Flights from Dublin to Munich
Flight information Dublin to Munich
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Average flight time, total distance 1382 kilometres
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This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Munich
Aer Lingus and Lufthansa fly at least twice a day from Dublin to Munich.
Terminal Information - Departing
Lufthansa depart from Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport, whereas Aer Lingus fly from Terminal 2.
Terminal 1 has everything you’ll need prior to your flight, including an Executive Lounge where you can relax with complimentary snacks and a comfortable seating area. It costs €20 to access this for 3 hours. There’s a Duty Free store, as well as a small newsagent and plenty of places to eat too.
Terminal 2 is home to all Aer Lingus flights. You can check in on the west end of Terminal 2. All terminal 2 check in desks are located on the ground floor. Occasionally this can be a pretty busy terminal, as all Aer Lingus US flights depart from this Terminal too. There’s a Duty Free store, and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat before your flight. There’s also a multi-faith prayer room.
Free Wifi is offered in both Terminal 1 and 2 at Dublin Airport. There are also plenty of ATMs and a foreign currency exchange (even though you won’t need it for Germany!).
Terminal Information - Arriving
Munich Airport is often rated as one of the most pleasant airports to travel through in the world. On arrival, you’ll notice the airport is modern, clean and typically well kept, as well as easy to transit in and out of. You can expect to move from plane to the road in less than 15 minutes.
The best way to get from the airport to Munich is via the S Bahn, for which there are clear signs for after baggage reclaim. You’ll need to head to Terminal 1 to head to the station. These depart every 20 minutes and take 45 minutes to reach the centre. There is also a Lufthansa Airport Bus that departs every 20 minutes, and takes approximately 35 minutes. The bus stops at Terminal 1 and 2 at Munich Airport. You are able to purchase a ticket on the bus.
There’s free Wifi on arrival, and it’s easy to move between terminals too.
You’ll need to present your passport when travelling from Ireland to Germany, but you won’t need a visa for entering the country.
Make the whole process smoother by having your documents ready to present, and have your liquids separated into a small resealable plastic bag, with no bottles exceeding 100ml. You will need to be at the airport 2 hours prior to your flight to Munich.
Germany uses the Euro, so you will not have to exchange currency.
What to expect in Munich
The capital of Bavaria is most well known for their beer festival: Oktoberfest! During October this city is an absolute hive of activity, and the airport can get pretty busy. As a city, Munich is much more affordable than Dublin, however accommodation prices also tend to increase in October due to the crowds. Beer is much cheaper here, costing as little as €2 for pint in some small German bars.
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