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Annual Report 2009

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Portraits, finances, prospects: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH presents its key business segments, latest financial statements and most recent developments in the annual report.

Receivables and other

Receivables and other assets As in the previous year, the Other assets have a remain ing term of less than one year. A partial amount of ¤ 8.5 million of the receivables will be due and payable in 2011. Trade accounts payable thereof short-term receivables thereof long-term receivables Other assets 31/12/2009 ¤k 37,841 29,343 8,498 38,250 76,091 The Other assets comprise primarily the properties of the Business Park Berlin (¤ 30,029k, previous year ¤ 41,888k). Subscribed capital The share capital amounts to ¤ 11,000k, as in the previous year. Capital surplus developed as shown below. Capital surplus 01/01/2009 Allocations to capital surplus Capital surplus 31/12/2009 31/12/2008 ¤k 27,441 27,441 0 50,106 77,547 ¤k 854,384 49,000 903,384 The increase in the capital surplus is a consequence of a cash contribution by the shareholders (¤ 49,000k). The contribution was made in the same ratio as the shares held. Earnings reserves The earnings reserves result from the initial consolidat ion of the BFG. The difference shown under liabilities of ¤ 21.2 million has been shown under the earnings reserves since this reporting period because it has equity character. Unappropriated retained earnings The consolidated profit in the fiscal year amounts to ¤ 862k (previous year ¤ 25,025k). When the conso lid ated retained earnings from the previous year (¤ 30,796k) are added, the consolidated unappropri ated retained earnings amount to ¤ 31,658k. Investment subsidies and investment grants Investment subsidies and investment grants for fixed assets (¤ 42,062k, previous year ¤ 27,834k) are shown as special accounts under equity and liabilities. They are reversed over the course of the write-offs. Tax provisions The tax provisions include provisions for taxes on income (¤ 1,414k, previous year ¤ 5,848k) and other taxes (¤ 4,794k, previous year ¤ 4,580k). Other provisions The Other provisions were created primarily for partial retirement (¤ 21,591k, previous year ¤ 17,212k), residual fulfilment of closing measures (¤ 9,996k, previous year ¤ 0k), the closing of Tegel (¤ 5,143k, previous year ¤ 5,168k), unpaid invoices (¤ 4,680k, previous year ¤ 4,873k), restitution claims (¤ 4,200k, previous year ¤ 4,200k), maintenance not carried out (¤ 4,079k, previous year ¤ 6,383k) and personnel (¤ 3,996k, previous year ¤ 4,080k). The provisions also include ¤ 10,415k (previous year ¤ 10,413k) for the personnel concept TransFair BBI. Negative market values as of the balance sheet date resulted in a provision for contingent losses in the amount of ¤ 4,964k (previous year ¤ 4,745k) for interest swap transactions concluded to hedge the risks of the long-term BBI financing. 57

Liabilities Movement in ¤k Type of liability 1. Liabilities due to banks (previous year) 2. Liabilities from payments received on account (previous year) 3. Trade accounts payable (previous year) 4. Other liabilities (previous year) - thereof from taxes: 23 (Previous year: 135) Totals (previous year) Liabilities Details of the remaining terms are shown in the liabilities movement. The liabilities due to banks in the amount of ¤ 451,469k result from the utilisation of the credit line of the BBI long-term financing. The liabilities from payments received on account result largely from partial payments for the construction work which is being performed by FBS on behalf of third-party investors. Deferred income The deferred income item includes essentially advance payments for leases with a term running until 2026 in the amount of ¤ 5.3 million (in previous year ¤ 5.6 million). Interest was paid on the cash value of the received payments as agreed in the leases. Contingent liabilities During the sale of GGB, BFG agreed to a limited guarantee catalogue usual on the market which includes standard guarantees and risks. The major guarantees include: pension provisions, the effectiveness of the retroactivity of the collective agreement for safeguarding jobs of the GGB and the correctness of disclosed information. A balanced tax exemption obligation, limited to 31 December 2007, was given. The liability is limited to a value of ¤ 2,053k. 58 Up to 1 year 1,469 (80,140) 275,062 (8,498) 29,699 (39,657) 17,880 (11,760) 324,110 (140,055) 31/12/2009 31/12/2008 Remaining Term Total Total 1 to 5 More than years 5 years 6,300 443,700 451,469 80,140 (0) (0) 16,004 0 291,066 182,038 (173,540) (0) 0 0 29,699 39,657 (0) (0) 0 0 17,880 11,764 (4) (0) 22,304 (173,544) 443,700 (0) Other financial liabilities 790,114 31/12/2009 ¤K Payment obligations from leases and leasing agreements 1,475 Payment obligations for equalisation levy for sealing in accordance with planning stipulation decision 16,275 Payment obligations from insurance policies 1,510 Order commitment from awarded investment /consulting contracts 561,847 581,107 313,599 31/12/2008 ¤K The leases and leasing agreements end in the period between 2010 and 2013 and are related primarily to IT equipment, motor vehicles and office furniture. The awarded investment contracts for 2010 are relat ed mainly to measures for BBI, including terminal (¤ 336,266k), underground work (¤ 89,295k) and technical infrastructure (¤ 24,561k). 2,796 19,701 5,152 363,052 390,701 Explanatory Comments on the Consolidated Income Statement Sales Revenues Aviation Non Aviation Real Estate Sales revenues Construction services Sales revenues services Miscellaneous 2009 ¤K 164,373 41,602 23,842 3,521 2,951 7,572 243,861 % 67.4 17.1 9.8 1.4 1.2 3.1 100.0 2008 ¤K 167,332 46,003 29,968 1,370 2,713 4,941 252,327 % 66.9 16.6 14.0 0.0 1.1 1.5 100.0

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