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Where exactly would I be clearing immigration? Munich. The LH agent must have misunderstood something. The MUC-TXL flight is an in-Schengen flight and there are no facilities to separate people cleared to be in Schengen and those who haven't so you must be cleared first. Your bags go all the way through, you will pick them up in Berlin, maybe that's what ...


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I20 refers to a "remote stand", where you will need to then catch a bus from the plane to the terminal. Munich Airports website confirms this, showing the plane arriving at "Gate REMOTE" : As far as connection times, Munich is one of (if not THE) best airport in the world for short connections presuming both flights are on Lufthansa, with many flights ...


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You’re coming from a Schengen country into Munich and departing to a non-Schengen but EU country. Your itinerary consists only of Star Alliance flights (Adria Airways and Lufthansa). This means that you will be arriving at and departing from terminal 2 which is used exclusively by Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners. You will need to clear exit ...


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Your bags should be tagged for Copenhagen and not made available to you in Munich. As you will not have time to leave the airport during your layover, head straight to your connecting gate, without passing baggage claim. Your entire layover should be in terminal 2. Arriving from an airport in a “safe” country you should normally not have to go through ...


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As other people said, you won't have to claim and re-check your baggage. I would add that I had multiple times short-time layovers in Munich, even just 55 minutes and I never had any problems, even when my flight had a 20-mins delay. Munich is a very large airport but signs are everywhere so you will know where to go and should be fine!


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Barring places where you need to do customs declaration at an intermediate point of your journey (such as when your final leg is intra-US or intra-Japan) and barring connection times in excess of 24 hours, your luggage will be checked through to your final destination with almost absolute certainty. In your case, having to recheck your luggage on a UK–MUC–...


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