Munich MUC Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Munich MUC Airport

Layout of Munich Airport Complex; Arriving & Connecting Passengers; NOTE; Terminal Details (Terminals 1 with self-contained 'Modules' A - E, Terminal 2 with its Plaza & its new T2 Satellite); Munich Airport Center (MAC),  and Amenities & Services, including Airline /Airport Lounges:

The Passenger Terminal Complex at Munich Airport currently consists of  passenger terminals T1 and T2 (centrally connected on levels 3 & 4 to the Munich Airport Center (MAC), and the new T2 Satellite (connected to T2 by underground train) - offering a multitude of amenities and services, including free WiFi service via DT's HotSpot portal.   (Airline & Airport lounges are listed separately at the bottom of this page).
    Arriving & Connecting Passengers:  Transfer passengers find Munich Airport to be one of the most efficient terminals in the world. The following services are provided to arriving and connecting passengers: 
- Guidance through baggage claim areas and to departure gates.
- Directing passengers arriving from non-Schengen countries to passport control.
- Directing passengers arriving from non-member EU countries to security screening.
- Excellent immigration service;
- 'Napcabs' mini hotel room in the transit area of T2(see 'NOTE' below).
- For incoming passengers, whose flight is late, Ramp or Gate Direct Service (RDS /GDS) picks them up by bus at their air carrier, along with their bags, and brings them directly to the connecting flight (if customs/passport control are needed, passengers will pass special ramp-side checkpoint).

- Virtual InfoGates
with life-size screens are located  throughout the Airport - - by pushing a button, passengers and visitors are linked via live video conference with members of the Information team, for quick answers to their inquiries.
- For details on how to get quickly to your gate, find your restaurant or shop, and more - use the interactive devices with touch screens.
- Weary transit travelers may want to take a nap at the so-called 'Napcabs' located at Terminal 2, level 5, near gates H32, & at level 4 next to gate G06.
- Transfer passengers:
Screens at arrivals gates display onward connections - follow the arrow .
- Passengers are able to wander through an outdoor plaza hosting exhibits and performances, or visit an outdoor terrace.
- Lufthansa passengers may use the new Interkep baggage pickup service collecting bags and sports items within 80 km of the Airport, including checking in of items at 19.90 euros (tel. 0800 800 6044).

TERMINAL DETAILS  (A: Terminal 1;  B: Terminal 2 with new T2 Satellite;  C: T2's 'MAC' (Munich Airport Center):

A - Terminal 1 - with boarding gates H1-H58 and G1-G58 & G61-G84 - handles all non-members of the Star Alliance  (except GermanWings 4U & Condor DE - located at Module D for lack of capacity ).  Flights requiring increased security are processed in Hall F, located near Terminal 2. Check-in for some T1 departure flights are in Central Area Z ('Zentralbereich').
   Terminal 1 is divided at its levels 3, 4 & 5 by self-contained Modules/ sub-terminals A through E. Modules A through D include landside drive-by lanes and parking.  Each of  Module levels 3, 4 & 5 have similar layouts:
- Level 3: offers access to their relevant parking facilities and to Arrivals/Departures.
- Level 4 - with the exception of Module E* serving Arrivals only - is divided into Arrivals (east) and Departures (west) - with separate enrances/exits, and with escalators & elevators, leading to/from level 5.
  (a) Level 4 Departures:   Across from the Bus stop, and using the West entry door,  is  the information desk, with ticket counters on each side, check-in facilities beyond, and security checkpoint leading to the boarding area.
  (b) Level 4 Arrivals:  Passengers proceed to the baggage conveyor belt, go through Customs, and security check and enter the Arrivals hall with information counter, cash point and Departure customs.
- Level 5 is the Boarding Area, reached after security check.  Level 5 also houses the five  'Legend' Lounges available at each of Modules A through E:
Atlantic Lounge (FMG), Europa Lounge (FMG), Salon Air France, Delta Crown Room Club, and Emirates Lounge.
* NOTE:  a newly upgraded segment of Module E's gates E11 - E17, and the correponding airline ticket hall for both Alaska & Delta airlines. It also includes a new security checkpoint at gate E16 and at baggage claims E13 & E14.  Phase 4 of Module E's upgrade project includes redevelopment of gates E2-E10 and adding more concessions. Thereafter, work begins on the final phase in 2017.

B - Terminal 2 serves exclusively Lufthansa Airlines and its partners (Star Alliance members). 
   Lufthansa uses non-Schengen gates H1-48 and Schengen gates G1-84 (at center)- while
   Lufthansa airline partners
use gates A1-A34, B1-B17 (at North Pier), C1-C10 & D1-D23 (at South Pier).
Both the Plaza* and Pier North occupy levels 3, 4 & 5, while Pier South occupies levels 3 & 5.
   T2's level 2 houses the train station;
   T2's levels 3 & 4 connect to parking garage (at east) and to taxi & bus (at west), while level 3 also connects to rental cars (east):
- Level 3 is the Arrivals level from gates G61-84 via level 4, with a baggage claim, check-in facilities and outside bus & taxi services;
- Level 4 (with access to/from parking garage) is the departure level with check-in facilities, shops, and gates G1-48 (G19-28 in center). Level 4 also
   T2's  levels 4 & 5 house the Plaza in the center, with Pier North at right and Pier South at left; while the new Satellite Pier can be reached by underground train shuttle.
- Level 4 houses the following Lufthansa facilities: First-Class, Senator & Business lounges, the Senator Cafe,  Priority check-in,  Service Center, Ticket counters and its World Shop.
- Level 5 is the Departure level with shops and access to  gates H1-48 (gates H28-1 at left, gates 29-48 at right. Level 5 also houses the First-Class & Senator Lounges, Business Lounge, and 3 Lufthansa Service Centers.

* The Plaza,  Levels 3, 4 & 5 with G & H gates:
- Plaza Level 3 is the Arrivals level with baggage claim, Customs, cash points, security checks (for departures & arrivals), the arrivals hall housing a DB train ticket counter, check-in bulky luggage, children's corner, information counters, check-in facilities, bank, cash point, children's corner, transfer-, bank- & cash points, and Lufthansa baggage tracing.  Level 3 also offers access to both Piers North & South with bus transport to the gates.
- Plaza Level 4 has access to the 'G' Schengen gates and houses Lufthansa's Business, First Class & Senator Lounges; its first-class check-in, its service center and ticket counters, curbside/driveup check-in and Lufthansa's support services.
- Plaza Level 5 has access to the 'H' non-Schengen gates, and to parking facilities. It has a cash point, a chapel, customs (departures), information counter & checkpoint. Lufthansa services include a service center, support services, Business /Senator /First-Class lounges.  At Gates H31-34 is a free  'Recreation Area' with reclining chairs and separate work stations.

    Transfer between T2 and new Satellite Pier:  The new automated PST (personal transport system) train will run between T2 and its new Satellite within one minute - along a 1,250-foot track at 16mph - able  move up to 9,000 passengers an hour in each direction.   

    The new and huge T2 Satellite Pier - opened after intensive testing - has 27 pier-side boarding gates (with direct access to the aircraft) - increasing total Airport capacity  to 36M passengers a year. The new PST train connects to its main terminal T2 in less than a minute, by means of an 382-meter underground tunnel with two tracks.
The new T2 Satellite Pier features mobile passenger bridges, a new series of retail & dining options with a central market place for German & international brands (including 16 retail stores, 7 food & drink locations and 3 duty-free shops). The 27 pier-side boarding gates allow passengers to to board the aircraft directly. Other amenities & services at the T2 Satellite Pier include:
 - Baby-changing tables in all restrooms;
 - Well-marked play areas for smaller children;
 - Unaccompanied minors lounge, with soccer table, 2 PCs, a play corner & large cushions.
 - Quiet Zones with reclining seating;
 - Business Zones with free WLAN access, abundant electric outlets & USB connections;
 - 4 Shower facilities on the non-Schengen level  - accessible to all passengers.
 - A restricted mobility lounge with reclining chairs, newspaper & TV.
 - Lufthansa service desks offering information & help with connecting flights
 - 5 Lufthansa lounges (listed under Airline & Airport Lounges below).
 - construction started on a large Bavarian-style duty-free area .

C - The Munich Airport Center (MAC) connects both T1 & T2, and is for shopping, business & recreation. The older Central Area has an underground shopping mall and the S-Bahn station.  The MAC Forum is a large outdoor area with a tent-like & partly transparent roof, and adjacent to it is the airport hotel.
- Level 3 houses  an Information desk, cash point, children's corner & Kinderland, Rail & bus ticket counters, Lost & Found, meeting point & Post Office. Level 3 also offers access to: bus stop & taxi stand, rental car center, check-in, Parking P10 & P9, and Terminal 1's  Modules C,D,E (left) and Modules A,B,F (right),  and to Terminal 2 - Modules G,H.
- Level 4 houses in the Central Area a medical center, travel market & a chapel, and offers access to the Transrapid and to Terminal 2.
   Airport Amenities and Services include food & drink and retail concessions - WiFi access, business center, banking and currency exchange, digital world, a cloak room, entertainment, finance & law; health-related services; hotels, information counters, lost & found, lounges, meet & assist service; meeting & conference rooms, rental car counters, Service Centers, individual terminal services, tourist information booths, a law office, VIP services, Medical services (specialty doctors, dentists, Radiological Diagnostics Center & pharmacies), Left Baggage tel. +49 89 975-21375; Lockers tel. +49 89 975-52530; and Conference Center tel. +49 89 975-93200.
    Airline & Airport Lounges at Munich Airport: Note that all lounges are at post-security areas. 
At Terminal 1: 
- Air France KLM Lounge - tel:  +49 (0) 89-975 91118 (Module D, level 5);
- British Airways Galleries Lounge - email: (Module B, level 5);
- Emirates lounges - visit (level 5, Module C);
- Atlantic Lounge - tel. +49 89 975-2 13 29 (level 3, Departures C)
- Europe Lounge  - tel. +49 89 975-2 13 23 (behind security check, level 5, Module D) for the following airlines: AB, SU, WW, CY, D9, FI, FV, S7, RO, UT, EI, MK, V3, DL, EY, WY, RJ, S4, & U6.
At Terminal 2:
-Lufhansa Senator & Business lounges for EU on level 4 - contact member airline or visit  Senator Lounge access: Star Alliance, LH, CA, C9, EW, QR;   Business Lounge access:  Star Alliance, LH, AC, UA, A3, KM, QI, BD, US, JP, G, QR.
-Lufthansa Senator Cafe at level 4 - accessible to Star Alliance LH, LH Regional, KM, QI, JP & LG
-Lufthansa Senator & Business lounges for non-EU on level 5 - contact member airlines or visit  Senator Lounge access: Star Alliance, LH, CA, EW, MS, C9 & QR.   Business Lounge access: Star Alliance, LH, AC, UA, A3, KM, QI, BD, US, JP, LG, QR.
At new T2 Satellite:  5  luxury lounges by April 2016 - jointly owned by Munich Airrport & Lufthansa:
-Lufthansa First-Class Lounge is on the top level - to serve first-class and HON-circle members - and includes work spaces & some bedrooms.
-Lufthansa's other four Senator & Business Lounges on the non-Schengen level cater to Lufthansa passengers with   business-class, frequent flyer & Lufthansa Senator status.]

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