Direct flights arrive at Munich Airport from destinations across the world. For those flying from the UK, Easyjet fly from London Luton and Gatwick, while Lufthansa fly to Munich from Heathrow and Manchester. United and Lufthansa fly non stop between New York JFK, Newark and Munich. Australians can fly via Dubai with Qantas and then Emirates, while South African operates flights to Munich from Johannesburg and there are also direct flights from Mumbai and Delhi on a daily basis. Munich International Airport can be found about 20 kilometres to the north-east of the city centre, and there a number of ways to get from there to central districts. Catch the S1 or S8 S-Bahn (train) services, which depart every 20 minutes, and takes 45 minutes to reach the city centre. Alternatively, travellers can catch an airport bus that is operated by Lufthansa, and stops at Munich's main train station.
Munich is Germany's second largest city and is the capital of Bavaria, attracting millions of visitors every year. For some people, the major attraction is the architecture. Munich possesses some beautiful buildings - most notably the stunning Frauenkirche and the Rathaus. There are more modern attractions as well, including the chance to see Bayern Munich play in the Allianz Arena, or to tour the BMW museum in the Olympiapark. In September, Munich also hosts the infamous Oktoberfest - a month-long celebration of the city's world-renowned brewing industry, and a great excuse for a party. At any time of year, flights to Munich offer the chance to walk through elegant parks like the Englischer Garten and to visit world-class galleries like the Brandhorst or the Pinakothek.