Munich International Airport

Finally the time has come for our group to go back to Jakarta. We flew again with Turkish airline from Munich International airport which called Frans Josef Strauss International Airport. We had to transit in Istanbul and Singapore before arriving in Jakarta.

This is going to be my last post of our East Europe Trip. After 25 posts, I have finished uploading my East Europe journey in my blog:) In this post, I just want to share how the Munich airport looks like.

The departure hall is huge, Lufthansa has a special section right at the center of the departure hall. After the immigration, we'll find duty free shop inside. The immigration was very detail, every SLR camera were checked thoroughly, and the officer tried each of the SLR camera!

We arrived 3 hours before our schedule, so we checked in first prior to the tax refund process. The gate was not open yet, but all the luggage already queue up. One person carry max 30 kg, and if the luggage is over 30 kg, the lady at the check in counter asked our group to take out some stuffs. Our tour guide explained that it's a government policy due to health concern for the porter, max luggage wight is 30 kg. 

For those who have items to be declared for the tax refund, after checking in, the baggage should be taken to the tax refund section. After completing the tax refund process, the baggage shall be dropped in at the check in counter.

Than we proceed to the gate, where I found internet PC not for free! Wish the PC is free like in Changi.

It was an unforgettable journey after all, and glad that I have uploaded all the stories in this blog. I thank you who have read all of the stories.

written on December 27, 2011

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