Flights from Dubai to Munich
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Flight information Dubai to Munich
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Average flight time, total distance 4568 kilometers
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Frequently asked questions
Those booking flights from Dubai to Munich will be able to make the journey directly out of both of Dubai’s airports. Regular flights from Dubai to Munich are available with Emirates (How to beat the Emirates baggage allowance rules), the flag carrier of Dubai, with all flights leaving out of Dubai International Airport. Additionally, you can also catch flights on a seasonal basis from Al Maktoum International Airport with Condor.
* This information is correct as of June 2018
Airport Information - Arriving
Munich Airport is the primary airport in Munich and the second busiest in Germany located around 30 km from the city center of Munich. The airport is made up of two passenger terminals which includes the newer Terminal 2 which opened up in 2003. Once your flight has arrived at the airport there are many ways that you can make your way into the city and the surrounding area including public transport. One of the most convenient ways to reach Munich is on the S-Bahn line or by public bus, while you can also find taxis available just outside of the airport. If you're thinking about exploring further afield, you could also consider renting a car in Munich. While you wait for your flight to the airport you will find a huge range of facilities and amenities available including designer shops, duty-free stores and plenty of restaurants and cafés, many of which are in the Munich Airport Center between the passenger terminals.
Airport Information - Departing
Dubai International Airport is Dubai’s primary airport made up of three passenger terminals. Reaching the airport is possible in a number of ways including by public bus or on the Dubai Metro. If you are catching flights with Emirates you will be based at Terminal 3 which is directly connected to the metro system. Alternatively, plenty of short- and long-term parking spaces can be found at the airport for vehicle owners. While you wait at the airport you can browse through an extensive range of shops, restaurants and other amenities to help pass the time. Additional facilities available include complimentary Wi-Fi, spa treatments, rest zones and many luxurious airport lounges.
Al Maktoum International Airport is Dubai’s secondary airport which is still under development and projected to grow into the world’s busiest international airport. Although the airport has not yet been fully completed, you will still find all of the essential amenities and facilities you would need for an enjoyable stay. Along with duty-free shopping and plenty of retail and travel shops, there are ample dining and drinking choices available for travelers.
What to Expect in Munich
As a UAE national traveling to Germany, you are able to enter the country visa free as the country is a part of the Schengen Area. Although the city enjoys warm and pleasant summers, you can expect temperatures over the winter to be very cold with the odd bit of snowfall so make sure you pack the appropriate clothing. You will need to put your clocks back by two hours when you arrive in Munich to get on local time, while the currency used in the country is the euro.
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