Lufthansa Hub Munich validated for sustainable environmental management



Lufthansa Hub Munich has been successfully validated for the first time according to the demanding European environmental regulation EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) and certified with the international standard ISO 14001 for environmental management systems, the company said.

Lufthansa is thus setting an important example of corporate environmental responsibility at its Munich location.

In 2008, the Lufthansa Group launched a strategic environmental program comprising 15 guidelines. In addition to continuous fleet modernization and active noise abatement measures, key components include the gradual expansion of certified and validated environmental management systems in the large Group companies. This claim is also documented in the Lufthansa Group Code of Conduct.

The environmental management system at Lufthansa Hub Munich in accordance with EMAS was implemented in cooperation with Lufthansa CityLine. Following the successful EMAS validation in Munich, Lufthansa is considering extending the validated and certified environmental management system to other locations.

EMAS is an environmental management and audit scheme developed by the European Union – a seal of quality for sustainable environmental management whose requirements companies can voluntarily adapt. The company´s environmental management system is reviewed in detail by external auditors.

Lufthansa Hub Munich validated for sustainable environmental management



Lufthansa Hub Munich has been successfully validated for the first time according to the demanding European environmental regulation EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) and certified with the international standard ISO 14001 for environmental management systems, the company said.

Lufthansa is thus setting an important example of corporate environmental responsibility at its Munich location.

In 2008, the Lufthansa Group launched a strategic environmental program comprising 15 guidelines. In addition to continuous fleet modernization and active noise abatement measures, key components include the gradual expansion of certified and validated environmental management systems in the large Group companies. This claim is also documented in the Lufthansa Group Code of Conduct.

The environmental management system at Lufthansa Hub Munich in accordance with EMAS was implemented in cooperation with Lufthansa CityLine. Following the successful EMAS validation in Munich, Lufthansa is considering extending the validated and certified environmental management system to other locations.

EMAS is an environmental management and audit scheme developed by the European Union – a seal of quality for sustainable environmental management whose requirements companies can voluntarily adapt. The company´s environmental management system is reviewed in detail by external auditors.