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→ 110 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 that about 25,500 residential units and about 50 special facilities will have to be outfitted with better noise protection. This will involve outfitting the residential units and other buildings as well as the special facilities (daycare centres, schools, senior citizen facilities etc.) with noise protection measures (noise protection windows, better roof insulation) and/or appropriate ventilation (ventilation systems including noise insulation). Despite the repeated discussions about the flight patterns since September 2010, Berlin Brandenburg Airport has continued the noise protection programme, complying with the requirements set forth in the planning stipulation decision and the supplementary decision. At the same time, FBB submitted a statement before the Federal Administrative Court in October 2011 accepting the obligation to take into account changes in the flight patterns as soon as reliable planning data are available. The planning stipulation decision sets the degree of noise protection by requiring that in a day-time protection area “the take-offs and landings at the airport must not cause the A-valued maximum noise level in an interior space (closed windows) to exceed 55 dB(A)”. FBB has consequently set the dimensions of the noise protection programme so that any disturbances of communicating persons are excluded, i.e. that the maximum noise level in an interior space does not exceed 55 dB(A). FBB intends to submit application to the Ministry for Infrastructure and Agriculture of the State of Brandenburg for the elimination of the contradiction between the wording of the planning stipulation decision and the actual objective of the protection. The application procedure for the reimbursement of costs for noise protection fittings and compensation for outside living areas is clear, simple and transparent. Applications for noise protection can be submitted for up to five years after the BER opening, i.e. until June 2017. As of today, more than 16,000 applications for noise protection have been submitted. More than 13,000 owners have received their cost reimbursement agreements, putting the owners in a position to carry out the construction measures required for the noise protection. If the final decisions about the BER flight patterns deviates from the previous rough planning, this can have effects on the protection and compensation areas. B.4 New fee schedule The new fee schedule for Berlin Brandenburg Airport has been approved by the Ministry for Infrastructure and Agriculture of the State of Brandenburg (MIL). The MIL requirements (e.g. review of transport assumptions, regular consultation of the users after operational start-up) issued along with the approval can be fulfilled or were already planned in any case by FBB in the next steps. In December 2011, FBB conducted another – voluntary – information event with the airlines. The reviewed assumptions regarding income and expenditures were

presented at this time. The review did not reveal any reason for FBB to adjust the fee model again before the operational start-up. The possible inclusion of a subsidy for growing airlines in autumn 2012 was communicated to the users. B.5 Disputed regulations in the current fee schedule The disputes between BFG and airlines regarding the fees continued in 2011. The disputes with various airlines regarding the fees for the utilisation of key infrastructure facilities in effect since 01 April 2002 and the levying of passenger fees as per 01 August 2003 were settled with almost all of the involved airlines by means of a settlement back in 2005. But since it was not possible to come to an agreement with dba Luftfahrtgesellschaft mbH (dba), Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH (Germania) and Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft mbH, BFG initially brought suit against dba and Germania, later against Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft as well. The actions are pending before the Berlin Regional Court. The Berlin Regional Court found in favour of the complainant in the action BFG versus dba and Germania on 25 November 2008 and declared that the fee calculation for the key infrastructure facilities and the levying of the passenger fees as per 01 August 2003 were legal. In another suit against Germania, the Berlin Regional Court confirmed the version of the fee schedule of 2005 as well and found in favour of the complainant. The opponents have filed an appeal at the Superior Court of Justice. In the pending parallel action against Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft before the Berlin Regional Court, the suit was dismissed on 23 September 2009. BFG has filed an appeal in the matter at the Superior Court of Justice. The remaining risk, although slight, has been given reasonable consideration in the measurement of the valuation allowance for the related claims. Disputes have arisen pursuant to the sale of GlobeGround Berlin GmbH (GGB). BFG has undertaken the obligation to initiate court proceedings to recover utilisation fees for ground services owed by Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG (airberlin) to GGB pursuant to assigned rights. Besides the review of the permissibility and reasonableness of the utilisation fees claimed by BFG, the interpretation of the contract concluded between GGB and airberlin is the object of the proceedings. In the first-instance decision on 18 December 2008, the BFG suit against airberlin was dismissed because the court was of the opinion that the payment of utilisation fees had not been effectively agreed. The Berlin Superior Court of Justice dismissed the appeal of this decision on 26 July 2010 on the grounds that German lawmakers had incorrectly implemented the Ground Handling Services Directive with the consequence that the levying of utilisation in fees was illegal in Germany. The BGH (German Federal Court of Justice) set aside the decision of the Superior Court of Justice and referred the case back to a different Senate of the Superior Court of Justice. In the opinion of the BGH, the Ground Handling Services Directive had been correctly implemented in German law. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 111 �

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