The political and public pressure to reduce CO2 emissions is constantly increasing - especially in the aviation industry. But what measures can airports take to reduce their CO2 emissions? Since introducing CO2 reporting at Munich Airport in 2007, the airport has tracked 290 measures which led to a cumulative annual saving of over 50 thousand tonnes of CO2 and over EUR 8 million of annual operating expenditure.
The grand opening of Samarkand International Airport’s new terminal took place on 18 March 2022. Munich Airport International (MAI) is honored to be part of this important milestone for the Uzbek aviation industry.
The economic and social impacts of the pandemic as well as changing customer needs challenge airports worldwide to review their structures and operations. It requires new strategies, innovative technologies, and investments.
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Travel restrictions due to corona have had a drastic effect on traffic development at Munich Airport. But what exactly does this mean for the overall terminal and passenger management? Ulrike Reddel, Head of Terminal and Passenger Services at Munich Airport, kindly answered a few questions.
Influenced by globalization and reflected in demographic changes, the diversity of modern society has a huge impact on the overall economy. Munich Airport acknowledges, leverages and embraces this existing diversity, and proudly signed the German Charter of Diversity initiative.