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GRI 101: Foundation 2016Report profile
GRI 102: General Disclosures  2016
Organizational Profile
102-01

Name of the organization

 

Flughafen München GmbH (FMG), Munich Airport Group

     
102-02

Activities, brands, products, and services

<<M>>;

Aviation;

Commercial Activities;

Real Estate
Participations, Services & External Business;

Operating activities 

Munich Airport only sells products within the limits of the law.      
102-03

Location of headquarters

Munich, Germany
102-04

Location of operations

Germany
102-05

Ownership and legal form

Business model of the group
102-06 Markets served Munich Airport - an overview;
Business model;
The capitals;
Sustainability indicators

Information on aircraft movements can also be found in the annual statistics report at: Facts & Figures

102-07

Scale of the organization

Airport Munich - an overview; 
<<Green spaces>> belonging to the airport;
Capital structure
Details of destination airports and the carriers serving Munich Airport in the year under review are published in our annual statistics reports at:  Facts & Figures
General airport details such as size, location, or the number of runways can be found at: Company profile
Details on the minimum connecting time: Transit
102-08

Information on employees and other workers

Total Workforce;
Employees' areas of residence;
An airport that makes an impact across the region
8
102-09

Supply chain

Central procurement of services
102-10

Significant changes to the organization and its supply chain

Central procurement of services;
Aeroground;
Operating activities;
Consolidated group, p. 117-120
102-11

Precautionary Principle or approach

Safety and security of the highest caliber;
Well-equipped Airport Rescue and Firefighting service;

Protection against bird strike thanks to targeted biotope management;
MediCare;
Risk management system 

102-12

External initiatives

Integrated Reporting;
Sustainable Development Goals;
Airport Carbon Accreditation;
The footprint covers all emissions;
Aircrafts are required to adhere to strict noise limits;
Engines running idle during final approach;
Committed to the next generation
102-13

Membership of associations 

Making an impression with quality;
Airport Carbon Accreditation
Certification & Awards;
Airport CDM initiatives
Strategy
102-14

Statement from senior decision-maker

Letter from the Executive Board      
102-15

Key impacts, risks, and opportunities

Thinking sustainably, acting responsibly;
Sustainability program
Risks and opportunities report
     
Ethics and integrity
102-16

Values, principles, standards, and norms of behavior 

Compliance management system   16  5, 6, 7
102-17

Mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics

Compliance management systemCompliance16
102-18

Governance structure 

Main features of management and control;
Risk management system;
Boards of the Company


     
102-19

Delegating authority 

Strategy;
Mangement;
Materiality process;
Main features of management and control;
Sustainability program
102-20

Executive-level responsibility for economic, environmental, and social topics 

Materiality process;
Sustainability program
102-21

Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics 

Making an impression with quality;

Transparency through dialog;

Sustainability program;
Employee satisfaction and codetermination;
Main features of management and control

16
102-22

Composition of the highest governance body and its committees

Main features of management and control;
Boards of the Company
5, 16
102-23

Chair of the highest governance body 

Main features of management and control;
Boards of the Company
16
102-24

Nominating and selecting the highest governance body 

Main features of management and control The composition of the FMG Supervisory Board is based on the provisions of the German Co-Determination Act (Mitbestimmungsgesetz – MitbestG). Half of the Supervisory Board are shareholder representatives while the other half are employee representatives. The shareholders nominate their representatives, taking into consideration their responsibility and relevance, and in accordance with the legal provisions under the German Stock Corporations Act (AktG), the Co-Determination Act, and FMG’s Articles of Association. The employee representatives are selected as part of a procedure that complies with the provisions of the Co-Determination Act. The Members of the Executive Board are selected by the Supervisory Board in a transparent process based on objective criteria and professional competence. 5, 16
102-25

Conflicts of interest 

Transactions with associates, p.159;
Transactions with related persons, p.159
All Members of the Supervisory Board and employees at management level at FMG are regularly asked about their transactions with related parties. Conflicts of interest are resolved should they become apparent. 16
102-26

Role of highest governance body in setting purpose, values, and strategy

Thinking sustainably, acting responsibly;
Strategic management and corporate governance

Materiality process;
Sustainability program

102-27

Collective knowledge of highest governance body

In accordance with section 90 of the German Stock Corporations Act, the Supervisory Board receives regular reports on planned business policies, basic corporate planning issues, current specialist and legal developments within the air traffic industry, and the company’s measures and efforts in relation to sustainability and responsibility. 4
102-28

Evaluating the highest governance body’s performance 

Main features of management and control;
Control system and values management
102-29

Identifying and managing economic, environmental, and social impacts

Thinking sustainably, acting responsibly;
Strategic management and corporate governance

Sustainability management;

Control system and values management
The Executive Board regularly consults the divisional managers responsible for issues relevant to sustainability. 16
102-30

Effectiveness of risk management processes 

Risk management system;
Overview of gross risks
102-31

Review of economic, environmental, and social topics

Materiality process;
Sustainability program

FMG conducts an annual materiality analysis.
102-32

Highest governance body’s role in sustainability reporting 

102-33

Communicating critical concerns

Compliance management system According to the FMG Articles of Association, in addition to the legally prescribed circumstances, legal acts, and measures are also presented to the Supervisory Board for approval that are of particular importance from a business policy standpoint (for example, construction projects, infrastructure investments, strategic alignments) or an economic standpoint (contractual objects, volumes, duration). In addition, the Supervisory Board receives the risk report at regular intervals and the annual Compliance and Internal Audit reports once a year. The total number of cases submitted is treated as confidential.
102-34

Nature and total number of critical concerns

Compliance management system According to the FMG Articles of Association, in addition to the legally prescribed circumstances, legal acts, and measures are also presented to the Supervisory Board for approval that are of particular importance from a business policy standpoint (for example, construction projects, infrastructure investments, strategic alignments) or an economic standpoint (contractual objects, volumes, duration). In addition, the Supervisory Board receives the risk report at regular intervals and the annual Compliance and Internal Audit reports once a year. The total number of cases submitted is treated as confidential.
102-35

Remuneration policies

Strategic management and corporate governance

Main features of management and control;

Control system and values management;
Capital management
(Profitability), p.145
;
Transactions with related persons, p.159
8
102-36

Process for determining remuneration 

Personal expenses and payments above the general pay scale;
Main features of management and control
No remuneration consultants are involved in the process of determining remuneration. The FMG is a member of the regional public employers’ association and, as such, is bound by the TVöD collective pay scale agreement for public sector employees.
102-37

Stakeholders’ involvement in remuneration 

Personal expenses and payments above the general pay scale;

Main features of management and control

 

Remuneration policy

 

16
102-38 Annual total compensation ratio Personal expenses and payments above the general pay scale 8
102-39 Percentage increase in annual total compensation ratio Personal expenses and payments above the general pay scale;
Transactions with related persons, p.159
Information on salaries is treated as confidential. It is not published to any extent further than that required by law.
Stakeholder engagement
102-40

List of stakeholder groups 

Transparency through dialog Stakeholder
102-41

Collective bargaining agreements

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements 8
102-42

Identifying and selecting stakeholders 

Transparency through dialog Stakeholder
102-43

Approach to stakeholder engagement

Sustainability management;

Transparency through dialog
Making an impression with quality
<<M>>;
Dialog management
Noise complaints;
Innovation and ideas management  

Stakeholder
102-44

Key topics and concerns raised

Sustainability management;
Making an impression with quality;
Noise complaints
Stakeholder 9
Reporting practice
102-45

Entities included in the consolidated financial statements 

Operating activities;
Consolidated group, p. 117-120
102-46

Defining report content and topic Boundaries 

Sustainability management
Stakeholder environment;
Report profile;
GRI Standard 103-1 (Material Topics)
102-47

List of material topics

Materiality matrix;
GRI Standard 102-47 (Material Topics)
102-48

Restatements of information

Report profile;
New or revised accounting regulations, p.114 
102-49

Changes in reporting 

Report profile;
Corrections as per IAS 8, p. 116 
102-50

Reporting period 

Calendar year 2016
102-51

Date of most recent report 

8/1/2016
102-52

Reporting cycle

Annual
102-53

Contact point for questions regarding the report 

Imprint
102-54 Claims or reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards Report profile Comprehensive
102-55 GRI Content Index GRI Content Index
102-56 External assurance Independent assurance report Certification & Awards
GRI 103: Management approach 2016
103-1Explanation of the material topic and its BoundaryMaterial Topics
103-2The management approach and its componentsMaterial Topics 1, 5, 8, 16
103-3Evaluation of the management approachMaterial Topics

GRI Standards: Economic topics

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GRI 201: Economic Performance 2016
201-1 Direct economic value generated and distributed

Value creation;
Central procurement of services;
Consolidated income statement


2, 5, 7, 8, 9
18
201-2

Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate change

 

In conformity with risk management, the implications of climate change were investigated and evaluated as part of CDP reporting. In this way, FMG addresses the physical, regulatory, and other relevant risks and opportunities every year.

Climate protection
13
201-3 Defined benefit plan obligations and other retirement plans Personnel expenses, p. 132;
Provisions for employee benefits, p .150
201-4 Financial assistance received from government During the reporting period, FMG received no significant subsidies from the government.
GRI 202: Market Presence 2016
202-1 Ratios of standard entry level wage by gender compared to local minimum wage  Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements;
Employee satisfaction and codetermination;
The airport as a job machine
The company is based in Munich. 94 percent of its workforce is under collective bargaining contracts.   1, 5, 8  
202-2 Proportion of senior management hired from the local community Not material 8
GRI  203: Indirect economic impact  2016
203-1 Infrastructure investments and services supported Strategy;
Real Estate;
Value creation
Community engagement
  2, 5, 7, 9, 11  
203-2 Significant indirect economic impacts Value creation;
Needs-based expansion and infrastructure planning;
FMG promotes the expansion of regional infrastructure;
Focus on landside access and traffic development;
The airport as a job machine
   1, 2, 3, 8, 10, 17  
GRI  204: Procurement 2016
204-1 Proportion of spending on local suppliers  Central procurement of services 12
GRI  205: Anti-corruption 2016
205-1 Operations assessed for risks related to corruption Compliance management system  Compliance 16 20
205-2 Communication and training about anti-corruption policies and procedures Compliance management system Compliance 16
205-3 Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken Compliance management system 16 20
GRI  206: Anti-competitive practice 2016
206-1 Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, anti-trust, and monopoly practices Compliance management system At the time of going to print, there were no known cases of anti-competitive, antitrust, or monopoly action being brought against the Group for the year under review. Munich Airport Group complies with statutory regulations and provisions. This is based on the applicable legislation and legal framework. This is no guarantee, however, that individuals will act within the law. When a violation does occur, the incident is also investigated for the possible existence of systematic failings and any necessary improvements are implemented. 16

GRI Standards: Environmental topics

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GRI  301: Materials 2016
301-1

Materials used by weight or volume

De-icers used;
Energy consumption and emissions;
Waste;
Aircraft de-icer cycle


8, 12
11, 12
301-2

Recycled input materials used

De-icers used
Waste;
Aircraft de-icer cycle

8, 12
301-3

Reclaimed products and their packaging materials

Waste;
Waste
8, 12
GRI 302: Energy 2016
302-1

Energy consumption within the organization

Energy consumption and emissions;
Climate protection strategy 
7, 8, 12, 13  11, 12
302-2

Energy consumption outside of the organization

Energy consumption and emissions;

Scope 3

Successful reduction in CO2 emissions;

Completed projects from the carbon reduction program

7, 8, 12, 13
302-3

Energy intensity

Energy intensity coefficient 7, 8, 12, 13
302-4

Reduction of energy consumption

Energy consumption and emissions;
Climate protection strategy
7, 8, 12, 13 10
302-5

Reductions in energy requirements of products and services

Energy consumption and emissions

Generated and purchased power;
An ambitious goal

7, 8, 12, 13
GRI  303: Water 2016
303-1

Water withdrawal by source

Total freshwater consumption;
Water sources;
Water samples;
A responsible approach to water
Administration on wastewater treatment Moosrain   6  11, 12
303-2

Water sources significantly affected by withdrawal of water 

Water sources
Water samples
A responsible approach to water;
Sophisticated wastewater disposal concept;
De-icers used
  6  
303-3

Water recycled and reused

Total wastewater discharge
Sophisticated wastewater disposal concept
Administration on wastewater treatment Erdinger Moos 6, 8, 12
GRI 304: Biodiversity 2016
304-1

Operational sites owned, leased, managed in, or adjacent to, protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value outside protected areas

<<Green spaces>>;
Conservation concept and landscape design;
The airport inside a bird sanctuary;
Compensation areas for conservation and environmental protection
6, 14, 15
304-2

Significant impacts of activities, products, and services on biodiversity 

Conservation concept and landscape design;
Compensation areas for conservation and environmental protection
To ensure the aviation areas remain frost-proof and the terrain accessible, the groundwater level on the grounds of the airport must be lowered. To ensure that groundwater subsidence does not affect the surface of the airport grounds, the volume of groundwater extracted from drainage channels in the North of the airport is allowed to seep back into the ground to restore the natural groundwater levels. 6, 14, 15
304-3

Habitats protected or restored 

<<Green spaces>>;
Biodiversity
6, 14, 15
304-4

Species with habitats in areas affected by operations

The airport inside a bird sanctuary;
Munich Airport protects meadow breeders;
A protected space for butterflies
6, 14, 15
GRI 305: Emissions 2016             
305-1

Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions

Energy consumption and emissions;
Generated and purchased power;
Scope 1;
Example measures from 2016;
Completed projects from the carbon reduction program
3, 12, 13, 14, 15 13
305-2

Indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions

Energy consumption and emissions;
Generated and purchased power;
Scope 2;
Completed projects from the carbon reduction program
3, 12, 13, 14, 15 13
305-3

Other indirect (Scope 3) GHG emissions

Energy consumption and emissions;
Generated and purchased power;
Other greenhouse gas emissions
Scope 3;
Completed projects from the carbon reduction program
3, 12, 13, 14, 15 13
305-4

GHG emissions intensity

Greenhouse gas emissions intensity 13, 14, 15
305-5

Reduction of GHG emissions

Generated and purchased power
Climate protection strategy
13, 14, 15 13
305-6

Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS)

Other greenhouse gas emissions
Air quality
3, 12,13
305-7

Nitrogen oxides (NOX), sulfur oxides (SOX), and other significant air emissions

Measured pollutant concentrations;
Air pollutant emissions;
Air quality
3, 12, 13, 14, 15
GRI 306: Effluents and Waste 2016
306-1

Water discharge by quality and destination

Total wastewater discharge;
Sophisticated wastewater disposal concept
3, 6, 12, 14
306-2

Waste by type and disposal method

Waste;
Resource management
3, 6, 12 11, 12
306-3

Significant spills

In the reporting period, no spills of hazardous materials that could be attributed to the Munich Airport Group were reported. There were no accidents when dealing with hazardous materials such as oils, fuels, or chemicals in the reporting period. 3, 6, 12, 14, 15
306-4

Transport of hazardous waste

Waste;
Hazardous goods
FMG waste management is not responsible for transporting, importing, exporting, or handling hazardous waste. 3, 12
306-5

Water bodies affected by water discharges and/or runoff

Sophisticated wastewater disposal concept Administration on wastewater treatment Erdinger Moos 6, 15
GRI  307:  Environmental compliance 2016
307-1

Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations

No fines are known to have been imposed for non-compliance with statutory environmental regulations in the reporting year. 16
GRI  308: Environmental screening of suppliers 2016
308-1

New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria

Central procurement of services As early as the call for tenders, it is ensured that all suppliers comply with the key criteria for each contract.
308-2

Negative environmental impacts in the supply chain and actions taken

Central procurement of services No significant negative environmental impact was identified in the supply chain for the reporting year.

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GRI  401: Employment 2016
401-1

New employee hires and employee turnover

Employee turnover and rate;
Employees' areas of residence


5, 8
401-2

Benefits provided to full-time employees that are not provided to temporary or part-time employees

Focusing on family and health

Benefits are also available to part-time employees. 8
401-3

Parental leave 

Parental leave taken 5, 8
GRI 402: Labor-management relation 2016
402-1

Minimum notice periods regarding operational changes 



Generally, FMG ensures that all stakeholders are informed as early as possible of any operational changes that are relevant for them and includes them as much as possible in operational decision-making processes. Pursuant to the German Works Constitution Act (Betriebsverfassungsgesetz) the competent works council is comprehensively informed in good time of planned operational changes that might have significant disadvantages for employees or for a large proportion of employees, and the works council is consulted with regard to planned operational changes.
GRI  403: Health protection and occupational safety 2016
403-1

Workers representation in formal joint management–worker health and safety committees

Occupational safety further refined;
FMG encourages codetermination
Members of the works council are permanent representatives on the health and safety committee.  8
403-2

Types of injury and rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days, and absenteeism, and number of work-related fatalities

Occupational health and safety;

Sick leave;
Occupational illnesses 

When managing occupational illnesses, FMG does not break figures down by gender. Occupational illnesses are therefore not reported separately by gender. 8 14, 15, 16
403-3

Workers with high incidence or high risk of diseases related to their occupation

Occupational health and safety;
Occupational illnesses;
Occupational safety further refined;
Prospects for employees with impaired health;
Binding standards for ground handling services
8
403-4

Health and safety topics covered in formal agreements with trade unions

FMG encourages codetermination Members of the works council are permanent representatives on the health and safety committee. The representative body for severely disabled employees is the point of contact for personal and labor law-related matters for employees with (severe) disabilities or health issues. 8 14, 15, 16
GRI 404: Training and education 2016
404-1

Average hours of training per year per employee

Average hours of training;
Training in demand at the airport;
The company's training partner;
Further extension of the Leadership Excellence program


4, 5, 8 14, 15, 16
404-2

Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs

Training and HR development; Responsible employer   8
404-3

Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews

Human resources strategy Employee reviews are held on a regular basis to assess staff performance. As of 2017, a new company agreement comes into force that ensures that exchanges between employees and the company management within FMG and AeroGround are carried out in a consistent fashion.   5, 8
GRI 405: Diversity and equal opportunity 2016            
405-1

Diversity of governance bodies and employees

Total workforce;
Age structure of employees
Managers;
Employees with disabilities;
Nationalities
A job with added value;
Diversity;
Highlighting good working conditions
5, 8 14, 15, 16
405-2

Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men

Personnel expenses and payments above the general pay scale Since there are pay scale agreements within almost all companies across the Munich Airport Group, there are no pay differences between men and women involved in comparable activities.  5, 8, 10  
GRI 406: Non-discrimination 2016
406-1

Incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken



There were no reported cases of discrimination during the reporting period. 5, 8, 16 14, 15, 16
GRI  407: Freedom of association and collective bargaining 2016
407-1

Operations and suppliers in which the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining may be at risk

Employee satisfaction and codetermination There were no instances of restriction of the right to freedom of association or collective bargaining in the reporting period. Munich Airport actively encourages employees to engage in codetermination. The underlying principles are set out in the German Works Constitution Act (BetrVG) among other things. 8
GRI  408: Child labor 2016
408-1

Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of child labor

Central procurement of services The Munich Airport Group’s compliance with statutory regulations means that there is no risk of incidents of child labor in connection with the Group’s business activities. When hiring employees, for example, the Group complies with the minimum age requirements set by national statutes. When sourcing product groups where the likelihood of child labor is high, we take steps to ensure that none is involved. Manufacturers of high-risk products in areas known to use child labor are required to present independent certification that they do not. 8, 16
GRI  409: Forced or compulsory labor 2016
409-1

Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of forced or compulsory labor

Central procurement of services The Munich Airport Group rejects all forms of forced labor. Due to the nature of the Group’s business operations and the fact that working conditions in Germany are subject to strict laws, this indicator is of minor relevance. During the reporting period, no activities were identified as posing a risk of forced or involuntary labor. When signing contracts, suppliers and contractors must agree to abide by national and international laws and agreements. 8
GRI  410: Security practices 2016
410-1

Security personnel trained in human rights policies or procedure

Before entering the departure area, passengers and their hand luggage are checked by employees of the security services at Munich Airport mbH. This takes place on behalf of the highest civil aviation authority in Bavaria, in this case the Bavarian State Ministry for Economics and Media, Energy and Technology and under the supervision of Luftamt Südbayern. To ensure the continued security and quality of these checks, each of the more than 1,200 air security officers attend 40 hours of development and training courses annually. All security personnel on the campus are trained in accordance with both in-house and official requirements, as well as statutory regulations on dealing with persons and personal property. 16
GRI  411: Rights of indigenous peoples 2016
411-1

Incidents of violations involving rights of indigenous peoples

Not relevant 2
GRI  412: Human rights assesment 2016
412-1

Operations that have been subject to human rights reviews or impact assessments

Not relevant 17
412-2 Employee training on human rights policies or procedures

Communication and training;

Diversity

At FMG, ongoing communication processes (as governed by the General Act on Equal Treatment (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz)) are fulfilled via the Intranet and managers. Managers in particular receive regular training on this subject.

412-3

Significant investment agreements and contracts that include human rights clauses or that underwent human rights screening

The Munich Airport Group’s business operations are confined to Germany. Here, human rights are enshrined in law. In calls for tender, we make sure that national and international laws and agreements are applied. This is reaffirmed in legally binding form when contracts are signed. 17
GRI  413: Local communities 2016
413-1

Operations with local community engagement, impact assessments, and development programs

Community engagement;
Donations and sponsorship;
New living space for employees;
Regional fund;
Noise protection
413-2

Operations with significant actual and potential negative impacts on local communities

Needs-based expansion and infrastructure planning;
Noise protection;
Air quality
Noise protection 1, 2
GRI  414: Supplier social  assessment 2016
414-1

New suppliers that were screened using social criteria

Central procurement of services As early as the call for tenders, it is ensured that all suppliers comply with the key criteria for each contract. 5, 8, 16 17
414-2

Social impacts in the supply chain and actions taken

Central procurement of services There are no known cases of significant negative social impact in the supply chain for the year under review. 5, 8, 16 17
GRI  415: Policy 2016
415-1

Political contributions

As a matter of principle, Flughafen München GmbH does not make any financial contributions of any kind to politicians, political parties, or institutions associated with these. 16 19
GRI  416: Customer health and safety 2016
416-1

Assessment of the health and safety impacts of product and service categories

Safety and security of the highest caliber;
Well-equipped Airport Rescue and Firefighting service;
Protection against bird strike thanks to targeted biotope management;
Binding standards for ground handling services;
Occupational safety further refined
416-2

Incidents of non-compliance concerning the health and safety impacts of products and services

At the time of going to print, there were no known incidents of non-compliance with regulations and voluntary codes concerning product and service information and labeling. 1) 16
GRI  417: Advertising and labeling 2016
417-1

Requirements for product and service information and labeling

Safety and security of the highest caliber;
Well-equipped Airport Rescue and Firefighting service;
Protection against bird strike thanks to targeted biotope management;
Firefighting service deployments;
Verteilung Betriebsrichtung; 
Regulations regarding noise protection
Rules for Airport Use available at: Information for Aviation partners 12, 16
417-2

Incidents of non-compliance concerning product and service information and labeling

At the time of going to print, there were no known incidents of non-compliance with regulations and voluntary codes concerning product and service information and labeling. 16
417-3

Incidents of non-compliance concerning marketing communications

At the time of going to print, there were no known incidents of non-compliance with regulations and voluntary codes concerning marketing communications, including advertising, promotion, and sponsorship.
GRI 418: Customer privacy 2016
418-1

Complaints concerning breaches of customer privacy and losses of customer data

Compliance management system At the time of going to print, there were no known instances of complaints regarding breaches of customer privacy and losses of customer data. 16
GRI  419: Socio-economic compliance
419-1

Non-compliance with laws and regulations in the social and economic area

Compliance management system At the time of going to print, there were no known instances of complaints regarding breaches of customer privacy and losses of customer data. 16 20

Sector supplement - Airport Operators

Management approaches assesed

GRI Standard 103-1 GRI Standard 103-2 GRI Standard 103-3
Product and Service Labeling  Making an impression with quality;
Report profile
Strategic management and coporate governance;
Certified quality management;
5-Star Airport;
Strategy 2025;
Dialog management;
Skytrax passenger surveys
Airport-Service-Quality;
Passenger Experience Index
Air traffic Aviation;
A third runway;
Report profile
Aviation;
Needs-based expansion and infrastructure planning;
Transparency through dialog;
Passenger Experience Index

Airport-Service-Quality;
Passenger Experience Index
Noise The impact of aircraft noise;
Dense measurement network for aircraft noise monitoring;
Night flight regulations at Munich Airport;
People affected by traffic noise in Germany;
Report profile
Regulations regarding noise protection;
Noise reduction measures provide relief for residents;
Dense measurement network for aircraft noise monitoring;
Noise complaints;
Night flight regulations at Munich Airport;
Added transparency in online aircraft noise monitoring
Dense measurement network for aircraft noise monitoring;
Measured noise;
Added transparency in online aircraft noise monitoring
Occupational health and safety Farsighted HR policy;
Noise reduction measures provide relief for residents;
Back health - lifting aids in the baggage transportation system;
Report profile
Occupational safety further refined;
Farsighted HR policy;
Binding standards for ground handling service;
Prospects for employees with impaired health;
Focusing on family and health;
Employee survey confirms employee retention;
Back health - lifting aids in the baggage transportation system;
Occupational health and safety
Noise reduction measures provide relief for residents;
Occupational safety further refined;
Occupational health and safety
Employment  Training in demand at the airport;
Diversity;
Strong neighbors - strong location;
An airport that makes an impact across the region;
Where airport staff live
Farsighted HR policy;
The employer's promise;
Flughafen München GmbH is the travel industry's number one provider of apprenticeships;
Diversity;
Personnel costs;
Specific objectives in terms of HR management (HR requirements);
Specific objectives in terms of HR management (efficiency);
Specific objectives in terms of HR management (employee attractiveness);
Specific objectives in terms of HR management (Excellent leadership);
Personnel expenses and payments above the average pay scale;
Employee survey confirms employee retention;
FMG encourages codetermination;
The company's training partner;
Exchanging knowledge with other airports;
Highlighting good working conditions
Employee survey confirms employee retention;
Employee retention index;
Employees' areas of residence
Biodiversity

Conservation concept and landscape design;
Zone I;
Zone II;
Zone III;
Zone model;
Protection against bird strike thanks to targeted biotope management

Conservation concept and landscape design;
Munich Airport protects meadow breeders;
Hunting as practical nature protection;
Dialog management;
The airport inside a bird sanctuary;
A protected space for butterflies
Zone III
Energy and emissions Responsibility for people and nature;
Carbon emissions at Munich Airport;
The Footprint covers all emissions

Responsibility for people and nature;
An ambitious goal;
Sustainable building generates potential for savings;
37% lower CO2 emissions per passenger since 2005;
Dialog management;
Block heat and power plant;
LED technology reduces CO2 emissions;
Scope 3;
Completed projects from the carbon reduction program and energy generation strategy
The footprint covers all emissions;
Carbon emissions at Munich Airport

External audit

 KPMG: audit of selected information and figures from the sustainability program by KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

 Intechnica Cert: audit by Intechnica Cert GmbH in relation to the validation of the environmental statement