Over 170 destinations are served, again, with non-stop flights from Munich Airport
Airlines are gradually increasing the number of flights offered from Munich airport. The number of destinations served - regularly - from Munich has now increased to over 170, about 80% of the destinations that were in the flight schedule in 2019.
Starting this week, travelers to the Bavarian capital can fly back to Toronto with Air Canada. Because of the fact that the Germans are allowed to re-enter Canada, demand has increased. In addition to Air Canada's three weekly flights to Toronto, passengers can also travel to Canada with Air Canada's five weekly flights. Lufthansa, from Munich to Vancouver.
From January 2021, Singapore Airlines serves the Bavarian capital again. Now, the airline will increase the number of flights from Munich to Singapore, from three to five weekly frequencies. These two additional VTL frequencies (only for vaccinated travelers) allow German passengers to enter Singapore without quarantine, provided they have been in Germany for the last 21 days before departure and have a negative PCR test. Travelers must also undergo two more tests (on arrival and on day three) in Singapore.
Arrivals and departures are meanwhile managed at both terminals at Munich Airport. Wearing a mask is mandatory in Munich airport buildings.
From October 1, Lufthansa will fly to Dubai three times a week, using the modern Airbus A350 aircraft for long-haul flights. Also in October, Emirates will increase the number of frequencies on the same route, from seven to nine flights a week.
Starting next week, Lufthansa significantly increases flight offers in Europe: will operate approximately 100 flights - in addition - per week to 20 European destinations:
- will increase the number of flights to Amsterdam, Budapest, Copenhagen, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm and Vienna
- connections to Birmingham, Basel, Leipzig, Luxembourg, Paderborn and Stuttgart will be resumed.
easyJet contributes to the expansion of the European route network in Munich. The British company is now flying - again - to London-Gatwick (four times a week) and Milan-Malpensa (three times a week). In addition, the airline intends to resume additional connections with the United Kingdom in the coming months.