Munich Airport's latest integrated report, entitled "Shaping the Future", is now available in an interactive online version. The report on the 2018 fiscal year focuses on the financial results and traffic statistics as well as the airport's extensive sustainability efforts. It also contains a major chapter on the airport's expansion plans, where the biggest project at present is the construction of a new pier for Terminal 1. Extending 320 meters into the airport's western apron, the new pier will have 12 bridged gates. It is scheduled to go into operation in 2023
Munich Airport's new integrated report, entitled "Showing Class", is now available in an interactive online version on the airport's website. It presents the traffic statistics and key financial data for 2017 and provides information on the wide-ranging activities in support of sustainable airport operations, including all measures to reduce CO2 emissions. Munich Airport aims to become Germany's first carbon-neutral airport by 2030.
With consolidated earnings after taxes at around €155 million, Munich Airport achieved the best result in its history in 2017. The Group again achieved a yearon- year increase of €100 million in annual revenues to around €1.5 billion – hanks in large part to a substantial 5.5 percent rise in total passengers to 44.6 million. The airport's strong economic performance also paid off for the neighboring communities, which will again take in business tax revenues of €35 million.
With a major refurbishment of the municon conference center, Munich Airport's hospitality and catering subsidiary Allresto has expanded the airport's conference and meeting capacity. Municon now has 34 airy, well-lit rooms to choose from. All of the meeting rooms, with capacity ranging from four to 180 persons, are now equipped with advanced technology and new TV screens. The modern, open architecture provides pleasant surroundings for discussions, meetings and conferences.
The number of attacks on the IT systems of companies and public-sector organizations in Germany has rapidly increased in recent years, parallel to the rise of digitization. Munich Airport also faces all kinds of cyber attacks on a daily basis. .
What might help the time pass more quickly for passengers waiting for their luggage? What do passengers want to see in the gate area before departure, and what do meeters and greeters need? Creative minds are invited to submit their answers to these questions to Munich Airport's crowdsourcing platform at www.innovationpilot.de.