House" also offers high-quality care and shaving products. Open daily from 7.30am to 21pm.

Photo: Flughafen München GmbH.

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