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airport authorities are smiling again. The autumn/winter 2021 season is looking good with the return of many airlines and the rise of Lufthansa. In total, the airport will be linked again this September to 170 destinations, i.e. 80% of its pre-Covid network.

On the intercontinental front, since last week Air Canada has been offering three flights a week from Munich to Toronto non-stop. Passengers can also fly to Canada on five weekly Lufthansa flights to Vancouver.

Singapore Airlines, which resumed flights to Munich in January, has just announced the addition of two more frequencies per week. The Bavarian metropolis is now connected five times a week, an increase in capacity also due to Singapore’s recent decision to welcome travellers arriving from Germany without a mandatory quarantine. The only requirement is a negative PCR test that is less than 72 hours old. Travellers must also undergo a PCR test on arrival and after three days in Singapore.

More flights to Europe with Lufthansa

From 1 October, Lufthansa will be serving Dubai three times a week with Airbus A350s. It will have to cohabit with the airline Emirates. The latter has just announced that it will be increasing its weekly flights between the two cities from seven to nine in October.

Lufthansa has also just announced an increase in its flights to Europe from Munich. The carrier has announced that it will be operating around 100 additional flights per week to a total of 20 European destinations. This increase in capacity includes flights to Amsterdam, Budapest, Copenhagen, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm and Vienna. The airline also announces the resumption of its routes to Birmingham, Basel, Leipzig, Luxembourg, Paderborn and Stuttgart.

Finally, EasyJet is increasing its flights to London-Gatwick (four times a week) and Milan-Malpensa (three times a week) this autumn.