Good and responsible corporate management

The Munich Airport Group (FMG) is committed to the principles of good and responsible corporate management. This includes ensuring legal and ethical conduct on the part of all managers and employees.

  • We adhere without compromise to laws and regulations.
  • We do not tolerate illegal or immoral practices, neither within our own company or on the part of our business partners.
  • We do not tolerate conduct on the part of our employees that jeopardizes our company's good reputation.
  • We are open and fair in our dealings with our employees and business partners.
  • We distance ourselves from unfair competitive practices, and wish to succeed in the market by offering excellent products and services and competing fairly.

It is important for criminal conduct to be prevented or discovered quickly. This safeguards the company's economic interests and jobs while preserving the good reputation of the FMG.



When granting contracts and conducting calls to tenders, FMG requires bidders to sign a statement of commitment to take all necessary measures to avoid corruption. In case of violations, punitive measures are defined, for example disqualification from receiving contracts.

Internal standards of conduct for the FMG group

All managers and employees of the FMG group are subject to mandatory standards of conduct that define rules for gifts and favors, restaurant invitations and outside work.

Code of Conduct (CoC)

As a 5-Star-Airport, the Munich Airport Group embraces integrity, compliance and sustainability.
The Code of Conduct of the Munich Airport Group is based on this corporate culture.
The Code of Conduct is the standard by which everyone’s conduct is measured. It applies both within the Munich Airport Group and toward third parties, in a national and international context.
Business partners are expected to accept and abide by the policies and principles set down in this Code of Conduct and to make every effort to ensure compliance with this Code of Conduct at all times throughout the business relationship.

Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains (LkSG)

The Munich Airport Group expects its suppliers to refrain from human rights violations and environmental violations. To fullfill these expections the Munich Airport Group provides a training for its direct suppliers (§ 6 Ziffer IV No. 3 LkSG).

Further information on the responsibility in the supply chain 

Contact Compliance

Telephone+49 89 975 403 01

Contact Internal Reporting Office

Elektronisches Hinweisgebersystem 
Electronic Reporting System
(Monday to Friday during regular office hours)
+49 89 975 403 40

Please note

Before submitting a report, please check whether you actually want to report a violation of the rules. For general inquiries or complaints, please address the airport's dialogue management or your airline.

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Internal reporting office

As a reporting office, we receive reports from employees as well as from external parties, such as providers, contractors, suppliers or customers.

Reports can be made via phone, e-mail or in a meeting in person. Furthermore, an electronic reporting system is available which enables a protected dialog between the reporting person and the internal reporting office.

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Information on reporting violations

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