Transfer From Munster Osnabruck Airport (FMO) To City Airport Mannheim (MHG)

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Münster Osnabrück International Airport

Münster Osnabrück International Airport is an international commercial airport in North Rhine-Westphalia. The IATA code FMO is also the abbreviation for the official name of the airport Münster / Osnabrück. Popularly and in the press is therefore often spoken by the FMO. The FMO is located (in relation to the city center) 7 km northeast of Greven, 25 km north of Münster and 28 km southwest of Osnabrück in the city of Greven. The catchment area of Münster / Osnabrück Airport, which is home to more than six million people, includes the Münsterland, the Tecklenburg region, the northern Ruhr area, south-western Lower Saxony and central Emsland, as well as parts of the Netherlands, border region Twente, Achterhoek (EUREGIO) and some also Ostwestfalen-Lippe....

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City Airport Mannheim

The Mannheim City Airport, formerly Mannheim Airport, is a traffic landing site in the city of Mannheim, Baden-Wuerttemberg. The operator is Rhein-Neckar Flugplatz GmbH. In 2010, around 130,000 passengers were counted, including 51,000 in scheduled flights. Since March 2014, there is again scheduled traffic on the airfield by the Rhine-Neckar Air, after Cirrus Airlines stopped in December 2011, the flight to Mannheim. Otherwise, the air traffic consists of sports or private aircraft as well as the company air traffic of several companies. 300 m away from the airfield is the stop Neuostheim rnv. From there, the Stadtbahn line 5 to Weinheim via the Mannheim center or to Heidelberg, the line 6 to Ludwigshafen am Rhein via the Mannheim center and the line 9...