Munich MUC Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Munich MUC Airport

Layout of Munich Airport Complex; Arriving  Connecting Passengers; Notices; Terminal Details; Munich Airport Center (MAC),  Amenities & Services, including Airline /Airport Lounges:

The passenger terminal complex at Munich Airport presently consists currently of two passenger terminals: T1 and T2 - connected in the center on levels 3 & 4 to the Munich Airport Center (MAC). Both terminals offer a multitude of amenities and services, including free WiFi LAN for up to 30 minutes (available in the waiting areas of both terminals). 

Arriving & Connecting Passengers:  
Transfer passengers find Munich Airport to be one of the most efficient terminals in the world, with a minimum connecting time of 35 minutes. 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.
- 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 - passengers and visitors are - by pushing a button - linked via live videoconference with members of the Information team, giving you quick answers to your inquiries.
- Interactive devices with touchscreens are available throughout Terminals 1 & 2, giving you details on how to get quickest to your gate, how to find your restaurant or shop, and more. 
-  Weary transit travelers may want to take a nap at the so-called 'Napcabs' located at Terminal 2, leel 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.
- Airline & Airport lounges are listed separately at the bottom of this page.

TERMINAL DETAILS - Terminals 1 & 2 and its connecting MAC (Munich Airport Center):

Terminal 1 - with H & G airline gates - handles all non-members of the Star Alliance  (except GermanWings 4U & Condor DE - located at Module D for lack of capacity ). 
T1 has 5 self-contained 'sub-terminal' modules A - E: 
   Modules A , B, C & D are on Levels 3,4 & 5, handling both departure & arrival facilities;
   Module E is on Level 4, handling Arrivals only. 
   Modules A to D include landside drive-by lanes and parking. 
T1 houses boarding gates H1-H58 and G1-G58 & G61-G84.
Check-in for some T1 departure flights are in Central Area Z ('Zentralbereich').
Flights requiring increased security
are processed in Hall F, which is near Terminal 2. 

Terminal 2 - with A, B, C & D airline gates - serves as hub terminal for Lufthansa and Star Alliance members. Its facilities are arranged around the central Plaza at levels 3, 4 & 5 - with access on levels 3 & 4 to Piers North & South on opposite ends.  The departure levels include levels 03 (bus gates), level 04 ('G' Schengen gates) & level 05 ('H' non-Schengen gates). After security control is the gate area:
    The Gate area
with gates A1-A34, B1-B17, C1-C10 & D1-D23 - is divided into Piers North & South (at opposite ends), and houses in the center the gates which are entered through the Plaza:  Pier North uses levels 3, 4 & 5; Pier South levels 3 & 5:. 
    The Plaza,  Levels 3, 4 & 5 with G & H gates:
       Plaza Level 3 houses a train ticket counter, baggage carousels, check-in and bulky luggage, children's corner, information, transfer point bank & cash point, and Lufthansa baggage tracing.  Level 3 also has access to both Piers North & South with bus transport to the gates.
       Plaza Level 4 has access to the 'G' Schengen gates and 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.

    [New T-2 'Satellite Pier' - located in the center of the airport apron and linked to Terminal 2 by a 400-meter tunnel via automated train system (ATS) - is scheduled to officially open by April 26,2016. It will feature mobile passenger bridges, a new series of retail & dining options with a central marketplace for German & international brands, and a total of 16 retail stores, 7 food & drink locations and 3 duty-free shops, as well as five Lufthansa luxury lounges. Th27 new gate poitions allow passengers to to board the aircraft directly..  The new Pier will also offer:
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 loungewith reclining chairs, newspaper & TV.
Lufthansa service desks offering information & help with connecting flights.  For its new lounges, see 'Airline & Airport Lounges' below.]

With the opening of the new Satellite Pier, Airport capacity has increased to 36 Million passengers a year.

The Munich Airport Center, or 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.
Amenities and Services offered in both terminals include -aside from a large number of 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, and Medical services (specialty doctors, dentists, Radiological Diagnostics Center & pharmacies).  Left Baggage tel. +49 89 975-21375; Lockers tel. +49 89 975-52530; 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 Aiport & Lufthansa:  One of the lounges - the First-Class Lounge on the top level of the new faclity - will serve first-class and HON-circle members and include work spaces & some bedrooms - while the 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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