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→ 100 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 As of the end of 2011, €1.5 billion of these credit lines had been utilised as cash lines. In addition, €225 million was drawn down from these lines at the end of 2011 for use as sureties to guarantee the cash value of the swap liabilities with respect to the swap banks. FBB’s obligation to secure the swap transactions will expire from 15 March 2012 following the successful conclusion of a restructuring of the contracts with banks in December 2011. Leasing financing In April 2010, a leasing financing agreement of up to €240 million was signed to secure the financing of the construction and operational start-up of the following nine buildings, of which Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be the lessee, in the environs of the BER: three car parks in Airport City, a car park in the proximity of the terminal at the southern Main Pier, a hire car centre, three buildings for ground handling service providers and one building for security service providers. The lessors are nine limited partnerships from the German Savings Banks Finance Group. FBB is a limited partner in every one of the limited partnerships. It was possible to show the leasing financing without a guarantee outside of the BER long-term financing because the related heritable building rights provided adequate collateral of sustainable value. The leasing agreements included clauses providing that FBB assume the function of general contractor for the development and construction of the properties. This minimises the risk of disruptions and interface problems during the construction. As the opening of BER has been postponed to 03 June 2012, the operational start-up of eight buildings has been postponed to 01 June 2012. FBB will take over the building for security service providers per 01 March 2012 so that the integration of airport security, German Federal Police and customs into the operational procedures of BER can be assured well in advance. As of the end of 2011, €180 million of the leasing long-term financing had been utilised by the nine leasing property companies. Financing of the link to the new ILA premises At the beginning of June 2010, the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) decided to continue holding the International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. The decision represented the successful work done by the Schoenefeld location in winning the contract in competition with a number of national bidders in a tender conducted by the BDLI. The next ILA Berlin Air Show will be held in Selchow, a part of Schoenefeld, in the immediate vicinity of BER in 2012. Linking the ILA premises to BER requires an extension of Taxiway B and the construction of two connection points to Taxiway A.

In addition, the existing credit line with the Nord/LB (“ILA financing”) in the amount of €11 million for a term of ten years, repayment at the end of the term in August 2011, was raised by another €3 million to finance the required construction. The entire credit line can be utilised solely for the purpose of linking the new ILA building. The areas have already been leased to Messe Berlin GmbH for ten years; following the expiration of the lease, they are expected to be used for the BER flight operations own needs. EU TEN-T funds In 2009, the Berlin Brandenburg Airport successfully applied for subsidies from the TEN-T programme in the European Union. The EU has established the programme “Trans-European Networks – Transport” to subsidise the realisation and development of the single market and to improve the economic and social cohesion of the Union in the area of transport infrastructure. The maximum of the award is €29.6 million which is applied as a subsidy to the construction costs of the requested measure “Construction Passenger Terminal” for the purpose of reducing FBB’s financing costs. The first payment of €14.8 million was made in February 2010. The second payment will be effected at the conclusion of the construction and after preparation of a final report about the subsidised project, taking into account the actual costs of the construction. D Investments at current airports During the reporting period, investments were made for wastewater and water connection costs of the older areas (€4.2 million) at the current airport Schoenefeld. Moreover, air-conditioning was installed in the administration building (€0.5 million) and investments were made in a functional building for its conversion into a medical assessment centre (€0.3 million). The total investment volume of €1.2 million at Tegel Airport was €1.5 million lower than the value of the previous year (€2.7 million). E Group companies E.1 Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung Berlin Brandenburg Airport is the sole shareholder of the Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (BFG). BFG operates the current Tegel Airport, which will cease operations when the airport BER opens its doors on 03 June 2012. During the reporting period, BFG realised a surplus for the year of €83.8 million. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 101 �

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