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The platforms for the S1 and S8 lines are located directly beneath the central area at Munich Airport and the S-Bahn trains heading toward the city center run every 20 minutes. You can buy tickets for the Munich public transport network once you arrive at the airport and they accept payment by cash, and debit and credit cards.
- Route 1 on the S8 Train (46 minutes): Take the S8 S-Bahn from the airport, heading toward “Ostbahnhof.” Change at “Ostbahnhof” and get on the U5 U-Bahn heading toward “Neuperlach.” Get off the train at the “Innsbrucker Ring” station and get on the U2 U-Bahn toward “Messestadt Ost.”
- Route 2 on the S8 Train (60 minutes): Take the S8 S-Bahn from the airport, heading toward “Herrsching.” Change at “Hauptbahnhof” and get on the U2 U-Bahn heading toward “Messestadt Ost.”
- Route 3 on the S1 Train (60 minutes): Take the S1 S-Bahn from the airport, heading toward “Ostbahnhof.” Change at “Hauptbahnhof” and get on the U2 U-Bahn heading toward “Messestadt Ost.”
There are 3500 cabs in Munich in total, so taking one to the Messe München trade fair center from the airport won’t be any problem at all. You will find plenty of cabs waiting right outside the terminal buildings. The fixed price for a one-way journey is EUR 63. It will take you around 35 minutes to get there, depending on what the traffic is like. This price applies only to the shortest route in kilometers between the airport and the trade fair center.
When a trade fair is on, bus company “Autobus Oberbayern” puts on air-conditioned coaches every 20 minutes to take you from Munich Airport directly to the trade fair center and back again. The journey takes less than 45 minutes. It will cost you EUR 9 for a single ticket and EUR 15 for a return. This service is offered free of charge to holders of the ISPO Card. You can buy your shuttle bus ticket ahead of the trade fair online on the Airport Trade Fair Express website.
During ISPO Munich 2020, the buses arrive from the airport at the entrance to Nord. Buses to the airport depart from the West and North entrances. There is a bus shuttle around the fair ground to get quickly from one entrance to the other.
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Messe München, in cooperation with Lufthansa, offers the facility to check your baggage in for your return flight at the trade fair center. Lufthansa will then arrange for your baggage to be transported to the airport. On-site baggage drop-off and transport are free of charge. That leaves you free to travel stress-free from the trade fair center to Munich Airport and saves you having to wait at the check-in desk. When you arrive at your destination airport, you’ll then pick up your baggage from the carousel in the usual way.
More information about the baggage service and its opening hours will be published here soon.