For 20 years and counting, Munich Airport's AirportAcademy has been dedicated to life-long learning and developing skillsets. Attracting international companies, it is well known for its bespoke training courses and seminars. And for imparting practical knowhow from which value can be derived immediately. In the future, LabCampus residents will likely be able to do the same. And spanning multiple mediums. Think: e-learning and virtual reality.
For smaller, more intimate events or courses, internal and external parties alike can rent the academy’s seminar rooms—all with direct access to the courtyard and wraparound terrace. You can also use the seating areas inside the building for pop-up meetings or additional break out zones. Make the space your own.
The academy’s ground floor is home to three workshop facilities dedicated to internal courses on aviation, (digital) security and people management. Work is in progress to give LabCampus residents the chance to tap into airport expertise. Maybe, one day, the availability of the academy’s services and training program will be extended to LabCampus. This could soon include a state-of-the-art VR/AR tech room for aviation training—used for testing purposes by our residents.
An additional perk for LabCampus residents: access to the AirportAcademy’s conference room. Offering space for up to 480 guests, this can be booked for external functions and events. The goal over time, however, is to create a live innovation event forum—designed to spark new ways of thinking about innovation.
Accommodating up to 250 people, the restaurant in the AirportAcademy is the largest of those in District 1. Smaller areas can easily be carved out, turning it into a chilled café perfect for an afternoon chat or an exclusive fine dining experience for an evening meal. The wide entryway near the lobby has casual seating steps encouraging anyone to turn a sideline chat into a spontaneous brainstorming session. The possibilities of the space are endless as are our plans for this area.