Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) has extended and renewed its membership in the Bavarian Environment and Climate Pact. The airport is thus reaffirming its obligation to save emissions and resources and to use environmentally friendly technologies.
The Bavarian Environment and Climate Pact is an agreement between the Bavarian state government and the Bavarian economy with the aim of sustainable development in Bavaria and the avoidance of environmental pollution. The further development of this pact is now intended to provide new impetus for climate protection.
With over 280 individual measures already implemented and the goal of CO2-Neutrality by the year 2030 is already aiming for the airport to play a pioneering role in climate protection. To achieve this goal, the FMG Group will invest around 2030 million euros by 150. In addition, the airport has signed the European “Net Zero Carbon” resolution of ACI Europe, the umbrella association of European airports, and has thus committed itself to the implementation of a technically fully CO2-free operation until 2050.
Airport boss Jost Lammers said: “Regardless of the enormous challenges posed by the pandemic, the development towards decarbonised air traffic remains a crucial future task for the entire industry. With the renewed commitment to the Environment and Climate Pact, Munich Airport is making it clear that it will make its contribution. "