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Munich Airport Opens More Shops & Restaurants

Munich Airport Duty Free

Munich Airport significantly expands its services in response to passenger growth as normality is gradually returning.

On average, there are currently 400 take-offs and landings with over 30,000 passengers every day. Those passengers can now take advantage of an extensive range of catering, shops, and services.

In total, more than 20 restaurants and bars, around 45 shops, and six car rental offices have reopened across the two terminals, the Munich Airport Center (MAC) and the Visitors Park.

As traffic increases once again, Munich Airport is resuming its role as a popular destination for new and innovative retail and catering concepts. For example, the “Hard Rock Cafe Munich Airport Rock Shop” is opening its doors in the MAC (Level 03, in the passageway to Terminal 1), allowing rock music fans to stock up on the world-famous collectibles and memorabilia from the Hard Rock Cafe.

Since May, there has also been an attractive new addition to the food and drink offering at the airport: “dean&david”, a Munich-based company that is synonymous with healthy food, high-quality ingredients and sustainable consumption, is serving up salads, Bowls, smoothies and more after security control in Terminal 2, Level 04.

Meanwhile, passengers in “MyDutyFree” in Terminal 2, Level 04, can now enjoy a hospitality area with a bar and stools, where they can find out about products and get advice in a relaxed atmosphere.

A newly developed digital wheel of fortune offers passengers attractive prizes: every passenger departing from Terminal 2 has a one-time chance to spin the wheel of fortune and win shopping vouchers or gifts.

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