Sustainability indicators 20211)

31) Since 2020, MAI’s wholly owned subsidiaries (amd.sigma, MAI US Holding and Munich Airport NJ LLC) have been included in all workforce metrics.

Value generated / GRI 201-1

Group in € million

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Revenue

 

601.3

 

579.7

 

1,568.0

+ Other income

 

79.2

 

44.5

 

43.2

Total revenue

 

680.5

 

624.2

 

1,611.1

+ Income from investments

 

-2.6

 

-1.8

 

1.4

./. Non-personnel expenses

 

-307.2

 

-377.4

 

-519.6

./. Depreciation

 

-239.9

 

-242.0

 

-208.8

= Value generated

 

130.8

 

3.0

 

884.1

Value distributed / GRI 201-1

Group in € million

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Employees

 

419.1

 

408.6

 

537.2

Lenders (netted)

 

48.0

 

27.8

 

90.0

Public sector

 

-75.0

 

-112.0

 

79.0

Munich Airport Group

 

-261.3

 

-321.4

 

177.8

= Value generated

 

130.8

 

3.0

 

884.1

The value generated calculation represents the difference between the service provided by the company and the value of the advance services required.

The distribution statement shows the proportions distributed to those involved in the value creation process – employees, the public sector, and lenders. Payments provided by FMG to the public sector include taxes. The interest on the loans to shareholders is included under the «Lenders» recipient group. Income from investments includes the result from companies valued at equity. The non-personnel expenses include the cost of materials and other expenses.

Air traffic indicators / GRI AO1, GRI AO2, GRI AO3

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Total passenger volume

 

12,502,913

 

11,120,224

 

47,959,885

Total commercial traffic1)

 

12,496,432

 

11,112,773

 

47,941,348

Scheduled and charter traffic

 

12,474,794

 

11,094,096

 

47,915,966

Other commercial traffic1)

 

21,638

 

18,677

 

25,382

Non-commercial traffic1)

 

6,481

 

7,451

 

18,537

Total aircraft movements

 

153,097

 

146,833

 

417,138

Total commercial traffic1)

 

146,675

 

140,480

 

407,612

Scheduled and charter traffic

 

134,193

 

130,622

 

395,951

Other commercial traffic1)

 

12,482

 

9,858

 

11,661

General air traffic (non-commercial traffic)1)

 

6,422

 

6,353

 

9,526

Seating capacity utilization in %

 

65.2

 

59.6

 

77.2

Cargo handling (cargo and airmail carried in t)

 

173,307

 

150,928

 

350,058

Traffic units (TU) of commercial traffic

 

14,211,819

 

12,610,084

 

51,406,376

1)

For term definitions see the Annual Statistics Report 2021, p. 19/20

Passenger indicators (commercial traffic only) / GRI AO1

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Total

 

Domestic

 

Inter­national

 

Total

 

Domestic

 

Inter­national

 

Total

 

Domestic

 

Inter­national

Total commercial traffic

 

12,496,432

 

2,295,855

 

10,200,577

 

11,112,773

 

2,562,495

 

8,550,278

 

47,941,348

 

9,620,427

 

38,320,921

Arrivals

 

6,231,524

 

1,154,455

 

5,077,069

 

5,619,856

 

1,279,520

 

4,340,336

 

24,039,970

 

4,797,621

 

19,242,349

Departures

 

6,247,229

 

1,133,472

 

5,113,757

 

5,480,948

 

1,278,159

 

4,202,789

 

23,865,826

 

4,814,088

 

19,051,738

Transit passengers1)

 

17,679

 

7,928

 

9,751

 

11,969

 

4,816

 

7,153

 

35,552

 

8,718

 

26,834

O&D passengers2) in millions

 

8.0

 

 

 

 

 

7.3

 

 

 

 

 

29.3

 

 

 

 

Transfer passengers in millions

 

4.5

 

 

 

 

 

3.8

 

 

 

 

 

18.5

 

 

 

 

Transfer passengers3) in %

 

36

 

 

 

 

 

34

 

 

 

 

 

384)

 

 

 

 

1)

Transit passengers arrive at the airport and continue their journey on the same aircraft. Transit passengers are only counted when landing.

2)

Orgin & Destination passengers begin or end their journey at the airport.

3)

The data collection method for the proportion of transfer passengers was changed in 2020. The value is now determined by a statistical analysis.

4)

Errors identified while our data was being audited have been corrected.

Aircraft movements1) / GRI AO2

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Total

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

Total

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

Total

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

Passenger flights, scheduled/charter

 

129,737

 

64,801

 

64,936

 

126,013

 

63,067

 

62,946

 

392,328

 

196,019

 

196,309

Domestic

 

28,537

 

14,253

 

14,284

 

35,202

 

17,595

 

17,607

 

95,209

 

47,572

 

47,637

International

 

101,200

 

50,548

 

50,652

 

90,811

 

45,472

 

45,339

 

297,119

 

148,447

 

148,672

Cargo flights, scheduled/charter

 

4,038

 

1,962

 

2,076

 

4,398

 

2,185

 

2,213

 

3,441

 

1,716

 

1,725

Domestic

 

1,301

 

748

 

553

 

1,463

 

758

 

705

 

1,482

 

796

 

686

International

 

2,737

 

1,214

 

1,523

 

2,935

 

1,427

 

1,508

 

1,959

 

920

 

1,039

Airmail flights, scheduled/charter

 

418

 

209

 

209

 

211

 

106

 

105

 

182

 

91

 

91

Domestic

 

418

 

209

 

209

 

211

 

106

 

105

 

182

 

91

 

91

International

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

General air traffic

 

18,904

 

9,572

 

9,332

 

16,211

 

8,029

 

8,182

 

21,187

 

10,748

 

10,439

Domestic

 

7,845

 

3,999

 

3,846

 

7,251

 

3,655

 

3,596

 

8,869

 

4,583

 

4,286

International

 

11,059

 

5,573

 

5,486

 

8,960

 

4,374

 

4,586

 

12,318

 

6,165

 

6,153

Total

 

153,097

 

76,544

 

76,553

 

146,833

 

73,387

 

73,446

 

417,138

 

208,574

 

208,564

1)

Military flights are not included.

Detailed information on night-time aircraft movements can be found in the monthly immissions reports:
munich-airport.com/environmental-protection-264103

Detailed information on the night-flight curfew:
https://www.munich-airport.com/night-flight

Cargo tonnage (commercial handling) / GRI AO3

In t

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Cargo handled

 

Incoming cargo

 

Outgoing cargo

 

Cargo handled

 

Incoming cargo

 

Outgoing cargo

 

Cargo handled

 

Incoming cargo

 

Outgoing cargo

Cargo-only flights

 

72,194

 

33,282

 

38,912

 

50,253

 

22,813

 

27,440

 

46,024

 

16,750

 

29,274

Bellyhold cargo on passenger flights

 

94,519

 

39,255

 

55,264

 

94,860

 

41,471

 

53,389

 

285,590

 

122,900

 

162,690

Total comprehensive income

 

166,713

 

72,537

 

94,176

 

145,113

 

64,284

 

80,829

 

331,614

 

139,650

 

191,964

Dialogue management: Dealing professionally with feedback / GRI 2‑29

The central dialog management team quickly responds to, categorizes, and analyzes all customer feedback on a case-by-case basis. This office deals with constructive criticism and positive feedback, in addition to complaints. In order to elaborate optimal process solutions for passengers and, if required, to develop improvements, the divisions, authorities, and system partners active all along the passenger experience chain are closely networked with one another.

Dialog management recorded a total of 829 complaints in 2021. This is approximately 74% less than in 2019 and 11% less than in 2020. This decline continues to be due to the sharp drop in air traffic caused by the Corona pandemic. In 2021, Munich Airport recorded a relative complaint rate of 66 complaints per million passengers handled. A large proportion of the complaints were related to compliance with Corona rules and hygiene measures, particularly in passenger transport.

Dialog management / GRI 2-29

Number of entries

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Total complaints

 

829

 

932

 

3,137

Number of complaints on key issues

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airline

 

116

 

98

 

177

Airport facility

 

186

 

171

 

640

Baggage collection

 

40

 

64

 

449

Parking

 

49

 

59

 

156

Passport control

 

29

 

59

 

298

Security checks

 

106

 

112

 

497

Passenger transport1)

 

96

 

65

 

-

Airport Service1)

 

62

 

134

 

-

Other

 

145

 

170

 

920

1)

First recorded in 2020

Firefighting service deployments / GRI 417-1

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Total alarms

 

5,028

 

4,915

 

3,391

False alarms

 

419

 

387

 

676

Number of deployments

 

1,511

 

1,985

 

2,715

Technical support jobs

 

1,140

 

1,262

 

1,891

Of which are security monitoring jobs1)

 

296

 

629

 

561

Firefighting jobs

 

75

 

94

 

263

Other firefighting operations2)

 

2,587

 

0

 

0

Rescue service deployments, total

 

511

 

473

 

1,706

First responder deployments3)

 

-

 

-

 

94

Rescue vehicle deployments

 

511

 

473

 

1,612

1)

On-call service where the Airport Rescue and Firefighting service attends certain situations with particularly high risk levels in order to provide immediate support should a risk occur

2)

Other activities and operations of the fire department («other» Alarm labels/assessments)

3)

First aid until the arrival of the public rescue service is no longer recorded.

Firefighting service deployments / GRI 417-1

As part of Corporate Security, the Airport Rescue and Firefighting service on the premises of the airport in Munich is responsible for fire safety and for technical assistance in the area of fire safety in aircraft and buildings. With qualified rescue service personnel and its own rescue vehicles, it provides 24-hour emergency assistance for passengers, visitors, and employees, and performs safety monitoring for work and events involving a fire hazard. With its two fire stations, the emergency personnel can reach any part of the flight operation areas within 180 seconds and therefore meets the prescribed rescue periods for aircraft fire protection. The extinguishing capacity for aircraft fire protection also meets the strictest requirements (category 10 ) set out by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for every runway.

Donations and sponsorship1) / GRI 413-1

Proportion of total budget in %

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Sport

 

60

 

55

 

46

Social welfare

 

18

 

21

 

21

Education

 

13

 

10

 

11

Culture

 

7

 

13

 

18

Environment

 

2

 

1

 

4

1)

The annual sponsorship budget is linked to FMG’s external sales.

Number of employees / GRI 2-7, GRI 2-8, GRI 405-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Men

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

Total number of employees1)

 

2,800

 

32.21

 

5,893

 

67.79

 

8,693

 

100.00

 

9,338

 

100.00

 

9,806

 

100.00

Full- and part-time employees1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full-time

 

1,698

 

19.53

 

5,154

 

59.29

 

6,852

 

78.82

 

7,307

 

78.25

 

7,432

 

75.79

Part-time

 

1,102

 

12.68

 

739

 

8.50

 

1,841

 

21.18

 

2,031

 

21.75

 

2,374

 

24.21

Employment contracts1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary

 

61

 

0.70

 

123

 

1.41

 

184

 

2.09

 

327

 

3.50

 

916

 

9.34

Permanent

 

2,739

 

31.51

 

5,770

 

66.38

 

8,509

 

97.91

 

9,011

 

96.50

 

8,890

 

90.66

Other employees

 

189

 

 

 

319

 

 

 

508

 

 

 

476

 

 

 

743

 

 

Apprentices

 

113

 

 

 

134

 

 

 

247

 

 

 

287

 

 

 

303

 

 

Interns

 

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

9

 

 

 

34

 

 

Workers in minor employment

 

43

 

 

 

93

 

 

 

136

 

 

 

180

 

 

 

311

 

 

Temporary workers

 

32

 

 

 

91

 

 

 

123

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

95

 

 

Total employees including other employees of the Group

 

2,989

 

 

 

6,212

 

 

 

9,201

 

 

 

9,814

 

 

 

10,549

 

 

Employees on the airport campus2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38,090

 

 

 

38,090

 

 

 

38,090

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Men

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %3)

Total number of employees1)

 

1,049

 

25.12

 

3,127

 

74.88

 

4,176

 

100.00

 

4,364

 

100.00

 

4,389

 

100.00

Full- and part-time employees1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full-time

 

668

 

16.00

 

2,851

 

68.27

 

3,519

 

84.27

 

3,671

 

84.12

 

3,671

 

83.64

Part-time

 

381

 

9.12

 

276

 

6.61

 

657

 

15.73

 

693

 

15.88

 

718

 

16.36

Employment contracts1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary

 

11

 

0.26

 

34

 

0.81

 

45

 

2.12

 

45

 

1.03

 

77

 

1.75

Permanent

 

1,038

 

24.86

 

3,093

 

74.07

 

4,131

 

97.88

 

4,319

 

98.97

 

4,312

 

98.25

Other employees

 

51

 

 

 

121

 

 

 

172

 

 

 

208

 

 

 

233

 

 

Apprentices

 

48

 

 

 

101

 

 

 

149

 

 

 

170

 

 

 

175

 

 

Interns

 

0

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

8

 

 

 

26

 

 

Workers in minor employment

 

3

 

 

 

20

 

 

 

23

 

 

 

30

 

 

 

31

 

 

Temporary workers

 

0

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

1

 

 

Total employees including other employees of FMG

 

1,100

 

 

 

3,248

 

 

 

4,348

 

 

 

4,572

 

 

 

4,622

 

 

1)

Reporting date: December 31: Figures exclude apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

Includes all companies based at Munich Airport. The figures were last compiled in 2018. More info on their collection can be found here.

3)

All percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements / GRI 2‑30, GRI 202‑01, GRI 405-2

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Group2)

 

FMG

 

Group2), 3)

 

FMG

 

Group

 

FMG

Total number of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements

 

8,562

 

4,336

 

9,270

 

4,554

 

10,152

 

4,601

Proportion of total employees in %1)

 

93.06

 

99.72

 

94.46

 

99.61

 

96.24

 

99.55

1)

All percentages are based on the total number of employees including apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns.

2)

Without amd.sigma

3)

Errors identified while the data was being audited have been corrected.

Age structure of employees / GRI 405-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Men

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

Age structure of employees1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

390

 

4.49

 

562

 

6.46

 

952

 

10.95

 

1,222

 

13.09

 

1,538

 

15.68

30 to 50 years

 

1,511

 

17.38

 

2,929

 

33.69

 

4,440

 

51.08

 

4,800

 

51.40

 

5,056

 

51.56

Over 50 years

 

899

 

10.34

 

2,402

 

27.64

 

3,301

 

37.97

 

3,316

 

35.51

 

3,212

 

32.76

Total

 

2,800

 

32.21

 

5,893

 

67.79

 

8,693

 

100.00

 

9,338

 

100.00

 

9,806

 

100.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Men

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

 

Total

 

Propor­tion in %2)

Age structure of employees1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

181

 

4.33

 

226

 

5.41

 

407

 

9.75

 

442

 

10.13

 

482

 

10.98

30 to 50 years

 

564

 

13.51

 

1,245

 

29.81

 

1,809

 

43.32

 

1,948

 

44.64

 

1,994

 

45.43

Over 50 years

 

304

 

7.28

 

1,656

 

39.66

 

1,960

 

46.93

 

1,974

 

45.23

 

1,913

 

43.59

Total

 

1,049

 

25.12

 

3,127

 

74.88

 

4,176

 

100.00

 

4,364

 

100.00

 

4,389

 

100.00

1)

Reporting date: December 31: Figures exclude apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

All percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).

Managers / GRI 405-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

Total managers1)

 

703

 

8.09

 

688

 

7.37

 

690

 

7.01

Women

 

168

 

23.90

 

151

 

1.62

 

156

 

1.58

Men

 

535

 

76.10

 

537

 

5.76

 

534

 

5.43

Age structure of managers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

9

 

1.28

 

14

 

2.03

 

15

 

2.17

30 to 50 years

 

364

 

51.78

 

357

 

51.89

 

364

 

52.75

Over 50 years

 

330

 

46.94

 

317

 

46.08

 

311

 

45.07

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

 

 

 

Proportion in %2)

Total managers1)

 

401

 

9.60

 

421

 

9.65

 

420

 

9.57

Women

 

62

 

15.46

 

64

 

1.47

 

66

 

1.50

Men

 

339

 

84.54

 

357

 

8.18

 

354

 

8.07

Age structure of managers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

4

 

1.00

 

7

 

1.66

 

7

 

1.67

30 to 50 years

 

153

 

38.15

 

169

 

40.14

 

175

 

41.67

Over 50 years

 

244

 

60.85

 

245

 

58.19

 

238

 

56.67

1)

Reporting date December 31: Proportion of managers relative to the total number of employees

2)

Proportion of managers relative to the total number of managers

Parental leave taken1) / GRI 401-2, GRI 401-3

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total

 

Total

 

Total

Parental leave taken

 

138

 

138

 

276

 

297

 

332

Part-time parental leave taken

 

4

 

3

 

7

 

12

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total

 

Total

 

Total

Parental leave taken

 

63

 

73

 

136

 

144

 

151

Part-time parental leave taken

 

1

 

1

 

2

 

8

 

7

1)

Number of employees who have taken parental leave in the year under review. Figures exclude apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns.

Due to the significant expense of evaluating the various parental leave models manually (duration of parental leave, split of parental leave), the number of individuals returning from parental leave, along with the number of resignations following parental leave, have not been recorded.

Employee turnover: starters and leavers1) / GRI 401-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Starters

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Leavers

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Starters

 

Leavers

 

Starters

 

Leavers

Starters and leavers by age group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

120

 

51.95

 

261

 

25.69

 

271

 

345

 

707

 

458

30 to 50 years

 

82

 

35.50

 

378

 

37.20

 

221

 

403

 

626

 

491

Over 50 years

 

29

 

12.55

 

377

 

37.11

 

62

 

234

 

149

 

250

Total

 

231

 

100.00

 

1,016

 

100.00

 

554

 

982

 

1,482

 

1,199

Starters and leavers by gender

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male

 

142

 

61.47

 

690

 

67.91

 

350

 

571

 

982

 

723

Female

 

89

 

38.53

 

326

 

32.09

 

204

 

411

 

500

 

476

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Starters

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Leavers

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Starters

 

Leavers

 

Starters

 

Leavers

Starters and leavers by age group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under 30 years

 

51

 

61.45

 

60

 

17.09

 

94

 

40

 

147

 

52

30 to 50 years

 

22

 

26.51

 

87

 

24.79

 

68

 

40

 

117

 

38

Over 50 years

 

10

 

12.05

 

204

 

58.12

 

15

 

81

 

22

 

83

Total

 

83

 

100.00

 

351

 

100.00

 

177

 

161

 

286

 

173

Starters and leavers by gender

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male

 

56

 

67.47

 

275

 

78.35

 

122

 

111

 

191

 

127

Female

 

27

 

32.53

 

76

 

21.65

 

55

 

50

 

95

 

46

1)

Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

All percentages are based on the total number of starters/leavers among the employees as per1).

Turnover rate1) / GRI 401-1

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

In %

 

Group

 

FMG

 

Group

 

FMG

 

Group

 

FMG

Turnover rate

 

11.00

 

7.94

 

9.93

 

3.55

 

11.93

 

3.86

1)

The turnover rate reflects the ratio of leavers to the number of employees (as an annual average including apprentices and excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns).

Average hours of training1) / GRI 404-1

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Group2)

 

FMG

 

Group3)

 

FMG

 

Group4)

 

FMG

Average hours of training per employee

 

7.6

 

3.5

 

11.9

 

5.2

 

20.3

 

10.1

Per male employee

 

8.2

 

3.9

 

12.9

 

5.8

 

20.8

 

10.7

Per female employee

 

6.4

 

2.2

 

9.8

 

3.3

 

19.2

 

8.2

Per manager5)

 

5.4

 

3.0

 

6.6

 

4.8

 

16.2

 

10.5

Per employee (without managerial responsibilities)

 

7.8

 

3.5

 

12.3

 

5.2

 

20.6

 

10.1

1)

Average number of hours spent on professional development, training, and seminars that are recorded in a time management system (excluding aviation security courses) per employee (excluding apprentices, employees in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns) as of the reporting date, December 31.

2)

Without MUCReal, LabCampus, amd.sigma, Munich Airport NJ LLC, Infogate

3)

Without MUCReal, LabCampus, amd.sigma, Munich Airport NJ LLC

4)

Without MAI US, MAI Munich Airport NJ LLC, MUCreal, LabCampus, and InfoGate

5)

First- to fourth-tier managers excluding the Executive Board of FMG

Occupational health and safety / GRI 403-9

Group1), 2)

 

20211), 2)

 

20201), 2)

 

2019

Accident statistics3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reportable occupational accidents

 

107

 

94

 

236

Number of resulting days of absence4)

 

2,264

 

2,508

 

6,539

Fatal occupational accidents

 

0

 

0

 

0

Rate per 1,000 workers5)

 

13.38

 

10.85

 

27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG1)

 

20217)

 

20207)

 

2019

Accident statistics3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reportable occupational accidents

 

20

 

16

 

62

Number of resulting days of absence4)

 

446

 

298

 

1,732

Fatal occupational accidents

 

0

 

0

 

0

Rate per 1,000 workers5)

 

6.44

 

5

 

15.36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workers in ground handling Munich6)

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Accident statistics3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reportable occupational accidents

 

24

 

33

 

111

Number of resulting days of absence4)

 

583

 

816

 

1,734

Fatal occupational accidents

 

0

 

0

 

0

Rate per 1,000 workers5)

 

12.02

 

15.30

 

68.27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workers in ground handling Berlin

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Accident statistics3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reportable occupational accidents

 

34

 

21

 

23

Number of resulting days of absence4)

 

493

 

838

 

1,679

Fatal occupational accidents

 

0

 

0

 

0

Rate per 1,000 workers5)

 

88.31

 

48.24

 

52.16

1)

Including apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

without amd.sigma

3)

Injuries requiring first aid are recorded when employees attend Munich Airport’s medical center.

4)

These are calendar days and are counted from the day following the work accident. Only days of absence that are in the same calendar year as the accident event are reported.

5)

Reportable occupational accidents*1,000 / annual average actual employee capacity (EC)

6)

Ground handling employees working for FMG, employees and temporary workers employed by AeroGround

7)

Figures exclude «workers of ground handling services with staff membership of FMG». Those workers are reported as «employees of Munich ground handling».

Lost-time incident frequency1) / GRI 403-9

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Total (FMG + AeroGround)2

 

11.09

 

11.45

 

21.96

FMG

 

7.10

 

4.60

 

8.03

AeroGround2)

 

22.62

 

30.54

 

43.41

1)

Occupational accidents (with lost time ≥ 1 day) x 1,000,000 / hours worked

2)

Including ground handling employees at the Munich site working for FMG, employees and temporary workers employed by AeroGround.

Aircraft handling on the ground is a critical area for occupational health and safety measures at Munich Airport. This is why FMG publishes additional accident statistics for employees who work in aircraft handling.

Sick leave1) / GRI 403‑10

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

In %

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total3)

 

Total3)

 

Total4)

Sickness rate2), 3)

 

5.15

 

6.23

 

5.98

 

6

 

8.91

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

In %

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total

 

Total

 

Total

Sickness rate2)

 

4.48

 

6

 

5.67

 

6.39

 

8.59

1)

Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

Sick hours in relation to the target hours to be worked, including rehabilitation, sanatorium, curative procedures, etc.; related to the number of total employees as per 1).

3)

Without eurotrade, amd.sigma, MUCReal, LabCampus, MAI US Holding, Munich Airport NJ LLC, InfoGate

4)

Without Infogate, LabCampus, and MUCReal

Occupational illnesses1) / GRI 403‑10

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

In %

 

Group2)

 

FMG

 

Group2)

 

FMG

 

Group

 

FMG

Reported occupational illnesses

 

6

 

1

 

3

 

3

 

7

 

7

1)

Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns

2)

Without amd.sigma

Employment of staff with disabilities / GRI 405-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Number of employees with limiting disabilities1)

 

737

 

711

 

698

Employees with severe disabilities in %2), 3)

 

7.67

 

7.06

 

6.82

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Number of employees with limiting disabilities1)

 

496

 

485

 

477

Employees with severe disabilities in %2), 3)

 

11.15

 

11.60

 

10.56

1)

Degree of disability of at least 30 within the meaning of equality under Book IX of the Social Security Code

2)

Proportion of employees with disabilities as per 1) based on the average total employees, including apprentices and workers in minor employment and excluding temporary workers and interns

3)

Until 2019 exclusive MAI, InfoGate, LabCampus and MUCreal

Nationalities1) / GRI 405-1

Group

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

Employee nationalities, overall picture

 

2,913

 

6,027

 

8,940

 

 

 

9,625

 

 

 

10,109

 

 

German nationals

 

2,355

 

4,524

 

6,879

 

76.95

 

7,306

 

75.91

 

7,595

 

75.13

Foreign nationals

 

558

 

1,503

 

2,061

 

23.05

 

2,319

 

24.09

 

2,514

 

24.87

Most represented groups of foreign nationals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turkey

 

52

 

434

 

486

 

5.44

 

525

 

5.45

 

541

 

5.35

Croatia

 

26

 

175

 

201

 

2.25

 

251

 

2.61

 

255

 

2.52

Romania

 

58

 

83

 

141

 

1.58

 

156

 

1.62

 

186

 

1.84

Hungary

 

11

 

119

 

130

 

1.45

 

170

 

1.77

 

190

 

1.88

Italy

 

27

 

92

 

119

 

1.33

 

129

 

1.34

 

144

 

1.42

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FMG

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

Women

 

Men

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

 

Total

 

Proportion in %2)

Employee nationalities, overall picture

 

1,097

 

3,228

 

4,325

 

 

 

4,534

 

 

 

4,564

 

 

German nationals

 

1,049

 

2,887

 

3,936

 

91.01

 

4,103

 

90.49

 

4,129

 

90.47

Foreign nationals

 

48

 

341

 

389

 

8.99

 

431

 

9.51

 

435

 

9.53

Most represented groups of foreign nationals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turkey

 

1

 

220

 

221

 

5.11

 

243

 

5.36

 

245

 

5.37

Austria

 

8

 

20

 

28

 

0.65

 

31

 

0.68

 

34

 

0.74

Kosovo

 

1

 

21

 

22

 

0.51

 

22

 

0.49

 

18

 

0.39

Italy

 

5

 

15

 

20

 

0.46

 

24

 

0.53

 

23

 

0.50

Greece

 

3

 

15

 

18

 

0.42

 

19

 

0.42

 

19

 

0.42

1)

Reporting date: December 31: Total employees including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers and interns

2)

All percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).

Residence of employees1) / GRI 2-7, GRI 401-1

 

 

Group

 

FMG

Administrative districts

 

2021

 

Proportion in %2)

 

2020

 

2019

 

2021

 

Proportion in %2)

 

2020

 

2019

Freising

 

2,197

 

24.57

 

2,395

 

2,598

 

854

 

19.75

 

906

 

918

Erding

 

1,740

 

19.46

 

1,874

 

1,915

 

1,030

 

23.82

 

1,076

 

1,076

Munich

 

1,669

 

18.67

 

1,796

 

1,939

 

759

 

17.55

 

802

 

820

Landshut

 

1,246

 

13.94

 

1,315

 

1,349

 

692

 

16.00

 

720

 

722

Pfaffenhofen

 

154

 

1.72

 

146

 

170

 

91

 

2.10

 

95

 

96

Ebersberg

 

159

 

1.78

 

184

 

193

 

97

 

2.24

 

113

 

114

Berlin and surrounding area

 

177

 

1.98

 

184

 

180

 

1

 

0.02

 

2

 

1

Other districts

 

1,598

 

17.88

 

1,731

 

1,765

 

801

 

18.52

 

820

 

817

Total

 

8,940

 

100.00

 

9,625

 

10,109

 

4,325

 

100.00

 

4,534

 

4,564

1)

Number of total employees, including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers and interns who resided in the respective county on the reporting date of December 31st.

2)

All percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).

Energy consumption and emissions1) / GRI 301-1, GRI 302-1, GRI 302-2, GRI 302-4, GRI 302-5, GRI 305-1, GRI 305-2, GRI 305-3, GRI 305-5

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

 

GJ

 

MWh

 

CO2 (t)

 

GJ

 

MWh

 

CO2 (t)

 

GJ

 

MWh

 

CO2 (t)

Scope 1: Direct energy consumption/emissions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural gas gas/diesel generating sets CHPP

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

 

0

Natural gas gas/gasoline generating sets CHPP

 

1,125,086

 

312,524

 

62,375

 

1,151,294

 

319,804

 

63,863

 

1,303,941

 

362,206

 

72,330

Natural gas boiler plant

 

40,619

 

11,283

 

2,252

 

23,494

 

6,526

 

1,303

 

20,531

 

5,703

 

1,139

Fuel oil gas/diesel gensets

 

28,393

 

7,887

 

2,104

 

29,488

 

8,191

 

2,185

 

24,514

 

6,810

 

1,817

Fuel oil boiler plant

 

32

 

9

 

2

 

89

 

25

 

7

 

509

 

141

 

38

LPG

 

1,084

 

301

 

70

 

374

 

104

 

24

 

115

 

32

 

7

Fuel oil emergency gensets

 

2,257

 

627

 

167

 

1,382

 

384

 

102

 

1,998

 

555

 

148

Natural gas consumption EFM2)

 

5,612

 

1,559

 

311

 

3,758

 

1,044

 

208

 

11,214

 

3,115

 

622

Diesel and gasoline

 

78,325

 

21,757

 

5,794

 

77,220

 

21,450

 

5,715

 

173,016

 

48,060

 

12,775

Total Scope 1

 

1,281,409

 

355,947

 

73,075

 

1,287,100

 

357,528

 

73,407

 

1,535,839

 

426,622

 

88,876

Scope 2: Indirect energy consumption/emissions3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

External electricity purchase4)

 

110,668

 

30,741

 

11,682

 

119,084

 

33,079

 

14,125

 

177,932

 

49,426

 

25,602

Purchased district heat5)

 

123,768

 

34,380

 

1,465

 

99,162

 

27,545

 

1,173

 

108,050

 

30,014

 

3,516

Purchased natural gas6)

 

17,147

 

4,763

 

951

 

23,742

 

6,595

 

1,317

 

67,453

 

18,737

 

3,742

Power supplied to outside companies7)

 

-143,266

 

-39,796

 

-15,123

 

-155,203

 

-43,112

 

-18,409

 

-203,856

 

-56,627

 

-29,333

Heat supplied to outside companies

 

-80,147

 

-22,263

 

-3,773

 

-74,833

 

-20,787

 

-3,640

 

-86,863

 

-24,129

 

-4,621

Cooling supplied to outside companies

 

-1,987

 

-552

 

-42

 

-1,742

 

-484

 

-41

 

-3,466

 

-963

 

-100

Natural gas supplied to outside companies

 

-17,147

 

-4,763

 

-951

 

-23,742

 

-6,595

 

-1,317

 

-67,453

 

-18,737

 

-3,742

Purchased power transmitted8)

 

104,742

 

29,095

 

11,056

 

116,824

 

32,451

 

13,857

 

122,110

 

33,920

 

17,570

Total scope 213)

 

9)

 

9)

 

5,265

 

9)

 

9)

 

7,065

 

9)

 

9)

 

12,635

Scope 3: Other indirect energy consumption/emissions (by third parties)

 

10)

 

10)

 

 

 

10)

 

10)

 

 

 

10)

 

10)

 

 

Electrical energy purchases of outside companies

 

-

 

-

 

15,123

 

-

 

-

 

18,409

 

-

 

-

 

29,333

Heat purchases of outside companies

 

-

 

-

 

3,773

 

-

 

-

 

3,640

 

-

 

-

 

4,621

Cooling purchases of outside companies

 

-

 

-

 

42

 

-

 

-

 

41

 

-

 

-

 

100

Natural gas purchases of outside companies

 

-

 

-

 

951

 

-

 

-

 

1,317

 

-

 

-

 

3,742

Fuel for outside companies

 

-

 

-

 

4,261

 

-

 

-

 

4,080

 

-

 

-

 

8,482

Subtotal

 

9)

 

9)

 

24,149

 

9)

 

9)

 

27,487

 

9)

 

9)

 

46,277

Total CO2 emissions that can be influenced annually11)

 

 

 

 

 

102,489

 

 

 

 

 

107,959

 

 

 

 

 

147,788

Air traffic (LTO cycle)12)

 

-

 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take-off

 

-

 

-

 

17,720

 

-

 

-

 

18,279

 

-

 

-

 

58,338

Climb out

 

-

 

-

 

30,950

 

-

 

-

 

31,747

 

-

 

-

 

101,045

Idle (taxiing on the apron)

 

-

 

-

 

52,622

 

-

 

-

 

49,752

 

-

 

-

 

172,769

Approach

 

-

 

-

 

37,713

 

-

 

-

 

38,009

 

-

 

-

 

119,124

APU (PCA taken into account)14)

 

-

 

-

 

8,033

 

-

 

-

 

8,928

 

-

 

-

 

24,274

Engine test runs

 

-

 

-

 

430

 

-

 

-

 

502

 

-

 

-

 

728

Feeder traffic15)

 

-

 

-

 

27,38916)

 

-

 

-

 

9,300

 

-

 

-

 

32,053

Total Scope 3

 

 

 

 

 

199,006

 

 

 

 

 

184,004

 

 

 

 

 

554,608

1)

FMG establishes its carbon footprint based on the WRI/WBCSD Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard. For Scope 3, FMG reports on - for its business model - relevant sub-sectors. In addition, the principle of operational control is applied. To the extent that they are subject to emissions trading, conversion parameters, such as heat values and emission factors in particular, are determined according to the provisions of the German Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt). Other conversion parameters are based on the latest publications from the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA).

2)

EFM: Gesellschaft für Enteisen und Flugzeugschleppen am Flughafen München mbH (company responsible for de-icing and towing aircraft at Munich Airport); associated company

3)

Disclosure of Scope 2 emissions taking into account GHG Protocol Scope 2 Guidance (2015) using the «Location based» method based on BRD domestic consumption, electricity mix, and district heating mix emission factors. Net Scope 2 emissions with specific emission factors are 0.380 kg/kWh for electricity and 0.213 kg/kWh for district heat from fossil fuels. The total district heating supply consists of fossil district heating and district heating from biomass with the specific emission factor of 0 kg/kWh.

4)

65% Electricity from renewable energies (status 2021 according to section 42 of the German Energy Act (EnWG))

5)

Estimated value based on previous years: 80% of district heat is purchased from biomass directly from the biomass thermal power plant in Zolling.

6)

Solely natural gas purchased (baseline year 2021), no renewable energy sources

7)

Including the quantity transmitted to outside companies

8)

Total power transmitted to outside companies and subsidiaries. The specific emission factor used for purchased power was also used here.

9)

For physical reasons it is not practical to add heat, cooling energy, and electricity in energy units. The sum can only be used to draw very limited conclusions.

10)

No information, since values cannot be reported for all items.

11)

Sum of Scope 1, Scope 2, and the subtotal Scope 3a

12)

Emission calculation with the LASPORT model for the classification of flight operations according to the LTO cycle

13)

Scope 2 emissions taking into account GHG Protocol Scope 2 Guidance (2015) according to the «Market based »method result in 841 t CO2. The basis is the emission factor of 0.182 kg/kWhel for the network at Munich Airport. The other emission factors from footnote 3 remain unchanged.

14)

Calculated from aircraft movements using the LASPORT model, subsequently taking into account the APU emissions prevented by using PCA systems

15)

Feeder traffic includes road traffic caused by air travelers, visitors, and employees in the airport area calculated according to ACA.

16)

Since 2021, an enlarged radius has been taken into account in the calculation: CO2 emissions from the arrival and departure of employees, passengers, and people traveling at the airport. In the case of employees, only the route to the workplace at the airport campus is considered.

Generated and purchased power / GRI 305-1, GRI 305-2, GRI 305-5

With its block heat and power plant, the airport generates over half of its on-site power demand using natural gas. The waste heat from this alone covers approx. 80 percent of the demand for heating and air-conditioning – without any additional energy input. Aside from a tiny amount that is generated in peak load boilers, the airport meets the remainder of its heating needs by purchasing district heat from a public utility company in Freising. 80 percent of this purchased district heating – i.e. approx. 22 gigawatt hours (GWh) – has been obtained from a biomass co-generation plant at the Zolling site since the beginning of 2011. This procurement is secured by a long-term supply option for the coming years. This district heat obtained from biomass is renewable and climate neutral, and cuts carbon emissions by approx. 4,500 t per year. Compared to the separate generation of electricity and heat in the mix of the Federal Republic of Germany, this saves 40,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. The rest of the electricity generated by the CHP flows to companies on the site, so that less than a third of the electricity consumed on the airport campus comes from external network operators. Overall, emissions produced by the external procurement of power and district heat have decreased by approx. 25 percent since 2005. Looking at the Munich Airport Group alone, this figure has fallen by almost 50 percent. This is due partly to the more efficient combined heat and power units, and partly to savings in electricity consumption.

Energy intensity coefficient1) / GRI 302-3

In kWh/passenger

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Power consumption

 

14.892)

 

17.232)

 

4.88

1)

Electricity consumption is responsible for more than 2/3 of the total CO₂ emissions caused by energy-induced processes at the airport (excluding airline emissions). Furthermore, it is only very slightly linked to weather conditions. For this reason, the power consumption per passenger is the most meaningful indicator for energy consumption at Munich Airport.

2)

The calculation of the energy intensity coefficient is related to the number of passengers. Due to the sharp drop in passenger numbers in 2020 the figure differs significantly from previous years.

The power consumption is made up of total power consumption of all buildings and installations on the campus, including hosted electricity. This includes power consumption by FMG and its subsidiaries, consumption by external companies, and all losses at the low-voltage level.

Greenhouse gas emissions intensity1) / GRI 305-4

In kg/passenger

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

CO2 emissions2)

 

8.203)

 

9.713), 4)

 

3.08

1)

The measure of CO2 emissions per passenger enables the physically meaningful addition of the different forms of primary and secondary energy used at the airport in relation to passenger numbers.

2)

The CO2 emissions from Scope 1 and 2 are added, as well as power, heat, cooling energy, natural gas, and fuel consumption by external companies (Scope 3a). The figure therefore includes all emissions that must not exceed the targets for CO2-neutral growth.

3)

The calculation of the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions is related to the number of passengers. Due to the sharp drop in passenger numbers in 2020 the figure differs significantly from previous years.

4)

Errors identified during the review of the data were subsequently corrected.

Other greenhouse gas emissions / GRI 305-3, GRI 305-5, GRI 305-6

CH4, N2O and fluorinated greenhouse gases in CO2 equivalent1) (t)

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

LTO cycle

 

1,402

 

1,389

 

4,551

Feeder traffic2)

 

317

 

277

 

427

APU3)

 

127

 

127

 

375

Engine test run4)

 

4

 

5

 

7

Small appliances in buildings and central cooling plants

 

173

 

346

 

112

Mobile systems (vehicles)

 

113

 

140

 

146

1)

Conversion of emissions into CO2 equivalents in accordance with the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report

2)

Feeder traffic includes the traffic caused by passengers, visitors, and commuters in the area around the airport.

3)

Calculated from aircraft movements using the LASPORT model, taking into account the remaining APU period when using PCA

4)

Estimates

De-icers used1) / GRI 301-1, GRI 301-2, GRI 301-3, GRI AO6

 

 

2020/2021

 

2019/2020

 

2018/2019

Apron de-icer in t2)

 

1,829

 

1,287

 

4,424

Aircraft de-icer (Safewing Type I) in m3

 

1,283

 

1,859

 

5,531

Aircraft de-icer (Safewing Type IV) in m3

 

187

 

241

 

1,015

Recycling rate of Type I de-icer used in %

 

68

 

55

 

63

Number of days of winter operations

 

67

 

52

 

62

1)

The values refer to the period from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021. The data basis is seasonal conditional. Year-on-year fluctuations are associated with the weather conditions in winter.

2)

Liquid potassium formate and sodium formate granules

The company responsible for de-icing operations at Munich Airport, Gesellschaft für Enteisen und Flugzeugschleppen am Flughafen München mbH (EFM), uses glycol-based de-icer that is sprayed onto aircraft by de-icing vehicles. The low-viscosity Type I de-icer is mixed with water in the ratio 55:45, heated, and applied to the aircraft at a temperature of 85 degrees Celsius. Type IV de-icer contains thickeners, making it viscous. It is sprayed on cold and undiluted.

Measured pollutant concentrations1) / GRI 305-7, GRI AO5

In µg/m3

 

Current legal annual limit value

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

NO2 concentration (nitrogen dioxide)

 

40

 

12

 

14

 

18

SO2 concentration (sulfur dioxide)2)

 

20

 

2

 

2

 

2

PM10 concentration (particulate matter)

 

40

 

10

 

11

 

12

PM2,5 concentration

 

25

 

8

 

8

 

8

1)

During the course of publishing the integrated report NO2, SO2 and PM10 as well as PM2,5 are recorded. Other pollutant concentrations can be found in the monthly immission reports

2)

Statutory threshold to protect vegetation, only strictly applicable away from urban centers and transport facilities, but complied with here as well as the immission value specified by the administrative regulation TA Luft for protecting human health (50 µg/m3).

Air pollutant emissions / GRI 305-7, GRI AO5

In t

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

NOx – air traffic (LTO cycle)

 

455.1

 

466.9

 

1,739.0

NOx – feeder traffic1)

 

41.4

 

39.9

 

88.0

SOx – air traffic (LTO cycle)

 

35.2

 

34.9

 

114.0

SOx – feeder traffic1)

 

0.1

 

0.1

 

0.2

PM10 – air traffic (LTO cycle)

 

4.4

 

4.1

 

13.5

PM2,5 – feeder traffic1)

 

0.5

 

0.5

 

1.0

1)

Feeder traffic includes the traffic originating from passengers, visitors, and commuters in the area around the airport.

Total drinking water consumption1), 2) / GRI 303-3, GRI 303-5

1 m3 corresponds to 0.001 mega liters

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Water purchased from utility in m3

 

562,510

 

563,789

 

1,032,239

Water consumption per 1,000 traffic units in m3

 

39.6

 

44.7

 

20.1

1)

Includes all companies on the campus.

2)

Derivation of values: Water metering in m3 measured at the drinking water feed points (transfer points water metering shafts 1 to 4) from the Moosrain water utility company to Munich Airport

Total process water extraction for cooling in the power centers, west and east / GRI 303-1, GRI 303-3, GRI 303-5

1 m3 corresponds to 0.001 mega liters

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Quantity of the quaternary groundwater extracted in m3

 

200,064

 

198,729

 

256,326

Total wastewater discharged1), 2) / GRI 303-2, GRI 303-4, GRI 306-1

1 m3 corresponds to 0.001 mega liters

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Total wastewater discharged from Munich Airport to the sewage plant of the Erdinger Moos wastewater utility company in m3

 

1,955,165

 

1,610,406

 

2,494,388

Wastewater consumption per 1,000 traffic units in m3

 

137.6

 

127.7

 

48.5

1)

Includes all companies on the campus.

2)

The wastewater discharged to the sewage treatment plant of the Abwasserzweckverband Erdinger Moos is composed of domestic wastewater, de-icing water, and rainwater.

Water sources / GRI 303-1, GRI 303-3

Munich Airport sources its drinking water from the Moosrain water utility company, which extracts it from the tertiary strata via seven water wells at depths of between 94 and 160 meters. The water wells are located in water protection areas at «Obere Point» (surface area 33 ha) and «Oberdingermoos» (surface area 36 ha) in the Oberding municipality.

Water samples / GRI 303-1, GRI 303-2, GRI AO4

Under the provisions of the planning approval notice, Munich Airport is required to test the water surrounding the airport. Securing evidence regarding the quantity (water level) and quality (water quality) of groundwater is particularly important. FMG measures the water levels of more than 300 groundwater and 17 surface water measurement points on an ongoing basis. Water quality is determined at 18 groundwater and eleven surface water measurement points. All implemented measures are summarized in a report, evaluated, and presented to the water authorities.

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Waste1) / GRI 301-3, GRI 306-1, 306-2, 306-3, 306-4, 306-5

In t

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

 

Point of disposal and recycling

Recycling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper, cardboard, and cartons from buildings

 

380

 

516

 

1,441

 

 

Mixed reclaimed materials/waste for recycling from buildings

 

944

 

1,122

 

3,154

 

Sorting facilities, recycling firms in Eitting, Schwaig, Moosburg, and Munich

Top soil (humus-rich excavated material)2)

 

0

 

31

 

2,650

 

Mixed glass

 

133

 

107

 

228

 

Wood

 

435

 

369

 

457

 

Bulk waste

 

302

 

417

 

920

 

Scrap metal containing electronic waste

 

260

 

378

 

568

 

Other recyclables3)

 

98

 

113

 

248

 

Total recycling

 

2,552

 

3,053

 

9,666

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recycling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Material recycling

 

2,115

 

2,277

 

3,529

 

 

Building site waste (waste from dismantling, conversion, renovation, and maintenance measures)

 

1,167

 

1,784

 

2,346

 

Recycling/disposal firms (material recycling/pit filling)

Hazardous waste without ADR4) (only FMG portion, without mineral wool and without hazardous goods)

 

48

 

45

 

59

 

Recycling/disposal firms (material recycling) or hazardous waste specialists in Munich and Ebenhausen (secondary fuels)

ADR (=hazardous goods)4)

 

134

 

191

 

196

 

Other waste5)

 

765

 

257

 

928

 

Energy recycling

 

1,181

 

1,133

 

2,254

 

 

Food waste6)

 

440

 

518

 

1,394

 

Biogas plant (energy recovery)

Waste for disposal/prohibited liquids (terminal areas)

 

40

 

39

 

198

 

 

Waste for disposal / Commercial municipal waste from buildings7)

 

700

 

576

 

662

 

Total recycling

 

3,296

 

3,410

 

5,783

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Landfill waste

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Insulators (mineral wool)8)

 

116

 

163

 

236

 

 

Total landfill

 

116

 

163

 

236

 

GSB hazardous waste landfill Schweinfurt

Total amount

 

5,964

 

6,626

 

15,685

 

 

1)

All quantities refer exclusively to the disposal processes organized by FMG waste management. This refers to the total figure shown (2021: 5,964t).

2)

The topsoil comes from various construction activities.

3)

Foil, lightweight packaging, for example

4)

ADR (Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par route): European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Hazardous Goods by Road

5)

For example runway wear, refuse, old tires, rubber waste

6)

Food waste disposal from the Allresto catering area only in Terminal 2

7)

From 2021 including commercial municipal waste

8)

Insulators that are collected by a disposal specialist contracted on behalf of the district of Freising and sent away for proper disposal (landfill).

Hazardous goods: checks and training courses / GRI 306-2, GRI 306-5

Operations at Munich Airport involve a number of substances that are harmful to the environment and water; these must be declared as hazardous goods and transported off site. The vehicles used for transporting hazardous goods were inspected to verify that they are in proper condition and are roadworthy and safe to operate. Employee training on the handling of hazardous goods is held at regular intervals in accordance with legal regulations. In the year under review, 2021, a total of 134 tonnes of waste (previous year: 191 ) declared as hazardous goods were transported away for disposal.

Waste management / GRI 306-1, GRI 306-2

Flughafen München GmbH is authorized to conduct waste management independently on its site in accordance with the German Waste Management and Product Recycling Act. Avoidance of waste is an absolute priority. However, waste and scrap products are generated from the operation of the airport – across the board – and these are then collected where they occur in various separating systems, handed over to certified specialist businesses close to the airport, prepared in sorting plants, and then recycled. The small proportion of residual waste that cannot be recycled is converted by the Munich North power plant into district heat and power. The majority of waste and scrap material is generated by affiliated companies as well as the companies and airlines based at the airport. The prerequisite for successful resource conservation is therefore a disposal concept tailored to the individual waste producer – from waste generation to recycling and disposal. FMG therefore provides regular information on current waste topics, gives tips on environmentally friendly conduct, and is on hand to offer advice.

Waste from aircraft / GRI 306-1, GRI 306-2

The waste quantities (Category 1 ) material) from aircraft cabin interior cleaning and catering waste are disposed of in accordance with EC Regulation 1069/2009 (Regulation on animal by-products) by a specialist waste management company at the Munich North waste incineration plant/power plant or recycled for energy. The disposal service is not the responsibility of FMG and is conducted by a specialist contractor working on behalf of the Erding animal carcass disposal association.

Measured noise1) / GRI AO7

In dB(A)

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Measurement point (nearest municipality)

 

Night2)

 

Day

 

Night2)

 

Day

 

Night2)

 

Day

Brandstadl (municipality of Hallbergmoos)

 

42

 

55

 

44

 

55

 

51

 

59

Pallhausen (town of Freising)

 

40

 

49

 

42

 

50

 

49

 

55

Reisen (municipality of Eitting)

 

42

 

52

 

41

 

49

 

47

 

55

Viehlaßmoos (municipality of Berglern)

 

40

 

49

 

40

 

49

 

47

 

55

1)

Continuous sound level Leq3 of the six busiest months at four aircraft noise measuring points, each located at the main departure directions, in dB(A)

2)

Time period: 10 PM to 6 AM

Distribution of operations directions between west and east

 

 

Westward

 

Eastward

Total aircraft movements1), absolute

 

96,748

 

53,577

Total aircraft movements1), in %

 

64

 

36

 

 

Take-offs

 

Landings

 

Take-offs

 

Landings

North runway

 

21,806

 

24,452

 

12,894

 

11,304

South runway

 

26,582

 

23,908

 

13,887

 

15,492

1)

Excluding helicopters

Source: Immission reports/Web/reporting January to December 2021

The assignment of the operating direction, in other words the decision as to whether the aircraft take off and land to the east or west, depends on the wind. This is because take-offs and landings usually take place against the prevailing wind direction. In addition, when using the runway system, FMG makes sure that the north and south runways are utilized as equally as possible.

Noise complaints1) / GRI 2‑26

 

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

Noise complaints received via telephone

 

58

 

51

 

206

Complainants

 

47

 

28

 

99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Complaints received in writing

 

78

 

33

 

87

Complainants

 

42

 

27

 

52

1)

It is assumed that the decreased and in 2021 again increased aircraft movements had an impact on the number of noise complaints. However, direct causality is not demonstrable.

Noise protection regulations

The main regulations for the aviation industry are defined on an international level. Under the umbrella organization that is the United Nations, the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) deals with the issue of reducing aircraft noise. The EU is pursuing similar goals: With the «Flightpath 2050», it aims to reduce noise emissions by 65% by 2050, starting from 2000. But the airport operator can also help to regulate this area. Loud aircraft without certificates to ICAO Annex 16 are not allowed to take off from or land at Munich Airport. At night, the regulations are even stricter: The night-flight curfew at Munich Airport includes a noise quota, which is based on aircraft types and sizes, and the number of aircraft movements. In 2021, only 14% of the permissible noise volume at Munich Airport was utilized. The mean nighttime continuous sound level at the sanctuary border did not exceed the permitted value of 50 dB (A) in 2021.

Noise measurement points
munich-airport.com/noise-protection

Population growth in neighboring communities1) / GRI AO7

Number of residents

 

2020

 

2019

 

2018

Freising (District of Freising)

 

48,872

 

49,126

 

48,634

Marzling (District of Freising)

 

3,250

 

3,224

 

3,238

Oberding (District of Erding)

 

6,455

 

6,392

 

6,505

Hallbergmoos (District of Freising)

 

11,148

 

11,094

 

10,953

Total

 

69,725

 

69,836

 

69,330

1)

The reporting date is December 31 in each case.

Source: Bayerisches Landesamt für Statistik und Datenverarbeitung (Bavarian State Office for Statistics and Data Processing) - Statistikatlas Bayern (statistical atlas of Bavaria). Figures for 2021 were not available at the time of going to press.

Airport «green spaces»1) outside the airport fence / GRI 304-3

In ha

 

2021

 

2020

 

2019

«Green spaces» in total

 

872

 

864

 

844

Compensatory mitigation areas, zone III2)

 

519

 

499

 

470

Airport periphery, zone II

 

250

 

250

 

250

Ecological land reserve for future expansion measures

 

103

 

115

 

124

1)

Zone II and III green spaces that are developed or maintained by Flughafen München GmbH in accordance with nature conservation requirements (as opposed to leased agricultural land or other real estate)

2)

From 2020 to 2021, FMG was required to provide approx. 32 additional hectares of compensatory and replacement land. Work has begun on the development of approx. 20 hectares of compensation and replacement land. The remaining approximately 12 hectares were deducted from the eco-account.

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
Headquartered in Montreal, the International Civil Aviation Organization is an agency of the United Nations. It has a total of 193 contracting states. The goal of the ICAO and its members is to ensure the safe and sustainable development of civil aviation.

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