Munich Airport sets out winter scheduling

A Lufthansa A340 takes off from Munich Airport.
Photo Credit: Munich Airport

The new winter flight schedule at Munich Airport will begin at the same time as the clock change and last from Sunday, October 29, 2023 to Saturday, March 30, 2024.

During this period, passengers will be able to choose between 43 long-haul and 116 medium-haul destinations, as well as 13 cities in Germany.

Munich Airport Winter Schedule Highlights

As winter approaches, Munich Airport is gearing up to welcome travelers to its brand-new winter flight schedule, commencing on Sunday, October 29, 2023.

Deutsche Lufthansa, one of Munich Airport’s major carriers, is at the forefront of expanding its winter offerings. This winter season, they’re introducing exciting new destinations that will undoubtedly pique travellers’ interest.

Exterior view of Munich Terminal 2 complex.
Photo Credit: Munich Airport

Flying to Bangalore, India

For the very first time, Munich Airport will offer flights to the vibrant city of Bangalore, India. These long-haul flights will be available three times a week, using the Airbus A350, one of the world’s most state-of-the-art aircraft. Whether you’re heading to India for business or leisure, Lufthansa has you covered.

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Exploring Europe

Lufthansa is also spreading its wings across Europe, adding several new destinations to its winter schedule:

Oulu, Finland

Twice a week, travelers can now explore the enchanting city of Oulu, Finland. Experience the Northern Lights and the unique Finnish culture in this stunning destination.

Arrecife, Lanzarote

Arrecife, located on the picturesque island of Lanzarote, is now accessible once a week. Its golden beaches and volcanic landscapes await your discovery.

An aircraft at the terminal - Munich Airport
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Route Resumptions

After a hiatus, Lufthansa is bringing back two exciting destinations:

Glasgow: Explore the vibrant Scottish culture and breathtaking landscapes, with flights once a week.

Marrakesh: Experience the magic of Morocco, with flights twice a week, rekindling your love for this enchanting city.

Continued Long-Haul Services

Lufthansa’s long-haul excellence continues into the winter season with the continuation of their routes to Beijing and Shanghai.

But that’s not all! The routes to Bangkok and Los Angeles will now be served with the popular Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, offering passengers unparalleled comfort and luxury.

Other Airlines at Munich

Munich Airport is not only about Lufthansa; other airlines are also expanding their services to provide you with more travel options.


SalamAir from Oman has been connecting travelers to Muscat and Salalah twice a week since September 30, offering a gateway to the mesmerizing landscapes and culture of Oman.

Uzbekistan Airlines

Starting this winter season, Uzbekistan Airlines will commence flights to Tashkent, twice a week. This presents a unique opportunity to explore the rich history and vibrant culture of Uzbekistan.


The Norwegian airline Wideroe will add Bergen to its winter flight schedule in January 2024, making Norway’s charming coastal city more accessible to travelers seeking adventure.


For a touch of luxury, BeOnd, the new Maledivian airline, will connect Munich with Male using an Airbus A319 with exclusive business class seating every Wednesday and Sunday. Indulge in opulence and comfort on your journey.

A Beond Airlines Airbus A319 in new livery.
Photo Credit: Beond Airlines


SmartLynx will provide a twice-weekly service to Ras al Khaimah, the northernmost of the United Arab Emirates, offering you a unique Arabian experience.

Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways is increasing the frequency of its existing connection to Abu Dhabi from one flight a day to ten flights a week. This enhanced service ensures more flexibility for travel plans.

Marabu Airlines

In the realm of traditional tourism, Marabu Airlines is set to kick off flights to the Canary Islands. Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and Tenerife are on the list of sunny destinations to explore during the winter season, providing a perfect escape from the colder weather.

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