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G7 Summit, Munich, Germany

Niamh McNamara | - 06/02/2015
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The heads of state and government members of the G7 states with join German Chancellor Angela Merkel at Schloss Elmau, south of Munich, this June 7-8 for the 41st G7 Summit.

The informal group of leading industrial nations will discuss major global challenges and explore potential ways of coordinating policies to ensure international stability.

The G7 nations include: Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Japan, the United States of America and Canada. The EU is also represented at all G7 meetings.

The theme of this year’s summit is ‘Think Ahead, Act Together’. The nations will explore and discuss their shared responsibility in finding answers to contentious international economic questions.

Immigration

Non-EU passengers:

Some non-EU passport holders are allowed to enter and remain in the European Union for up to three months without a visa. It’s important to check whether your nationality is included in this category prior to your trip. If not, you will need to organize a visa prior to arrival in the EU.

For more information see http://ec.europa.eu/

EU passengers:

  • A Passport or EU country ID allows for a stay of up to 90 days without visa.
  • An extension of stay is possible for visa exempt visitors.

Note: Passports or any passport replacing documents issued more than ten years prior to the date of travel will not be accepted.
Tourists must hold proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay in the EU and those without a return or onward ticket could be refused entry.

EU crew:

  • A Passport or EU country ID and crew airline ID are required
  • An extension of stay is possible for visa exempt visitors

Non-EU crew:

  • A Passport is required
  • All crew members are required to be listed on a General Declaration and hold an airline identity card

Customs

Import regulations:

Free import to passengers arriving with goods purchased within the EU which are for personal use only.

For tobacco products: 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarillos (max. 3g each) or 200 cigars or 1kg smoking tobacco.

For alcoholic beverages: 10 liters of spirits over 22% or 20 liters of alcoholic beverages less than 22% or 90 liters of wine (no more than 60 liters of sparkling wine) or 110 liters of beer.

For alcohol: 1 liter of spirits over 22%, or non-denatured ethyl alcohol with more than 80% volume or

2 liters of spirits or aperitifs made of wine or similar beverages less than 22% volume, or sparkling wines or liqueur wines or a proportional mix of these products. In addition to this: 4 liters of wine, 16 liters of beer and medicines in proportion to the traveler’s needs. Additional goods up to a total value of EUR 430 per adult and EUR 150 for under 15s is also allowed.

Products of animal origin, not originating from an EU Member State, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino or Switzerland, are not permitted to be imported into an EU Member State, with the exception of limited amounts from Andorra, Faroe Isl., Greenland, Iceland and small amounts of specific products from other countries.

Prohibited: The import of pet birds and poultry and derived products coming from Cambodia, China (People’s Rep.), Hong Kong (SAR China), Indonesia, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Lao People’s Dem. Rep., Pakistan, Thailand and Viet Nam, in connection with Avian influenza infection risk. Also, the import of meat and meat products from: CIS countries, Portugal, Sardinia, Spain, Turkey and all countries of Africa and Asia.

For full details, please see or refer to the website of the European Union, http://europa.eu/

For full details please see Terms & Definitions, section 5. Customs, or refer to the website of the European Union, http://europa.eu/


Baggage Clearance

All baggage is cleared at the final destination in Germany.

Airport Embarkation Tax

No airport tax is levied on passengers.

Currency

The Euro (EUR)

Customs

Export regulations

Local currency is Euro (EUR)

There are no restrictions on foreign currencies if arriving from or traveling to another EU Member State.

Amounts exceeding EUR 10,000 or more or the equivalent in another currency must be declared if arriving directly from or traveling to a country outside the EU.

Import regulations

Same regulations as per export apply.


Airports

Munich, DEU // EDDM // MUC

  • N 48° 21.2′ E 11° 47.2′ Mag Var: 0.0°W
  • Elevation: 1487′
  • Fuel: Jet A-1
  • Time Zone Info: GMT+1:00 uses DST
  • Sunday 29th March 2015 02:00 (DST) UTC/GMT+2h
Private Flights
  • Overflight Permits are not required / landing permits are not required
Non-scheduled commercial flights
  • Overflight Permits are not required / landing permits are required
  • Slot must be requested three days in advance, late requests will be not accepted
  • Expect peak hours all day long, with delays possible
  • Document AOC and noise certificate are required
  • UAS Fuel Service availability by Truck bowser
  • Expect possible delays and airport restrictions due to congestion

No significant NOTAM.
Significant NOTAMS to be reviewed before this dates.

Note: heavy traffic is expected and the airport will have PPR from 3rd of June until the 8 of June (24.00 local time). It’s important to forward your flight schedule as soon as possible for the application.

PPR will be granted easier if you have a turnaround flight due to parking restrictions.

Innsbruck, AUT// LOWI // INN

  • N 47° 15.6′ E 11° 20.6′ Mag Var: 0.0°W
  • Elevation: 1907′
  • Fuel: 100LL, Jet A-1
  • Time Zone Info: GMT+1:00 uses DST
  • Sunday 29th March 2015 02:00 (DST) UTC/GMT+2h
Private Flights
  • Overflight Permits are not required / landing permits are not required
  • An airport slot is required, it’s advised to request it in advance
Non-scheduled commercial flights
  • Overflight Permits are not required / landing permits are required
  • An airport slot is required, it’s advised to request in advance
  • Possible parking restriction during the dates June 7-8
  • UAS Fuel Service available by Truck bowser
  • Possible delays are to be expected due to congestion

No significant NOTAM on this date. NOTAMS to be reviewed before this date.


Location

The 41st G7 summit will be held in Schloss Elmau, Bavaria, Germany on June 7-8, 2015. Schloss Elmau is a luxury hotel at the foot of the Wetterstein Mountains, in a nature reserve near the village of Klais lying between Garmisch and Mittenwald in Bavaria.

Blog.UAS | Bavaria Map

Blog.UAS | Bavaria Map


Accommodation

Hotels near Munich DEU // EDDM // MUC

  • Hilton, Munich Airport
  • NH, Munchen Airport
  • Holiday Inn Express, Munich Airport
  • Sheraton Munchen Airport Hotel
  • Arcadia Hotel Munchen Airport

Hotels near Austria, AUT // LOWI // INN

  • Kasperhof Apartments Innsbruck Top
  • Kasperhof Apartments Innsbruck Top
  • Nattererboden
  • Apartment- Innsbruck
  • Riedz Apartments

Transport

Traveling from the Airport of Innsbruck in Austria:

To drive to Schloss Elmau by car takes about 45 Minutes.
Taxis charge €90 EUR for up to three and € 100 EUR for four persons.

Traveling from the Airport of Munich, Germany:

Drive to Schloss Elmau on a beautiful highway takes about 1hr 30 Minutes.
Taxis charge € 190 for up to three and € 210 for four Persons. Please let us know if we should arrange your transfer.

Traveling from Munich, Germany (100km):

Take the highway to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, follow the signs to Innsbruck and take the Exit at Klais crossing the train lines, then turn right and drive on to the Chapel where you turn left and drive another 6km on the toll road to Schloss Elmau.

From Innsbruck, Austria (45km):

Drive towards Garmisch-Partenkirchen and take the Exit at Klais, crossing the train lines.
Turn right and drive on to the Chapel where you turn left and drive another 6km on the toll road to Schloss Elmau.

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