Located next to Munich Airport, you can explore the interiors of two classic planes and have a great view of planes landing at MUC airport.

You can reach the Munich airport’s visitor park from Marienplatz by taking S-Bahn Lines 1 or 8 towards the airport (Flughafen). Get off at the “Besucherpark” station and then walk about 500 meters to the park.



There is a 1 Euro entrance fee that is paid via a vending machine (bring a Euro coin or two 50 cent coins)

There are three main planes exhibited... Lufthansa Junkers Ju 52, Swissair DC-3 or C-47 and a Lufthansa Lockheed Super Constellation or Connie.




Junkers Ju 52/3m (D-ANOY) is on display at the Visitors Park at Munich Airport.






This model was built under license in Spain...








Swissair DC-3 or C-47, moved to Munich airport visitor park in 1993 and displayed and preserved in old Swissair colours with fake registration HB-IRN (the real HB-IRN displayed in Lucerne)





Lufthansa Lockheed Super Constellation, a four engine turboprop with 3 rudders and tails.






C/N 4671 — is painted to represent Super Constellation D-ALEM, Lufthansa's first long-haul aircraft used in 1955 for flights from Hamburg to New York.













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