The new winter flight schedule will come into effect at the end of October at Munich airport. It will be valid from Sunday, October 30, 2022 to Saturday, March 25, 2023. A total of 157 destinations will be available to passengers traveling from Munich this winter: 14 within Germany, 107 within Europe and 36 long-haul.
Taiwan EVA AIR launches new schedulewill start flying to Munich — their first destination in Germany. Flights from Taipei to the capital are scheduled four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Dreamliner — Boeing 787–900 long haul aircraft.
As for the route network to North America, Munich Airport will offer even more connections this winter than before the pandemic. U.S. airlines United, Delta and American Airlines, as well as Lufthansa and Air Canada, will operate a total of 131 flights per week, connecting 13 cities in the United States and two in Canada with Europe.
In addition, Lufthansa will continue to fly to popular with tourists Dubai — five times a week, Cape Town and Miami — seven times a week each, but also to Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro and San Diego, which Lufthansa added this summer. The Indian metropolitan areas of Delhi and Mumbai, as well as Singapore, will now also become daily. Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways will expand their flight schedule with two flights a day to the Asian cities of Singapore and Bangkok.
In the tourism segment, Condor will serve the Canary Islands Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife — only 24 flights per week. Eurowings Discover and Lufthansa will add 20 weekly flights to the Canary Islands.
Greek airline SKY Express will fly to Munich for the first time. On the Athens route – Munich will operate five flights a week. Plus connections to 34 other destinations in Greece.