Good news for travelers! Munich Airport’s summer flight schedule offers more options for flights to Asia, thanks to China reopening for flights from Germany. Lufthansa and other airlines will fly to new destinations, and a new airline will start operating at the airport. Read on for more information.
- Lufthansa is adding more flights to Osaka, Mexico City, Shanghai, Bordeaux, Rzeszow, and Oviedo
- Four Airbus A380s will be reactivated for flights to North America
- Air China will launch flights to Shanghai and Beijing
- All Nippon Airways (ANA) will return to Munich after a three-year hiatus
- New airlines, including Easyjet and Fly One, will offer flights to Naples, Brac, and Chisinau
Munich is starting point for a new adventure
Munich Airport’s summer flight schedule includes new destinations and airlines. Lufthansa is adding more flights to Osaka, Mexico City, and Shanghai, and will also reactivate four Airbus A380s. Air China will launch flights to Shanghai and Beijing, while All Nippon Airways (ANA) will return to Munich after a three-year hiatus. Easyjet and Croatia Airlines will also offer new destinations, and a new airline, Fly One, will start flying to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. Munich Airport’s summer flight schedule is looking promising for travelers seeking more connections to Asia. China is opening up again for flights from Germany, which means Lufthansa and other airlines are launching new flights to the region. Lufthansa is set to add flights to Osaka, Mexico City, Shanghai, Bordeaux, Rzeszow, and Oviedo. Additionally, the airline is reactivating four of its Airbus A380s for flights to North America.
New destinations await you!
Air China is also planning to launch flights to two major Chinese cities, Shanghai and Beijing, while Lufthansa plans to increase the frequency of flights to Tokyo. Moreover, All Nippon Airways (ANA) is returning to Munich after a three-year hiatus, offering flights to the Japanese capital three times a week. In addition to these well-known airlines, new airlines are starting operations at Munich Airport. Easyjet is launching flights to Naples, while Croatia Airlines is introducing its sixth destination from Munich, the popular holiday island of Brac in Croatia. Finally, a new airline, Fly One, will begin operating flights to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, from June 26th. According to Jost Lammers, the CEO of Munich Airport, “With the numerous airlines and destination variety in the upcoming summer flight schedule, we are on the way to returning to pre-crisis levels and further increasing the attractiveness of our premium hub.”
Travelers flying out of Munich Airport will have many more options for flights to Asia this summer. With new destinations and airlines, including Air China, All Nippon Airways, and Fly One, the airport is well on its way to pre-pandemic levels of connectivity. Book your flight now and experience the magic of Asia!
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