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2016-09-27 Munich Airport Company Profile

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2016-09-27 Munich Airport Company Profile

  1. 1. Munich Airport International Business Munich Airport Company Profile
  2. 2. Munich Airport A World Leading International Hub © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH2 Consistently chosen as No.1 in Europe and one of the best Airports worldwide. Full service Operator – all airport services in-house. 60 years of experience and expertise of successful airport management. Strong focus on operational efficiency, quality improvement and cost reduction. One of the most profitable airport companies worldwide. Leading European Airport in non- aviation revenue generation. Airport of choice for 97 airlines serving 247 destinations in 70 countries. First 5-star Airport in Europe
  3. 3. Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) Company Presentation • Flughafen München GmbH is the operating company of Munich Airport and a 100% public entity owned by the German government. • FMG is a full service operator, all airport related business is managed by FMG and its subsidiaries. © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH3 The Free State of Bavaria Federal Republic of Germany City of Munich Shareholder Structure 23% 26% 51%
  4. 4. Flughafen München GmbH – Organisation Clear Separation Between Strategic, Operational & Support Units © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH4 Business DivisionsCentral Divisions Support Divisions Finance and Controlling Corporate Development Human Resources Legal Affairs and Compliance Corporate Communications Administrative Departments Corporate Services IT Security Engineering and Facilities Government Relations and Policy Consulting Regional Liaison Officer Assistant to Board of Management International Business Quality- and Project Management Investment Management Real Estate Aviation Commercial Activities Subsidiaries Aero Ground Ground Handling Company Aerogate Cargogate eurotrade Allresto InfoGate CAP FMV MAIB Terminal 2 FMBau Handling Agent Passage, Operations, Lost & Found, Ticketing Handling Agent – Air Cargo, Warehousing & Document Handling Trading Company – operation of retail and duty free shop Company for Hotel & F&B Multifunctional Information & Guidance System Airport Security & other Services Assurance Company Company for Shareholdings Terminal 2 Operating Company Planning & Construction Company MediCare 51 %Airport Medical Clinic EFM 49 %Aircraft De-Icing & Push-Back Services 100 % 60 % FMG Group
  5. 5. Flughafen München GmbH – Financial Key Figures Operated to Maximize Efficiency & Profitability € million 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Group sales 1,250 1,200 1,184.4 1,186.8 1,134.7 PAX p.a. 41.0 39.7 38.7 38.4 37.8 EBITDA * 490 475 467.7 513.7 483.1 EBITDA/PAX (€/PAX) * 11.9 12 12.1 13.4 12.8 EBITDA margin * 39 % 40 % 39.5 % 43.3 % 42.6 % EAT (Net profit) * 135 100 98.6 95.3 60.9 © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH5 Non-Aviation 48% Turnover/ revenues ** Total 1,250 million € Source: Annual Press Conference 2016 ** Aviation revenues regarding to air traffic and ground handling, non-Aviation e.g. from rental income and advertising * Net profit figures 2011, adjusted, excl. one-off items (provisions) Aviation 52% Profitability
  6. 6. © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH6 Munich Airport at a Glance Financials 2015 • Total turnover: 1,250 million € • Aviation: 52% - Non-Aviation: 48% • EAT: 135 million € Traffic 2015 • 41 million passengers • 338,000 tons of cargo freight • 380,000 ATM Infrastructure • Located 28.5 km out of Munich City Centre • 2 Passenger Terminals and Midfield Terminal with a total capacity of 56 Mio. Pax p.a. and an area of 594,400 m2 • Cargo terminal and Aircraft Maintenance Area • 2 parallel & independent 4,000 m x 60 m runways Commercial Activities, Advertising and Events • 154 shops and 48 restaurants; 4 Conference Centers • Two hotels (5* Hilton and 3* Novotel) • Extraordinary events (surfing, airport polo, christmas market, company presentations)
  7. 7. Designed for Efficiency & Future Growth © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH7 Area West – Urban Concept Hangars/Cargo Planned 3rd Runway Pax Apron Satellit „A“ Satellite „B“ GAT incl. Apron and Fire Station Office District „Airsite North“ Office District „Airsite South“ ULD Storage Expansion Terminal 1 Office District „Airsite West“ Expansion Cargo Terminal Expansion Perishable Center Additional Hangar Forwarder Building Expansion Fuel Farm Parking Center „West“ Power Plant Designed for long-term future growth in each main operational and technical area – ensuring the Balance of Capacity.
  8. 8. Terminal Infrastructure O&D Traffic (T1) Versus Hub Traffic (T2) © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH8 Terminal 1 Capacity for 20 million pax Minimum connecting time 35 min Check-In counters 203 Self-operating machines 34 Gates 90 Contact stands 19 Remote stands 41 Terminal 2 Capacity for 25 million pax Minimum connecting time 30 min Check-In counters 123 Self-operating machines 39 Gates 112 Contact stands 24 Remote stands 51 Designed to serve different operational concepts: O&D vs. Hub Operations Satellite Terminal Capacity for pax 11 million (1st phase) Gates 52 Contact stands 27 - 43
  9. 9. Terminal Layout Terminal 1 • Modular concept (Modules A to D) • Limited retail spaces • Short walking distances, designed for O&D traffic © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH9 Shops Restaurants Lounges/ Services
  10. 10. Terminal Layout Munich Airport Center (MAC) • Europes largest covered plaza • Connecting Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 • Traffic per day (average): 70.000 people • Intermodular hub (Train station, taxi, bus, rental car) • Retail, advertising and event area • Attraction for passengers and visitors • Offices, Medical Center, conference center and promotion areas © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH10 Shops Restaurants Lounges/ Services
  11. 11. Impressions Munich Airport Centre (MAC) © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH11
  12. 12. Terminal Layout Terminal 2 (Main Terminal & Satellite Terminal) Main Terminal • Opened in 2003 • Designed for efficient transfer operations (hub traffic) • Exclusively used by Lufthansa and Star Alliance Partners • Retail and F&B „Market place“ • Centralized concept for check-in, security, immigration and baggage reclaim © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH12 Gates H, level 05 Gates G, level 04 Level 03 Shops Restaurants Lounges/ Services
  13. 13. Terminal Layout Terminal 2 (Main Terminal & Satellite Terminal) Satellite Terminal • 7000sqm midfield terminal opened in April 2016 • Connected to Terminal 2 by underground trains in a 400m tunnel • 15 shops, 7 restaurants and cafés, 3 duty free areas • Retail mix of regional and international brands • Digital advertising space • Central marketplace around the apron control tower building • Environmentally friendly and sustainable architecture: innovative technology and modern materials © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH13 Shops Restaurants Lounges/ Services Gates L, level 05 Gates K, level 04
  14. 14. Impressions Terminal 2 (Main Terminal & Satellite Terminal) © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH14
  15. 15. No. 7 in Europe in Terms of Passengers 2015 © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH15 Top 10 Airports in Europe 2015 – Passengers (in Mio.): 39,7 40,3 40,2 41,0 46,8 58,3 61,0 61,3 65,8 75,0 BCN LGW FCO MUC MAD AMS FRA IST CDG LHR Source:AirportsCouncilInternational
  16. 16. Destinations with Regular Service in 2015 © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH16 Airlines, Countries and Destinations 2015 Countries Destinations Airlines 70 97 Europe Non-EU 33 Africa 16 America 27 247 Asia 26 Europe EU 129 Domestic 16
  17. 17. 12,0 14,9 23,1 28,6 34,7 39,7 41,0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Passenger Traffic in mio. Annual Traffic Numbers Steady and continous growth since opening of the airport in 1992. © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH17 57 65 72 71 83 104 104 123 133 135 166 156 177 209 232 258 257 229 290 303 287 285 305 338 30 31 36 35 28 23 23 23 23 22 22 21 15 14 15 18 13 12 17 18 18 18 19 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Air Freight and Air Mail in 1000 tons 192 214 319 399 432 390 377 380 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 ATMs in 1000
  18. 18. 60,0 60,0 50,0 45,0 45,0 45,0 45,0 45,0 45,0 30,0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Istanbul-IST Paris-CDG Amsterdam-AMS London-LHR Barcelona-BCN London-LGW Rome-FCO Madrid-MAD Frankfurt-FRA Munich-MUC © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH18 Minimum Connecting Time MCT in min. A clear and efficient design of facilities, processes and systems allow passengers to experience the best transfer product worldwide. Munich Airport – The perfect transfer experience Unmatched Minimum Connecting Time Source: OAG travel planner, April 2015; shortest MCT (international to international) 30 minutes minimum connecting time in Terminal 2 Efficient transfer processes for passengers & baggage Efficiency
  19. 19. Integrated Ground Services – Aeroground, Aerogate, Cargogate A full range of services according to IATA AHM 810 enables us to operate as a one-stop shop tailored to the individual needs, desires and quality expectations of the customers. The cooperative interrelationship between ramp services, passenger handling and cargo handling along with FMG is indicative of company-wide teamwork. © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH19 The three affiliated companies, AeroGround, aerogate and Cargogate, comprise a ground handling group whose strength takes the form of tightly coordinated handling processes and the delivery of a full range of services. Our professional ground handling team ensures a smooth take-off for everyone at Munich Airport.
  20. 20. Where Quality and Perfection meet Efficiency © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH20 12xEurope’s Best Airport 1st place: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 2nd place:2009, 2012, 2013 5x Airport Marketing Award 1st place: 2005, 2013 2nd place:2009, 2010, 2015 1st place: 2014 2nd place 2015 2x World‘s most punctual Airport Europe‘s first 5 Star Airport One of the five 5 Star Airports worldwide 1x Best Airport in the world 1 x World‘s most popular Airport 1st place: 20161st place: 2015 Service Quality
  21. 21. Munich Airport - The Award-Winning Airport © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH21 World‘s Best Airports serving 40-50 million Passengers 2nd place winner The World‘s Best Airport 3rd place winner The Best Airport in Europe 1st place winner World‘s Best Airport Terminal 5th place winner The World‘s Best Airports for Leisure Amenities 3rd place winner World‘s Best Airport VIP Terminals 2nd place winner The World‘s Best Airport Hotel 4th place winner
  22. 22. VIP Services at Munich Airport - The VIP Wing A luxurious VIP landscape has been designed where international ambience blends with the Bavarian tradition of warm hospitality and relaxation. A symbiosis of a spacious area and excellent service beyond comparison. © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH22
  23. 23. Non-Aviation Business and Commercial Activities Core Activities Responsible for 50% of FMG’s Revenues Full scale airport commercial management and operation with integrated approach ensures high profitability and flexibility © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH23 Real Estate Management and Development Commercial Activities Retail / F&B / Hotel Management & Operations Management of the Real Estate Life Cycle - Planning, Development, Construction and Management Professional Management within all departments throughout the Airport campus Marketing Activities / Event Management directed to create traffic and increase sales Operation of Retail and F&B units by Munich Airports 75% subsidiaries Allresto and Eurotrade
  24. 24. Real Estate Management & Development Development of Munich Airport City © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH24 Real Estate Development • Project Management • Project Development Real Estate Portfolio Management • Terminals and aviation- affiliated Buildings • Commercial buildings • Industrial Estate • Real Estate Properties Real Estate Marketing and Sales • Vendor relations • Rent • Sales • Concessions Infrastructure and Construction • Engineering and Construction Management • Landscaping • Infrastructure • Building Technology • Documentation/CAD
  25. 25. Commercial Activities © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH25 • 35.700 parking spaces at the airport • Taxi, car rental, airport shuttle, carsharing • Product Differentiation: Business Parking, Security Parking, Women’s Parking, XXL parking, Valet parking, • Shopping, maintenance and car wash service • Management of > 200 retail units with 37.000 sqm (7.000 sqm added in 2016 in T2 satellite) • Development of retail strategy, brand mix, tenant acquisition, contract management etc. • Marketing activities to create traffic and increase sales Creation of Airport Shopping Atmosphere with Bavarian Spirit and Focus on Premium Brands High quality, full- service Parking within the Airport Parking Management and Services Center Management
  26. 26. Commercial Activities • Digital Media (Airport TV, Meta Twist Tower; Digital Screens, Media Concept Satellite ) • Events (Surf & Style, Airport Polo, Winter Market) • Standardised Media (CLP, Light Boxes) • Brand Performances (Car Promotions, Special Installations) • MAC Forum (10,000sqm) as extraordinary place for installations, staging and performances © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH26 Surprising passengers and visitors by creating extraordinary events – the „WOW – Effect“ Advertising, Events, Media & Marketing
  27. 27. Retail / F&B / Hotel Managed by FMG - a Unique Approach 100% of FMG’s Subsidiaries Manage 75% of All Units © 2016 Flughafen München GmbH27 • Operation of 70 retail shops (70% of total) • Turnover 2014: 197.4 Million Euro, • 1.153 employees 11 • Operation of 36 F&B outlets (70% of total) • Turnover 2014: 102 Million Euro • 675 employees Eurotrade GmbH Allresto GmbH Travel Needs 13 stores, more than 3,000 products, events (autograph sessions, literary readings) Fashion 20 stores, Luxury Brands Jewelry & watches 10 stores, Multibrand stores with various brands, Mono and Duo Brand Stores (f.ex. Rolex) Full Service Restaurants 8 restaurants & the only airport brewery worldwide Hotel Hilton Munich Airport (5-star) 389 rooms (to be extended: +160 rooms), operated under management contract by Hilton Staff Catering 5 staff cafeterias, located in various areas of the airport, serving the more than 8,000 employees Conference Center, Catering, Events 30 Conference Rooms, serving various events on and off-campus with high quality F&B Duty Free 18 stores in MUC and one store in FDH, aprox. 4,300 sqm, 500 brands & 17,000 products Food & Beverage 22 bars and cafés and VIP Lounge, various cuisines Operational Models: Licensing, Franchising, Cooperation, Development of own brands
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