June 28, 2021
June 28, 2021
Against the background of the global coronavirus pandemic and the resulting massive decline in international air travel, fiscal 2020 presented Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) with a number of major challenges. This, FMG’s 11th integrated report, reports on all the most important developments in 2020 under the title “Staying on Track.”
In addition to the financial section and the chapters focusing on strategy and management, responsibility and key sustainability figures, the 2020 report contains a “coronavirus diary” outlining the impact of the pandemic on airport operations. Covering everything from terminal closures and the temporary grounding of numerous aircraft through to FMG’s crisis management strategy and the measures implemented by the company to counteract the crisis, the diary describes the impact of the pandemic in all its myriad facets. “The publication highlights the major impact of the coronavirus pandemic on all the company’s divisions. But it also reveals how we responded to the crisis as a team and wasted no time in ensuring that our airport could get back on track for success following the pandemic,” says Jost Lammers, CEO of Flughafen München GmbH, who, in the online edition of the integrated report, appeared in a video statement concerning the current situation at the airport.
Now in its 11th edition, the integrated report once again contains comprehensive information covering all aspects of the value chain – from the employees and their knowhow and expertise in the fields of environmental and climate protection through to areas such as infrastructure and society. It also contains details of the financial results. Economic issues as well as the social and environmental aspects of airport operations are dealt with equally here. The letter from the executive board outlines the economic key figures and traffic figures for 2020. In addition to a review of the situation within the company and the wider sector, the analysis looks ahead to future developments to be expected in the world of aviation as a whole.
The new edition of the integrated report is available at report2020.munich-airport.com. Printed on recycled paper in line with the company's own standard, the hard-copy version of the report is expected to be available from the end of July.
Munich Airport is now offering a varied audio walk through Terminal 2 to help families with children shorten their waiting time at the airport. The audio walk through the Schengen area offers interesting insights into the airport world and at the same time provides entertaining information about the working environment at the airport, the issues of sustainability, and the operational processes on the apron and in the terminal.