Out into the world from Bavaria: The fastest way is to depart from one of the three international commercial airports. They facilitate good connections from all regions to national and international destinations.

Munich Airport

1,000 take-offs and landings for short-, medium- and long-range flights, with over 100,000 passengers daily and connections to ca. 250 destinations in over 70 countries: Munich Airport is the second largest airport in Germany. As an aviation hub of European stature, it connects all of Bavaria to international air travel. Additionally, it receives numerous awards for its outstanding service.

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From Bavaria out into the world and back: There are three international airports that connect Bavaria to national and international air travel.

Nuremberg Airport

Nuremberg Airport links northern Bavaria with national and international air travel. It facilitates the urban region of Nuremberg and its globally active companies with good domestic and international connections. The airport's bonus points include its proximity to the city centre and the direct underground connection to Nuremberg's central train station, as well as more than 7,000 parking spots on-site and the short travelling time to reach the terminal.

Memmingen Airport

Surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in Germany, you'll find the newest and smallest Bavarian commercial airport: Allgäu Airport Memmingen (website in German) in southwestern Bavaria. This airport offers domestic connections to Berlin and Hamburg, as well as numerous international destinations like Great Britain and Ireland, connections to southern Europe and the Canary Islands. There are also destinations in eastern and southeastern Europe, as well as to further popular tourist destinations.