Retail and dining offerings unveiled for Munich Airport’s Satellite Terminal

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Left: A rendering of the new Bubbles Bar at Munich Airport

Munich Airport in Germany and airline operator Lufthansa have unveiled a series of retail and dining concepts to be opened in the airport’s new Satellite Terminal.

The new facility is scheduled for completion in April 2016 and will contain a central marketplace designed around the terminal’s apron tower. The area will be a naturally lit, open space with a selection of iconic German and international brands, popular Bavarian retailers and local bars and restaurants. Some of the offerings will include Allresto café, Viktualienmarkt snack bar, Hans im Glück burger restaurant, Lenbachs tower bar, Amo Italian restaurant and Bubbles Bar.

Rainer Beeck, senior vice president of commercial activities at Munich Airport, said, “Bavarian traditions and hospitality, Munich’s unique lifestyle and the blending of nature with state-of-the-art technology – these were the guiding principles behind the architectural design of the dining and shopping area.”

In total, the new space will include 16 retail stores, seven food and beverage locations, and three duty free shops. The new shopping and dining facilities will be run by Munich Airport subsidiaries Eurotrade and Allresto, as well as external retailers and restaurant operators such as Autogrill.

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