Thinking Ahead

    The new quality of travel

    The T2 satellite building launched in 2016 offers full passenger comfort and functional efficiency. Striking architecture and a wide array of catering and retail options guarantee the highest standards of quality for travelers to Germany’s first mid-field terminal.

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    Digital services at the airport

    Digitization at the airport means developing and providing services that are tailor-made to suit the individual needs of passengers, business partners, and visitors. By introducing innovative services throughout the travel chain, Munich Airport is increasing the quality of its offering, and therefore tackling the challenges of digital transformation.

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    The airport as a job machine

    Munich Airport is one of Bavaria’s largest places of work. Almost 600 businesses are represented on the campus, providing a diverse mix of products and services. As a result, the campus is always in need of skilled workers. The array of jobs and professional qualifications covered is equally varied.

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    The airport goes climate-neutral

    Munich Airport will be the first German airport to have carbon-neutral operations, and will do so by 2030. This ambitious climate protection goal involves the airport using a wide array of technical steps to reduce the CO2 emissions that can be attributed directly to its operations by 60 percent by 2030.

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Munich Airport is celebrating a milestone in 2017, after relocating from Riem to the Erdinger Moos area 25 years ago. It is now a hub with worldwide destinations and an important factor in the lives of local people and companies.

Our success story is set to continue into the long term and we’re already laying the foundations today. The 2016 report describes the specific projects, developments, and plans we are currently working on for the future. It demonstrates how we are THINKING AHEAD at Munich Airport.

Letter from the Executive Board

2016 was another extremely successful fiscal year for Munich Airport. At just under 1.4 billion euros, Group revenue increased by nine percent year on year. ...

Strategy and management

Munich Airport’s corporate strategy is geared towards sustainable value creation. The company has launched an array of projects to make sure all of its stakeholders will benefit wherever possible and to protect its position as a global leader.

Service portfolio

Services for airlines and an extensive range of retail, catering, and services from a single source: Munich Airport’s service portfolio provides customers with a diverse range of options. The airport puts the quality and reliability of its products and services, as well as its customers’ needs, at the heart of its busine

Working environment and society

What does «Living ideas – Connecting lives» mean to the airport? It means strengthening and developing relationships between employees and businesses, and between the airport and its neighbors. «Living ideas – Connecting» lives also means communicating openly with one another and benefiting from each other. This makes the airport a strong partner for a strong region, building the basis for dedicated employees who will help to secure the company’s long-term success.

Environmental and climate protection

The very nature of major transport infrastructure means it also negatively impacts the environment. Munich Airport therefore pursues an environmental program that is as ambitious as it is innovative, going far beyond legal requirements and industry standards. It is continuing to even further advance its role as a pioneer: Munich will become Germany’s first airport with climate-neutral operations, and will do so by 2030.

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