|Best Price Found||$130||The best flight deal from Berlin to Munich found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $130|
|Fastest flight time||1h 10m||The fastest flight from Berlin to Munich takes 1h 10m|
|Direct flights||Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun||Direct flights go from Berlin to Munich on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The only airline offering direct flights is Aegean Airlines.|
|Airports in Munich||3 airports||There are 3 airports near Munich: Oberpfaffenhofen (OBF), Munich Franz Josef Strauss (MUC), Munich Augsburg/Mühlhausen (AGB)|
The cheapest time of year to fly to Munich from Berlin is December. Most expensive is August
The cheapest day of the week is typically Monday. The most expensive is typically Sunday
Berlin to Munich flights are approximately 19% more expensive in the morning than at noon
Eurowings, Lufthansa, and easyJet are the most popular carriers operating from Berlin to Munich
Berlin Brandenburg - Munich Franz Josef Strauss
Fly from Berlin Brandenburg to Munich Franz Josef Strauss for the best Berlin - Munich flight prices
56 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Berlin to Munich is approximately 56 days to departure
Cons: Everything from checking in where I asked for an aisle seat and was informed that I was given an aisle seat just to find that I was given a middle seat on both legs even though I had checked in for the second leg of the trip. Added to which my luggage is now missing
Pros: The staff handled everything really well. Continuously being updated to the delay reasons.
Cons: Being stuck on a plane on the tarmac for 2+ hours, before being moved to a corridor, and then a bus, and then boarding a new plane. No information about delay compensation or refunds being given. No provisions for providing food or drinks for the toddlers/babies/children that had been kept on the plane for a couple of hours.
Very old flight
Some of our partner airlines flying from Berlin Brandenburg to Munich Franz Josef Strauss are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are easyJet, Lufthansa, and Eurowings. You can search for the full list of airlines like easyJet that are offering this flexibility.
Berlin Brandenburg and Munich Franz Josef Strauss are 313.2 mi apart from one another. A reasonable flight in good conditions will take 1h 10m.
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