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112 // Service and Information P Passenger kilometer (PKO/PKT) Measure for transport performance in passenger carriage (number of passengers multiplied by distance own). A distinction is made between available transport perfor- mance (PKO, passenger kilometers offered, or, synonymously, SKO, seat kilometers offered) and actual transport performance (PKT, passenger kilometers transported). Pro Recycling Paper Initiative Founded in 2000, the initiative unites com- panies from various industries and aims at improving the acceptance of recycling paper and promoting its increased use. Lufthansa is one of the initiative’s founding members. R RSB – Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials International initiative to develop a global standardization and certi cation system for agrofuels. S SAFUG – Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group Initiative of airlines, aircraft manufacturers, and providers of re nery technology whose goal is to accelerate the development and commercialization of sustainable fuels for the air transport industry. Seat kilometer Measure for the transport capacity available (SKO, seat kilometers offered). Seat load factor (SLF) Passenger-related measure of aircraft capacity utilization: the ratio of transport performance (PKT, passenger kilometers transported) to capacity (PKO, passenger kilometers offered). SES – Single European Sky Describes the efforts of the European Commission since the late 1990s to restructure European airspace for the purpose of optimizing traf c ows. Its goal is to dissolve the airspace’s fragmented structure by creating a limited number of Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs). Slot Designated point in time at which an airline may use an airport’s runway for takeoff or landing. Stakeholder Groups or individuals who formulate their demands on a company (e.g. attainment of corporate goals) and pursue these either personally or through representatives. This includes shareholders, employees, cus- tomers, suppliers, and others. Sustainable development According to the guiding principle of sus- tainable development formulated in 1987 by the World Commission for Development and the Environment (Brundtland Commis- sion), “sustainable development is […] a form of development that meets the needs of today’s generation without jeopardizing the abilities of future generations to satisfy their own.” For businesses, this means acting responsibly not only in economic matters but also in environmental and social issues. All three aspects – economic, ecological, and social – must be kept in balance. T Tonne kilometer (TKT/TKO) Measure of transport performance (payload multiplied by distance). A distinction is made between available transport perfor- mance (TKO, tonne kilometers offered) and the actual transport performance (TKT, tonne kilometers transported). In calcu- lating payloads, passengers are taken into account by means of a statistical average weight. Town Meeting Information event for employees at different locations of a company. Transparency International Anti-corruption organization, of which Lufthansa has been a member since 1999. U UHC – Unburned hydrocarbons Organic mixture of carbon and hydrogen that results from the incomplete combus- tion of fuels containing hydrocarbons or from the evaporation of fuel. UN Global Compact Global network in whose context the United Nations cooperates with private-sector corporations and civil action organizations to advance human rights, labor standards, environmental protection, and anti-corrup- tion measures. Deutsche Lufthansa AG has been a member since 2002.

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