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Car Park in Munich Airport - Franz Josef Strauss

Munich - Franz Josef Strauss Airport Parking
Author: "Munich airport central" by Jay8g, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons source.

The international commercial airport of the Bavarian capital is Munich Airport, called "Franz Josef Strauß". It currently has two passenger terminals and is located in the so-called Erdinger Moos. This is located 28.5 kilometers northeast of Munich's city center, which means that the airport is further away from the city center than any other major airport in Germany.

Below you will find some interesting information about the Munich airport and especially about the parking facilities in the immediate vicinity of the airport. Is it worth reserving a parking space in a parking garage before your trip and which parking lot at Munich Airport is best for you?

What are the transport connections to Munich Airport?

To get to the airport, you have several options. For example, you can use public transportation. For example, the S1 and S8 streetcars will take you to Munich's main train station. These S-Bahns leave every 10 minutes during the day and the journey takes about 45 minutes. You also have the possibility to arrive by car, because Munich Airport has many parking facilities.

Furthermore, there is the chance to take the Lufthansa Express Bus, which leaves every 15 minutes to Munich Central Station and also stops at the North Cemetery.

Is a cab suitable for the journey to Munich Airport?

The drive from the airport to the center of Munich, near the beautiful Marienplatz, usually takes between 35 and 45 minutes. Depending on the traffic situation, it is usually fastest to drive the 34.4 kilometers mainly via the A9 highway. Cabs at the airport are always available and waiting for guests at the cab parking lots.

The cost of cab service varies and depends on the departure terminal, the destination in the city and the time of day. The basic fee for a cab ride in Frankfurt is 3.50 euros. In addition, 2.00 euros is to be expected per kilometer driven. Accordingly, a ride from Munich Airport to the city center costs about 73 euros. Cabs usually take 4 passengers and may charge additional fees for pets or heavy extra luggage. If you need a special cab for people with limited mobility, you should inquire beforehand. Especially for early or late flights, a cab is probably the most comfortable alternative to get to the airport. However, due to the long distance of Munich Airport from the city center, this is not cheap.

Munich Airport: The parking situation

If you want to park near Munich Airport when you start your trip, you should definitely compare the prices of the different parking providers. This is the only way to find the most suitable offer and reserve a parking space that exactly meets your needs.

For example, there are the economy parking garages P44, P42 and P41 which are located in the northern area and are among the parking lots with the best price-performance ratio. Bus line 635 will take you from the economy parking lots at Munich Airport to the terminals.

An alternative is parking near the terminals at Munich Airport. Between T1 and T2, in the parking garages P1, P5, P7, P26 and P27. P20 is also located in this area and offers drivers of e-cars the possibility to charge their cars, as new e-charging columns have been installed here.

Furthermore, there is a parking lot with valet service and several low-cost parking lots, which, however, are located further away from the airport. Therefore, we recommend you to inform yourself in time, compare the offers and use Parkimeter to book the best parking at Frankfurt Airport.

Airport facility "Franz Josef Strauß" Airport

Munich Airport has two terminals (T1 and T2), which have capacity for 53 million passengers a year. At T1, airlines handle about 15 million passengers per year. Terminal 2 is used by members of the Star Alliance and handles all Lufthansa air traffic.

An interesting piece of additional information is that Munich Airport is suitable for Airbus A380 landings and in 2004 became the first European airport to be approved to handle aircraft in the "New Large Aircraft" category.

Cafés, restaurants, bars and shopping facilities in the airport building.

Munich Airport has many restaurants, bars and cafes. So, after parking your car safely, you can wait for your flight in peace. During this time, you have the opportunity to eat something or enjoy a drink. From some of these stores you even have a view of the apron, where the impressive planes stand and prepare for takeoff.

In the main building of the airport is also the shopping center, with more than 150 stores, of Munich Airport. Here travelers will find various shopping opportunities, where both food, travel supplies and clothing can be purchased. In addition, you can take advantage of the cheap shopping in the duty-free store and get your loved ones already at the airport beautiful souvenirs.

Types of airport parkings

Valet (Pickup at terminal)

The fastest and most comfortable way to park in the airport. The driver will be waiting for you at the scheduled time at the terminal. At your return, call the driver, who will deliver your car to you.


The cheapest option: free 5-15 minutes transfer to the terminal. A free shuttle will bring you from the parking lot to the terminal and back when you return.

Inside the airport

The official parking inside the airport facilities. It is normally at walking distance from the terminal, but cheaper long stay parkings sometimes require short transfers.

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