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Ski transfers from Munich Airport

FindTransfers can help you book cheap ski transfers from Munich Airport to ski resorts throughout Germany, Austria and Italy. If you are skiing in Austria or Italy then Munich Airport might not be your first thought, but it has a massive choice of flights and so the longer drive to resort might be worth it to get better priced or better timed flights from your home.

Use our system to tell us where you need to get to after landing at Munich Airport and we will get you the best priced offers from several taxi companies based around Munich and also around your destination. This is where using our system can really help, because it may be better for you to use an Austrian company for your transfer from Munich if you are travelling to an Austrian resort rather than a German company. Our system will make it easy to compare them side by side - you can then compare the transfer companies based on customer reviews, prices and their profiles and choose the company you like best.

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Minibus and taxi transfers from Munich Airport

FindTransfers is a quick and easy way to compare the prices of private transfers from Munich Airport. The local taxi companies that use our system have a variety of cars, minibuses and coaches in their fleets so you will always get a great offer for a transfer in the best vehicle for your group. All the companies that will send you offers are specialists in airport transfers and so they will know how much luggage to expect, and will also be able to accommodate and ski equipment or other sports equipment you may be travelling with.

Rather than have to explain your requirements on several websites, just make one transfer request in the FindTransfers system and let Munich Airport transfer companies send you their best offers.

Use the form at the top of the page to select your route.

Transfers from Munich Airport to Austria and Italy

Every year, millions of people fly to Munich Airport and then travel on to destinations in Austria and Italy. While Munich might not be the first airport that comes to mind if you are going to the Austrian alps or the dolomites, Munich Airport has a massive choice of flights so the longer drive to your holiday destination might mean you get a cheaper or better timed flight than trying to fly to Innsbruck, Salzburg or Milan.

This website will help you get the best prices for taxi transfers from Munich Airport to resorts in Austria and Italy. The reason FindTransfers is great for long distance transfers is that taxi companies do not like driving very far with empty vehicles. Just imagine a taxi takes passengers from a resort in the Dolomites to Munich Airport, a journey of 3-4 hours. That transfer company does not want that driver to travel all the way back from Munich Airport with no passengers earning no money. By sending lots of transfer requests to lots of companies, our system makes it likely that a local company will see your journey from Munich Airport and make you a great offer if it fits in with an existing booking.

Try it now - start by selecting your route at the top of this page!

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Book Munich Airport transfers online

If you are travelling far then it could save you loads of money if you book your Munich Airport transfers as far in advance as possible. Booking ahead also gives you the biggest choice of Munich Airport taxi companies which allows you to choose the one with the best company reviews. Our system is an easy way to compare several offers for your transfers on one page without contacting lots of different companies yourself.

Start by choosing your route from the form at the top of this page.

About Munich Airport

Munich Airport (officially called Franz Josef Strauss International Airport) is Germany’s second busiest airport handling around 38 million passengers per year. In 2005 and 2006 it was voted the Best Airport in Europe and the third best in the world, after Changi-Singapore and Hong Kong. Its facilites and services are praised and it boasts the well-equipped Munich Airport Centre, which offers business services and excellent recreational facilities, along with the Visitors` Park. Munich airport handles flights from all over Germany and the rest of Europe, as well as from North America and Asia. Munich airport has two terminals; Terminal 1 has six halls, A to F while Terminal 2 has two halls only, G and H. These two terminals feature 202 check-in desks, 142 gates and 47 airbridges handle incoming and outgoing air traffic with speed and efficiency. For more information on Munich Airport, check out the [url=http://www.munich-airport.de/en]official page[/url]. [b]Munich Airport Facilities[/b] Munich Airport provides excellent facilities to ensure that you have a comfortable stay at the airport while waiting for your flight. [b]Disabled Facilities at Munich Airport[/b] Munich Airport is fully accessible for passengers with reduced mobility. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted restrooms and elevators. There are text telephones at the Service Centre by the medical services. In all car parks there are places reserved for the disabled. For more information about [url=http://www.munich-airport.de/en/consumer/barriere/index.jsp]handicapped facilities[/url] at Munich Airport, please visit the airport’s official website. [b]Money and communication at Munich Airport[/b] Both of the terminals at Munich airport offer banking services with a number of banks, ATMs and bureaux de change. A post office is also available in the public area. [b]Munich Airport Restaurants[/b] There is a vast range of eateries at Munich Airport with everything from fast-food outlets to traditional Bavarian bars and restaurants. There are popular franchises such as Burger King and Mangostin as well as some airport operated snack bars. You can find a list of restaurants at Munich airport on this [url=http://www.munich-airport.de/en/consumer/shops/a-z/index.jsp]link[/url]. [b]Munich Airport Shopping[/b] Beyond security control, on the public side there are duty free and duty paid outlets in both terminals at Munich airport. There is a wide variety of shops ranging from retailers of food through electronics, clothing and accessories, perfumes and cosmetics, to jewellery and leatherwear. There is a list of all the shops on Munich airport’s official site. [b]Munich Airport Business centre[/b] In the Munich Airport Centre (MAC), which is the heart of the airport, there is a business service centre called Municon with 35 offices and meeting rooms to rent, as well as exclusive VIP lounges to book. The Kempinski Hotel is also equipped with extensive office, meeting and conference facilities for up to 400 people. The Internet Point in the Service Centre offers facilities such as a fax machine, copy machines, printers, scanners and computers. [b]Other facilities at Munich airport[/b] The airport has an extensive medical centre with a pharmacy and a dentist. There are also shower rooms and playing rooms for children. [b]Munich Weather[/b] Munich has got a continental climate, influenced by the proximity of the Alps. The winter months can be rather cold with light snowfalls. Between December and February it can be a little overcast and surprisingly dry. The springtime weather is never far away. Usually summers in Munich are fairly warm and very wet. During the best period of the year most of the city moves outdoors. You can check the forecast on this site. [b]Driving to / from Munich Airport[/b] Munich Airport is located on the north-eastern side of Munich, just off the A92, and is connected to four motorway exits. Access to the airport can be gained easily from any point in the city. Directions to Munich Airport from the north of the city: From Obershleissheim take the A92 (E53) all the way to Munich airport. Directions to Munich Airport from the south of the city: From Oberhaching take the A99 north to north-west until it meets the A92, then follow the A92 all the way to Munich airport. Directions to Munich Airport from the east of the city: From Kirchheim take the A99 north-west until it meets the A92, then follow the A92 all the way to Munich airport. Directions to Munich Airport from the west of the city: From Grafelfing take the A96 to the city centre, or from Munich city centre follow the signs for the A9. Take the A9 north until it meets with the A92 at which point turn right, then follow the A92 all the way to Munich airport. Along all routes, the airport complex is clearly signposted.

About FindTransfers

We believe that the best quality airport transfers are offered by the small local companies who care about what they do and know exactly where they are going! Not only do we want to help people find the best transfers at the best price, we also want to help taxi drivers and small airport transfer companies fill their vehicles by sending them more customers.

FindTransfers.com has therefore been developed to offer a platform for local transfer companies to attract more bookings. Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for potential customers to find and book with the best local taxis and airport transfer operators.

As a customer, all you need to do is enter your journey details on our home page and local taxi and airport transfer companies will give you their best offers. If you are a taxi or airport transfer company, visit our new transfer company page to become a part of our network.