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AIRail is a collaboration between Deutsche Bahn and Lufthansa to transport passengers by train instead by aircraft from one airport to the other. This trips are like flying, since you get a boarding pass including seat assignment for a certain train. Even the train stations are treated as "airports", since for example Cologne main station has its own IATA ...


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Seat selection information is available on Lufthansa's site here. Choose your seat free of charge during check-in All the seats which are still available can, of course, still be selected free of charge* as soon as check-in for the flight in question opens – usually this is from 23 hours before departure. Please note, however, that by this ...


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Lufthansa has changed this about early 2015, and any seat assignment now costs money. If you are not willing to pay, you can wait until you are at the desk in the airport, and then they will assign you a seat for free - that could be an exit row seat, or a dreaded middle seat between two overweight smelly guys; but mostly the latter. Often, you can book ...


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Regarding your edit, I think you've got a few things mixed up. The walking distance from Termal 2 Gate G23/G24 (for example) to the S-Bahn station "München Flughafen Terminal" is 550 meters. You don't need a bus here, and you don't need a ticket for walking :-) https://www.google.de/maps/dir/48.3546515,11.7920726/M%C3%BCnchen+Flughafen+Terminal,+85356+M%C3%...


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From Terminal 2 you can follow the signs to "München Airport Center". This is the building were the train to Munich Hbf departs (called "München Flughafen Terminal" by Deutsche Bahn). The building is located right next to Terminal 2 and connected by a short walk. There is no need to take a bus or buy a ticket to get there. The train station (which is marked ...


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There's a bus from Airport to Hbf which goes something like every half hour and it was pretty accessible as far as I remember. Just follow the signs, that's how we stumbled into in when we were in Munich.


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I have only used the Lufthansa late night check-in at Frankfurt, but as I expect procedures in Stuttgart to be the same, I'll post my experiences as an answer: You get both your boarding passes and luggage tags when you drop your bag in the evening, so yes, the next day you go straight to security. Note that you can also combine the late night check in with ...


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Yes. From the site you link to (which is also explained here) it is quite clear that late night check in is available from 18:00 - 20:00 the evening before if your flight is scheduled to leave before 11 a.m. the next day which is the case for you. I tweeted Lufthansa and they were quick to confirm the same info. Also Stuttgart Airport confirmed on ...


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The tourism office has a website "München accessible for all!" with lots of information. For assistance at the airport: Information about „barrier-free traveling at Munich's Airport“ as well as the brochure „Barrierefrei“ can be found here: www.munich-airport.de/ .. /barriere.. or phone +49 (0) 89 / 9 75 00 and Flughafen München GmbH, Postfach 231755, ...



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