In order to create long-term value for Munich Airport, the surrounding region, Bavaria, and Germany, our corporate strategy 2025 is based on the principle of sustainable development.
The sustainability program is a Group-wide program that provides the roadmap for sustainable development at FMG. It consists of concrete initiatives and measures that are of high relevance for a sustainable corporate development.
Every year, dedicated discussions are held to update the strategic sustainability program with the relevant units and assess achievement of targets.
Thinking for the long term, acting responsibly, creating transparency in communications: Munich Airport reports on its efforts in the field of sustainability in accordance with the
The sustainability indicators have been reviewed by an auditor and are marked with a check mark.
In its climate protection package, "Fit for 55," the European Commission proposes three measures for aviation: introducing a kerosene tax, tightening emissions trading (ETS), and introducing an increasing blending mandate for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). By 2050, aviation is to be CO2-neutral.
The member airports of ACI (Airports Council International) Europe confirmed their ambitious climate targets today at the second ACI Aviation Sustainability Summit. The airports have renewed their commitment to reducing the greenhouse gas emissions they produce to net zero by no later than 2050. Back in 2019, the Munich Airport was one of Europe's first to commit to the “Net Zero Carbon” initiative of ACI Europe. Meanwhile, 235 European airports have signed a voluntary commitment to this effect. In this way, they want to contribute to the full decarbonization of the aviation industry by 2050.