Munich Airport is situated 29 kilometres from Munich and is the second busiest German airport, serving over 30 million annual passengers. The airport is officially named the Franz Josef Strauss International Airport after the famous Bavarian politician. Munich Airport is a hub for Lufthansa and Star Alliance airlines.
Car hire at Munich Airport is available from Avis, Europcar, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, and National/Alamo. These agency desks are located in the Central Area, and cars are parked in car park section P6. Car hire is a great way to see Munich. For the best prices, make sure you use an online comparison company and choose the rate and discounts to suit your needs. You can also request car safety seats, GPS systems, and other requests pertaining to persons with reduced mobility.
The main facilities at Munich Airport are located between the two terminals at the Munich Airport Centre (MAC). Shopping and recreation is localised in this area of Terminal 1. There is a shopping mall and an S-Bahn (train) station. At the MAC Forum of Terminal 2, there is a large outdoor recreation area with a semi-transparent tent cover to let in lots of natural light.
Services at Munich Airport for persons with reduced mobility include special assistance and added accessibility to airport features. The airport suggests that guests let their airline know at the time of booking. Additionally, travellers should announce their arrival at Munich Airport at an information desk. Passengers can reach all terminals via lifts. At the check-in desks, an airport employee can assist you with check-in, baggage, security, and even help you get to your plane. Munich Airport offers wheelchairs to lend for those who will need them while at the airport.
To contact the airport, please dial +49(0)89 97500. You can also email the customer relations desk by filling out the form at: http://www.munich-airport.de/en/general/kontakt/index.jsp.