Munich Airport is back. Connections have been resumed, and new targets defined. Ideas are implemented, developments completed.
Building connections: Between the challenges of today and the solutions of tomorrow. Between sustainable development and the requirements of the future.
We connect – Munich with the entire world.
The turnaround has been completed. After the pandemic, the world is opening up again, the demand for air travel is rising. This development strengthens our resolve to continue developing our airport. Our service, the quality of stay, the infrastructure. In order to become even more innovative, more digital and more sustainable in the future. A path that we successfully started 30 years ago.
In this film, our managing directors Jost Lammers, Nathalie Leroy and Jan‑Henrik Andersson show you how we are shaping this future. They take you on an informative tour of our airport.
Munich Airport has defined four key performance indicators to measure the development of the company. These key performance indicators are a measure of doing business in a sustainable and integrated manner and influence the variable remuneration components for managers.
Consolidated earnings before taxes (EBT)
- In 2022, Munich Airport’s EBT was still impacted by the effects of the Corona pandemic.
- However, strict cost management yielded a better EBT than planned.
CO₂ reductions 1)
- Depending on the data basis, the savings are determined on the basis of measurements, product data sheets or performance data on nameplates and documented in the CO₂ database. In exceptional cases, experience values of comparable measures that have already been completed and verified are used.
- The expected catch-up effects did materialize in 2022. The previous year’s figure was exceeded significantly.
- The big increase is due to the implementation of delayed measures from the year 2021 and the new measures undertaken in 2022.
Lost Time Incident Frequency rate (LTIF) 1)
- Applicable to FMG and AE Munich; 2019 was used as the comparison period.
- Lost Time Incident Frequency (LTIF) represents an accident benchmarkable frequency rate.
- In 2022, the LTIF rate for FMG and AE Munich slightly exceeded the forecast value.
Passenger Experience Index (PEI)
- Compared to 2021, Munich Airport saw a slight decrease in the satisfaction of passengers as measured by PEI in 2022.
- In 2022, Munich Airport once again implemented measures to improve passengers’ experience.