|State road 2580 in Bavaria|
|Airport Tangent East|
|Overall length:||30 km|
|Airport tangent east near Eittingermoos|
The Bavarian State Road 2580 is known as the Airport Tangent East or FTO . It begins about one kilometer north of the Erding junction on the A 92 and from there runs east past Munich Airport and west past Erding under the B 388 to the Markt Schwaben junction on the A 94 . The last section between Markt Schwaben West and Ottenhofen was completed on December 20, 2010. The entire course is free of crossings.
The task of the FTO is to handle the traffic from east and south-east Bavaria, which is on the A 92, the B 388 and the A 94 / B 12 in the direction of Munich Airport, and thus both the communities in the south-east of the airport and the motorway network in the east of Munich, especially the heavily loaded federal highways 99 and 9 . Before its completion in 2010, airport traffic ran from the B 12 on the state road from Hohenlinden to Erding through numerous villages, was routed to the B 388 near Erding and only to the FTO when the Middle Isar Canal was crossed .
- Planning approval decision (PDF file; 334 kB)
- Overview map of construction phase 5 (PDF file; 736 kB)
- Part of the airport tangent east is to be four lanes . merkur-online.de. November 10, 2010. Retrieved December 10, 2010.