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Article from BTNews 31 JANUARY 2011

Munich Airport

Transit or stopover passengers can represent big numbers for some airports, typically Heathrow with at least 20% of the incoming traffic making a connection and passing on to further destinations.

Munich Airport is another key European hub keen to attract this potential business. 

It has now introduced what it calls its “Stopover Guide” enabling inbound passengers to quickly and easily transform transit time into a satisfying and culturally enriching experience.  The free guide, available in hard copy form at the arrivals gate and information desks presents options for travellers with time – from one hour to a full day – to spare. 

Passengers can experience Airbräu, the world's only airport brewery or visit the iPilot flight-simulator.  Included is a section called “Wellness and Beauty” as well as “MUC for kids”.  Vouchers for discounts on city tours, perks at the largest Hot Water Spa Complex in Europe, free cocktails at Kempinski’s pool bar, along with maps, directions and estimated travel times are included.

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