Surpassing the German capital in Business Aviation activity, this city is one of the most important Business Aviation epicentres. The region comprises the following airports, airfields and aviation cities: Munich Airport, Oberpfaffenhofen Airport, Pullach, Augsburg Airport, Oberhaching, Hallbergmoos, Landshut.
13% of the German business aircraft fleet is established in and around Munich, totalling 1,341 direct jobs for Business Aviation. Indirectly, this results in 4,888 direct, indirect and induced employees working in Business Aviation in the Bavaria region – maintaining 14% of the national share and 2.5% of the European share.
Die deutsche Pünktlichkeit (German punctuality!)
When comparing Business Aviation to Commercial Aviation, the biggest differentiator between the two is time: the average time savings offered by Business Aviation when flying to or from Munich was 189 minutes, with a median of 165 minutes for 16,959 flights.
On the grid
Commercial Aviation connects Munich with 127 destinations worldwide. Thanks to Business Aviation, an additional 308 destinations can be reached on top!