Moxy Hotels has opened its latest hotel in Munich, Germany. Moxy Munich Airport will offer the style and soul of a boutique hotel that is surprisingly affordable. The first Moxy Hotel opened in Milan, Italy in 2014. “Moxy offers a new way of traveling where affordability is not a sacrifice of style, nor a loss of comfort,” said Amy McPherson, president and managing director, Marriott International, Europe.
Commencing on Friday April 15th, Munich will be served 12 times per week by bmi regional from Southampton Airport. For leisure visitors, Munich enjoys year round appeal ranging from its famous Oktoberfest, the stunning English Garden and of course the spectacular Christmas markets.
Despite the generally challenging economic conditions, Munich Airport yet again posted all-time records for sales and passengers in the 2012 operating year: Preliminary figures reported by FMG, the airport’s operating company, indicate total revenues of just under €1.2 billion for the group over the past year – a gain of more than €50 million, or 5%, as compared with 2011.
Chelsea has beaten Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final following a penalty shoot-out at the home of the German side. Tens of thousands of football fans flocked to Munich to enjoy the UEFA celebations which also included the 2012 UEFA Women’s Champions League final.
Munich Airport operating company FMG has welcomed the positive planning approval decision by the District Government of Upper Bavaria for the construction of a third runway at the airport. Also in Europe today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Munich.
For the first time in its history, the airport topped the 8 million passenger mark in the first three months of a calendar year, with the total number up 12 percent over the same period a year earlier.
Munich Airport’s new summer timetable features flights to a total of 223 destinations in 68 countries around the world, including 20 German cities, 154 continental routes and 49 destinations in the long-haul segment.
Now the sun generates electricity on the roof of Munich Airport`s new Terminal 2: On July 10, 2003 the largest solar-powered electrical plant at any civil airport worldwide went into operation. Dr. Otto Wiesheu, Bavarian Secretary of State for Economics, Transport and Technology, unveiled the solar energy system`s performance display and started its operation. The state-of-the-art system will generate 445,000 kWh per year, enough to cover the yearly electricity needs of about 155 households.