At a GlanceImpact of our activities

As part of its day-to-day business, every company has an impact on a wide array of stakeholders, and internal and external factors. In order to present these qualitative and quantitative interactions of the business model, Munich Airport has defined for itself the six types of capital of the IIRC. On the basis of changes in the capitals, the airport can demonstrate key cause-and-effect relationships.

Landside access and traffic development

Capitals Impact on capitals

– Provisional total investment by FMG in the planned construction of the 1.8 kilometer long railway tunnel eastward on airport land of around € 115 million

– Financial support of municipal infrastructure projects by the regional fund in the amount of € 100 million

+ Increase in non-aviation proceeds

+ Increase in aviation proceeds

+ Improved performance of the infrastructure

+ Improved (rail) connection to the airport

+ Faster realization of infrastructure projects
+ Increased marketing potential of real estate

+ Improved expertise in infrastructure expansion

+ Cooperation with Deutsche Bahn AG

+ Better connection to where employees live in eastern Bavaria: expected halving of the journey time from Landshut to the airport

+ Greater employer attractiveness through improved accessibility

– Impact on the environment due to construction

+ Creation of approx. 375 hectares of valuable compensation areas for nature conservation

+ Burden on the environment is relieved by optimizing the flow of traffic and shifting to public transport

+ Improved connection between the airport’s hinterland and the entire southern Bavarian region and the Deutsche Bahn rail network

+ Burden on road transport is relieved

Expansion of the Lufthansa long-haul fleet

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ Increase in the revenue of loading and unloading service providers

+ Higher revenue in the retail and catering trade in the terminals

+ Improved competitive position

– Investments for adapting the infrastructure

– Acquisition costs for the new links

+ Strengthening of the hub function (27 DLH long-haul aircraft in summer 2018, increase to 30 planned in summer 2019)

+ New direct connections (as of the summer timetable 2019: Bangkok, Osaka)

+ Expansion and modernization of the equipment

+ Acquisition of new competencies (for example, handling of the new aircraft types)

+ Larger offering of jobs

+ Lower noise pollution thanks to new aircraft types

+ Lower environmental impact through less consumption (A350: 2.9 liters per passenger over 100 kilometers)

+ Emissions significantly less than international limit values for the A380

– More flight movements

+ Positive macroeconomic effects

+ Creation of around 500 new jobs at the location

+ Increase in attractiveness of the catchment area for industry and tourism

Terminal 1

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ The total area of the expansion for the high-quality 5-star handling of the forecast passenger numbers is around 95,000 square meters

+ Safeguarding passenger charges and additional commercial revenues

– Total project costs of around € 455 million, which the airport is paying from its own funds

+ Increased value of the airport

+ Improvement in quality (of amenities) for passengers and upgrade for airlines based in T1

+ Six additional «wide-body stands» in T1

+ Establishment of further businesses and catering outlets

+ Increased efficiency of processes

+ Strengthening of the development prospects of the airport

+ Improved expertise in infrastructure expansion

+ Opening of a canteen for employees working in the area of Terminal 1

+ Consideration of the latest official requirements (Energy Saving Ordinance, Eco design Directive)

– Minor burden caused by building measures: Around 150,000 square meters of the existing apron must be adapted

+ Meeting the demand for improved quality in the travel experience

Digital strategy

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ New business model and potential sources of revenue
- Costs of development and implementation plus running costs

+ Added value thanks to connectivity and digitization

+ Gaining and developing the relevant expertise
+ Increased level of automation
+ More effective IT support for business processes

+  Added appeal as a modern company  
+  Optimizing personnel effectiveness and countering generational change constructively

+ Streamlinded workflows and processes

+ Cutting-edge experience for customers and visitors
+ Higher standard of travel and time at the airport

Successfully completed major project: the T2 satellite building

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ Income from operations Over 13 million passengers used the T2 satellite building in 2018
- Investments in construction
- Ongoing operating costs

+ Capacity expansion: 27 aircraft stands, of which three for A380s
+ Updating the infrastructure
+ Additional services: 20 shops and services as well as seven restaurants, cafés, and bars

+ Growth during project development, construction and launch

+ Jobs: around 1,000 employees in the satellite building

- Increased emissions resulting from construction
+ Lower emissions than in older buildings during operation
+ Reduction in emissions due to the aircraft stands being close to the building

+ Increased airport value
+ Increased appeal, new services

Climate protection strategy

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ Savings due to the early implementation of measures for increasing efficiency
– Expenses (that cannot be directly refinanced)

– Investment of a total of € 150 million by 2030

+ Expansion of the electric vehicle fleet (growth by 25 passenger cars in 2018)
+ Conversion of the apron lighting to LED (185,000 LEDs; as at: December 2018)

+ Pioneering role
+ Expansion of the pool of knowledge through the development of suitable measures
+ Impetus for new ideas

+ Increased employer attractiveness

+ Reduction in CO2 emissions (reduction from approx. 162,000 tonnes in 2005 to approx. 150,000 tonnes in 2018)
+ Increased environmental awareness among customers and other companies thanks to the airport’s pioneering role

+ Better acceptance
+ Positive effect on image as a «corporate citizen» thanks to regional measures
+ Long-term commitment
+ Attainment of goals set out in policies

International business

Capitals Impact on capitals

+ Increased revenue and proceeds
+ Diversification of revenue
+ Improved forecasting for long-term projects

+ Smooth opening of T2 satellite building
+ Protecting against local site development risks

+ Level of knowledge increases with every project
+ Knowledge is fed back into the Group
+ Expanded portfolio of consultancy services
+ Stronger brand value for «M»

+ Diverse working environment
+ International environment
+ Interesting opportunities for career development
+ Project work

+ Introduction of higher environmental standards, for example in developing and emerging markets

+ Customers benefit from our expertise
+ Chance to benefit from growth opportunities in the worldwide aviation industry
+ Contribution to improving global aviation standards through networking

Onward training

Capitals Impact on capitals

– Costs for vocational and professional development measures: external professional development budget at FMG of 3.2 million euros

+ Airport Academy as an in-house training center
+ Information Security Hub at the airport campus

+ Ongoing advancement of knowledge among employees
+ Higher standard of leadership
+ Increased brand value

+ Personal and technical development: 38,000 training days in 2018
+ Improved employee satisfaction
+ Increased appeal as an employer

Not affected

+ Wide range of apprenticeships
+ High standard of service and quality at the airport
+ Further training offering also accessible for external companies