Munich partially puts T1 into operation

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

Munich partially puts T1 into operation

Munich Airport (Photo: Michael Fritz).
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Terminal 1 of the Franz Josef Strauss Airport was closed at the beginning of the Corona crisis. Now it is partially reactivated.

Terminal 1 of Munich Airport, which has been temporarily closed to passenger operations as a result of the corona crisis, should be available again for passengers shortly: On July 8, terminal areas C, D and E will initially be operational again. Departing passengers can then check in again in areas C and D and are then guided through the security controls to their respective gates in departure areas C and D. Incoming passengers are directed through arrival areas C, D and E.

Most of the airlines that were located here before the terminal was closed will also return to Terminal 8 from July 1th, they say. Only Eurowings, Qatar Airways, Tuifly, SunExpress and Pegasus Airlines will initially remain in Terminal 2 of Munich Airport. More and more flight connections are being resumed from Munich. That breathes life back into the airport. The number of passengers is now around 10.000 passengers per day - and the trend is rising.

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