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The airport in the South German city of Munich is called Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (in German: Flughafen München-Franz Josef Strauß). The airport was opened in 1992 and named after Franz Josef Strauss, the former Governor of the German state of Bavaria, who had strongly supported the construction of this new airport. After Frankfurt Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport is the busiest airport in Germany.
Munich Airport is designated by the aviation industry with the IATA code MUC and the ICAO code is EDDM. With regards to the Wikipedia article overMunich Airport, the airport has two take-off and landing runways.
At the time of writing this, there are 6 car rental companies who have offices situated at Munich Airport: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National/Alamo and Sixt.
The airport's official website can be found via the following address link: Munich Airport