19.10.2021 09:53
Group picture at the aircraft.

Photo: Graz Airport. From left to right: Holding Graz CEO Wolfgang Malik; Wolfgang Grimus, Managing Director Graz Airport and Finance and Investment City Councillor Günter Riegler with the Lufthansa crew.

Munich connected again

The Graz – Munich connection was resumed today by the Lufthansa Group after a break due to the coronavirus. Existing direct connections to Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Stuttgart complete the strong schedule for Germany from Graz.

With two daily flights for the time being, Graz Airport is well connected to the formidable Bavarian economic area, but also with the many transfer options from Munich Airport.

The flights to and from Graz are ideally located in the time structure of the Lufthansa hub in Munich (departure in Graz at 06:35 and 15:40, arrival in Graz at 13:10 and 21:40). This gives passengers from Graz the best connections to the worldwide route network, for example with connecting flights to Berlin, Hamburg, Copenhagen and Dublin, but also to intercontinental destinations such as New York, Chicago, San Francisco or Seoul.

Over 170 destinations are once again accessible non-stop from Munich Airport in October.
Munich Airport is particularly popular with passengers at Graz Airport due to the high quality of service in a wide range of areas. This exceptional customer focus has also been reflected in 13 awards as “Best Airport in Europe” at the annual “World Airport Awards” presented by the London aviation institute Skytrax.

For more details and responses please see the press release.