3. Objectives

The company discloses what qualitative and/or quantitative as well as temporally defined sustainability goals have been set and operationalised and how their level of achievement is monitored.

The topics from the materiality matrix can also be found in the sustainability program. The main objectives of the Strategy 2025 are broken down into individual initiatives and measures in the sustainability program.

The three fields of action Company & Management, Employees & Society, Environment & Climate Protection include initiatives on each key topic as well as a description of short, medium, and long-term measures and the respective status of implementation.

Members of top management take responsibility for the sustainability program initiatives, while members of middle management are responsible for implementing the associated measures. Manager remuneration then contains a variable element calculated according to the success of these initiatives and measures. FMG monitors target achievement in an internal management report prepared on a quarterly basis. This approach aims to ensure that the strategic targets are actually being realized in practice.

The strategic sustainability program acts as a schedule for the sustainable development of Flughafen München GmbH. The program defines the end dates of the measures and provides information on the status of implementation. Each field of action contains strategic objectives, which are translated into initiatives and measures (along with their own timeline) for the sustainability program. These are reflected in all aspects of the company’s business operations.  Munich Airport picked up on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2016 and asked around 400 employees for their opinion on the relevance of these goals. Twelve SDGs were identified, which were both relevant for FMG and could be influenced by FMG, and these SDGs then transferred to the internal fields of action. These are as follows: