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Travelife-Certification for FTI GROUP Hotels

Demonstrably sustainable: The FTI GROUP's own hotels are committed to sustainability across the board. This commitment is now being certified.

The entire FTI GROUP is putting more focus on sustainability. This is reflected both in the corporate strategy and in the individual commitment within the individual business units - the tour operator, hotels, and destination management companies. For example, the FTI GROUP's own hotels recently adopted a broad ESG-code that, among other things, anchors social values, regulates cooperation with partners in the region, and establishes environmentally friendly guidelines. Beyond the Group-wide commitment, hoteliers and their employees make contributions at the local level at the locations for the benefit of the environment and local communities with a range of initiatives. This commitment is now being rewarded. Travelife for hotels and accommodation will certify around 50 of the Group's properties by the end of the fiscal year. The rating stands for comprehensive commitment to people and the environment. 

The cooperation between FTI GROUP's own hotels and Travelife for hotels and accommodations was already decided in April 2022 and the course was immediately set for successful certification. Certification by Travelife, one of the world's leading initiatives for effective and efficient sustainability principles in the hospitality sector, stands for particularly high standards in the tourism industry in terms of the environment and social responsibility. For the award, independent auditors from the organization check the relevant accommodations against a catalog of requirements, comprising 163 criteria. The audit includes an assessment of how the hotels minimize environmental impact, compliance with animal welfare guidelines, and fair treatment of employees.