The summer flight schedule will begin on March 26, 2023, and end on October 28, 2023, on a Saturday. This summer, Munich Airport is offering many new destinations and a new airline. The largest airline at Munich Airport, Lufthansa, will start selling additional flight connections.
It will now include Osaka, Japan and Mexico City on its long-haul routes. Shanghai and Beijing will return to Lufthansa’s flight schedule on April 1 after a lengthy absence.
There will once again be flights to Bordeaux, France, and Rzeszow, southeast Poland, in Europe. The airline will also fly to Oviedo, the capital of the Asturias region in northern Spain, for the first time. In addition to the new destinations, Lufthansa is now offering nearly all of the routes it flew prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lufthansa will reactivate four of its out-of-service Airbus A380s for flights from Munich to destinations in North America.
In addition, Air China intends to begin service to the cities of Shanghai and Beijing this summer. Star Alliance partner All Nippon Airways (ANA) is returning to Munich after a three-year absence, while Lufthansa will offer more frequent flights to Tokyo. Beginning on March 27, there will be three weekly flights to the capital of Japan.
Likewise, EasyJet is launching a new route from Munich. The airline will fly to and from Naples up to three times per week beginning on June 28. Croatia Airlines will launch its sixth destination from Munich on June 27. The new location is Croatia’s popular vacation island of Brac.
Aside from the well-known airlines, a new airline is launching operations at Munich Airport. Fly One plans to begin service to Chisinau, Moldova’s capital, on June 26.
CEO of Munich Airport Jost Lammers remarked, “With a large number of airlines and a wide variety of destinations in the upcoming summer flight schedule, we are well on track to return to our pre-crisis level and further enhance the appeal of our premium hub.”