Munich Airport is gearing up for the winter season with a revamped flight schedule that kicks off on Sunday, October 29, 2023, and runs through Saturday, March 30, 2024.
Travelers will be spoilt for choice with 43 long-haul, 116 medium-haul destinations, and 13 domestic routes within Germany.
Deutsche Lufthansa, Munich Airport’s flagship airline, is set to introduce several new destinations this winter. A notable addition is the thrice-weekly flights to Bangalore, India, operated by the cutting-edge Airbus A350. European travelers have more reasons to rejoice as Lufthansa launches routes to Oulu in Finland (twice a week) and Arrecife on Lanzarote (weekly). After a hiatus, the airline is also resuming its weekly flights to Glasgow and bi-weekly services to Marrakesh. Continuing from their summer additions, Lufthansa will maintain its routes to Beijing and Shanghai. Moreover, the airline is enhancing its service by deploying the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, on its Bangkok and Los Angeles routes.
But it’s not just Lufthansa that’s expanding its horizons. SalamAir from Oman initiated its bi-weekly flights to Muscat and Salalah on September 30. Come winter, Uzbekistan Airlines will introduce bi-weekly flights to Tashkent, while Norwegian airline Wideroe is set to add Bergen to its roster in January 2024.
Luxury travelers are in for a treat as the new Maldivian airline, BeOnd, will connect Munich with Male on Wednesdays and Sundays, boasting an Airbus A319 equipped exclusively with business class seating.
SmartLynx is also launching a bi-weekly service to Ras al Khaimah, the northernmost emirate of the UAE.
Additionally, Etihad Airways is amplifying its service to Abu Dhabi, increasing its frequency from daily flights to ten flights per week.
For those looking at traditional holiday destinations, the emerging airline Marabu is set to fly to popular spots like Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and Tenerife during the winter months.
With such an expansive and diverse flight schedule, Munich Airport solidifies its position as a key hub for travelers worldwide, offering unparalleled connectivity and choice.