Shopping and dining in the new satellite terminal at Munich Airport

With the opening of its satellite terminal in April 2016, Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) and Deutsche Lufthansa AG will offer their passengers a totally new shopping and dining experience. At the heart of this experience is the light-filled central “marketplace” around the apron tower. Both domestic and international premium brands as well as well-known names from the Bavarian retail market and local gastronomy will be present in the new passenger building.

Photo: Yorck Dertinger © Flughafen München

Distinctive Bavarian lifestyle

Bavarian tradition and hospitality, the Munich lifestyle and the interplay of nature and modern technology are all reflected in the architectural design of the dining and shopping area. Passengers transferring to other flights can thus enjoy a bit of Bavarian atmosphere during their stops at Munich Airport. Overall, there will be 16 retail stores, seven catering establishments and three duty-free shops on the more than 7,000 square meters of floor space.

The assortment of restaurateurs ranges from high-quality burgers and tasty sandwiches to creative tapas, Austrian coffee culture and Italian wines, thus offering passengers a wide variety of culinary highlights.

The design of the three generously dimensioned Travel Value or Duty-Free areas reflects the attractiveness of the city of Munich and its region. Famous Munich streets such as Leopoldstrasse and Maximilianstrasse as well as squares such as Gärtnerplatz and Odeonsplatz served as inspiration for the design of the area.

The distinctive Bavarian lifestyle – combined with international flair – also characterizes the retail space. Traditional German brands alternate with international ones here. The palette ranges from Boggi Milano, Cedon, Lufthansa WorldShop, Picard and Pinko to Victoria's Secret, Steiff and Van Laack.