One passenger terminal and one runway form this place. There are plans to expand the runway to accommodate more traffic and bigger aircraft.
Memmingen Airport (FMM) is just 4.5 km (2.7 mi) east from the Memmingen city center. (It is actually located not in Memmingen but in the nearby municipality of Memmingerberg.)
FMM is 100 km (62 mi) from the nearest major city, which is Munich. Several low-cost airlines use Memmingen as their “Munich” connection (the reason why they also call it the Munich-East Airport).
Hours Of Operation
Memmingen Airport operates daily from 06:00 through 22:00.
Memmingen Airport Airlines
Just three airlines currently stop at FMM: TUIfly, Ryanair and Wizz Air. Despite this small number, many destinations can be reached through this airport, such as the U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Turkey!
Memmingen Airport Time Tables
Here are the links to the current time tables for both arrivals and departures…
Getting To And From Memmingen Airport
It is simple to transfer from the city centers of Munich or Memmingen to the airport.
There are no S-bahns or U-bahns that run to the airport at this point, but the train station in Memmingen serves as a hub (see next).
The station at Memmingen is located only about 4 km (2.5 mi) away from the airport terminal. You can catch a bus from there to continue your journey to the airport (see next).
Several city buses run to and from the Memmingen Airport each day. Bus lines 810 and 811 as well as line 2 connect the city center to the terminal. There is also an express shuttle bus.
Use your free time to shop for your next holiday by visiting the Duty Free shop. There’s also a clothes store across the Duty Free.
Food & Drink
A beer garden bistro is on hand to take care of any cravings you have before or after your flight.
Did you know, Memmingen has the highest altitude of all of Germany’s commercial airports! Its elevation is 633 m (2,076 ft).
FMM was once a military airfield, built in 1935. It became an American air force base following the end of World War Two until 1956 when it reverted back to German control.