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Irkutsk Intl. Airport

Transportation to Munich Airport from the City Center

Augsburg Airport

Augsburg Airport is located 7km from Augsburg city, a city in the German state of Bavaria. Augsburg Airport is used mainly for general aviation and business flights. The airport is located 60 km from Munich. Augsburg Airport is accessible by bus, car, or taxi. 


Another convenient and fast method of transportation to get to Augsburg Airport from the city center is by taxi. Taxis are a very comfortable transportation alternative. There are various taxi companies that operate throughout the city. Taxis are easy to find in the city but you could also have your hotel help arrange one for you. Taxi companies that you can choose from include Augsburger Taxizentrale, Augsburger Grobraumtaxi, Taxi Flughafentransfer Hanka and Taxi und Mietwagen Schrettle.


Taking the bus to Augsburg Airport from the city center is another option. The Augsburg city buses depart from many locations in the city and provide comfortable transportation to the airport for a reasonable price. For more information on bus routes and rates please visit Augsburg Airport’s website.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another great option to get to Augsburg Airport and to discover the city and its surroundings during your trip. There are various rental car companies located in the city center. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Avis, Budget, Europcar, Sixt, Autovermietung Greif and Autovermietung Straub-National.

Airport Information

Augsburg Airport is located in Affing, 7 km from Augsburg city in Bavaria. In 2005 all commercial passenger traffic was relocated to Munich Airport. Today Augsburg Airport is a regional airport operating general aviation flights and business flights. The airport operates out of one terminal building and features various services like health services, rental car services, a free parking lot, a shop featuring flight equipment, a restaurant, and seminar rooms.

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Munich Airport

Munich Airport is Germany’s second largest airport after Frankfurt Airport and it is also Europe’s 7th busiest airport and was the 34th busiest airport in the world in 2015. Located about 30 km from the city center Munich Airport is a major international airport operating both domestic and international flights. There are several transportation alternatives available to get to the airport from the city center. The airport is accessible by train, bus, and rental car. Munich Airport also contains indoor and outdoor parking lots that offer short-term or long-term parking options, so driving your personal car is another alternative.  


There is a rail system in place that provides transportation from the city center directly to Munich Airport. Trains depart every 10 minutes and provide transportation to terminals 1 and 2. The S1 train line connects Neufahrn, Moosach, Laim, Munich Hauptbahnhof, Marienplatz and Ostbahnhof with the airport and the S8 train line connects Ostbahnhof, Isartor, Marienplatz, Karlsplatz/Stachus, Hauptbahnhof, Laim and Pasing and Herrsching with the airport. For both lines the total trip from the furthest point on the line to the airport takes about 50 minutes.


One of the most convenient and fastest transportation alternatives to get to Munich Airport from the city center is by taxi. Taxi fares are calculated based on the kilometers traveled. A taxi to Munich Airport from the city center is reasonably priced. Taxis are easily accessible in the city or you can have the hotel you are staying at help arrange one for you.


Another method of transportation to get to Munich Airport from the city center is by bus. There are many bus routes that you can choose from. The bus route that you will take to get to Munich Airport will vary depending on your location in the city. For detailed information on bus routes and stops please visit Munich Airport’s website.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another transportation alternative to get to Munich Airport. There are various rental car companies located in the city center. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Sixt, Buchbinder, and Thrifty. You can also return your vehicle at the airport before your departure at the Car Rental Return area. Before heading to the airport we recommend taking a look at the traffic conditions and leaving accordingly.

Airport Information

Located about 30 km from the city center, Munich Airport is a major international airport serving the city. Munich Airport operates both domestic and international flights out of 2 passenger terminals. The airport covers quite a large area and features an inter-terminal shuttle bus to provide passengers with quick transportation between terminals. Terminals are equipped with standard services such as health services, rental car offices, ATMs, a lost and found, lounges, children’s play areas, baby care rooms, a health center, charging stations, Wi-Fi, a pharmacy, meeting rooms, 2 airport hotels, and sleeping cabins. Munich Airport also features special services and amenities such as a visitor’s terrace, events at the Munich Airport Center, children’s entertainment and more.

Munich Airport also contains a variety of restaurants, bars, and cafes that offer delicious examples of international cuisine and stores where passengers can do some last minute shopping. Venues where you can go shopping include Accessorize, Airport Souvenirs, United Colors of Benetton, Bobbi Brown, CEDON, Desigual, Duty Free/Travel Value, Gucci, GANT, Jo Malone, Pinko, Victoria’s Secret, and Wolford. Restaurants, cafes, and bars where you can enjoy something to eat or drink include Adelholzener Bar, Alfredo Café Bar, Bagutta Pizza Culture, Bistro Organic, Café Servus, Caviar & FineFood, Coffee Fellows, Langnese Bistro, Mc Donald’s, Segafredo Bar, Starbucks, Subway, and Wiener’s – Der Kaffee.  

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Transportation to Irkutsk City Center from Airport

There are many public transportation options you can prefer to reach the city center from Irkutsk Airport. Minibus and buses are the most preferred transportation options. You can also take the advantage of taxi or car rental options outside the terminal building if you don’t prefer public transportation. When you step outside the airport building, you will see three different stations as Station No 1, No 2 and No 3.Various transportation vehicles depart from each station to Irkutsk city center.


You can prefer to take a minibus for transportation to the city center from Irkutsk Airport. Minibuses are the transportation vehicles having the most frequent services with the most diverse lines compared to other transportation options. The minibuses depart from Station No 1 and Station No 2 at the airport at frequent intervals. If you want to use Station 1, you can do directly to Irkutsk railway station by taking the minibus line 20. There are 21 different minibus lines to reach the airport and you can reach the city center at a very low price like 20 Rubles by choosing the most suitable line for you.  


You can also go to Irkutsk city center by public buses or the airport buses if the minibus and trolleybus service times are not suitable for you. The buses, just like other public transportation, provide fast, comfortable and affordable transportation. It is possible to go into the city center in 15 minutes by paying only 20 Rubles.


One of the easiest ways to reach Irkutsk city center from Irkutsk Airport is by trolleybuses. If you prefer to travel by trolleybus, which is more convenient compared to buses, you need to go Station 1 or Station 3 at the airport. The trolleybus line 4 departing from Station No 1 goes to Kirov Square in the city center, while the trolleybus line 6 departing from Station No 3 goes to Zhukovski Square. Transportation by trolleybus approximately costs 20 Rubles and you can reach Irkutsk city center in 10 or 15 minutes.


There are plenty of taxis that provide 24/7 service outside Irkutsk Airport terminal and wait to pick up the airport passengers. If you are in a hurry and if you are willing to pay 410-500 Rubles, taking a taxi may be the best alternative you can prefer to reach the city center. It takes about 15-20 minutes to get to the city center by taking a taxi.

Rent a car

If you are going to stay in Irkutsk more than two days, it would be useful for you to rent a car as soon as you arrive at the airport. Renting a car could be a better alternative in terms of price and comfort. If you make a quick search beforehand and go to the car rental offices by making a pre-reservation, your reserved car can be delivered to you in minutes. The route you need to follow to get to Irkutsk city center by the car you have rented is Sovetskaya Street and Krasnokazachya Ulitsa. You can reach the city center in 12 minutes.

Last Updated: 17 Nov 2016

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Which airports can I use for Munich-Irkutsk flights?

For Munich-Irkutsk flights, you can use Augsburg Airport, Munich Airport, München Railway Station as departure airport, and Irkutsk Intl. Airport for arrival.

How many kilometers is the flight distance from Munich-Irkutsk and how long does the flight take?

The flight distance between Munich-Irkutsk is 6146 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 7 hour 40 minutes.

Which day is the most convenient for Munich-Irkutsk flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Munich-Irkutsk flights is Monday.

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