Munich Airport has taken on 83 new apprentices

New apprentices at the MUC (Photo: Munich Airport).
New apprentices at the MUC (Photo: Munich Airport).

Munich Airport has taken on 83 new apprentices

New apprentices at the MUC (Photo: Munich Airport).
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83 young people have started their apprenticeship or dual studies at Munich Airport. The young professionals work for Flughafen München GmbH or one of its numerous subsidiaries.

41 young people are being trained directly by the parent company in eleven professions. 42 others are employed by subsidiaries. With the new year, there are now a total of 239 young people in vocational training or dual studies in 22 different professions/degree programs within the FMG Group. The spectrum of professional sectors ranges from IT and technology, protection and security, business, logistics to retail and gastronomy.

The newcomers were welcomed by HR manager Dr. Robert Scharpf, Head of Personnel Development and Group Training, Caroline Kaindl and Head of Training Gerhard Holuba. They congratulated the young professionals on a "first-class starting position for a promising career". The trainees prevailed over around 1.000 applicants and are now looking forward to quality training. The high quality of Munich Airport’s work with young people is also repeatedly confirmed in nationwide studies: In the most recent study by Focus Money magazine, FMG was placed among “Germany’s best training companies” for the seventh time in a row in the traffic and transport sector.

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