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→ 112 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 In addition, the BFG undertook an obligation during the sale to conduct a test case against GGB to clarify the permissibility and reasonableness of the utilisation fees for ground handling services claimed by BFG. The subject of the proceedings concerns utilisation fees which GGB invoiced for the handling of Hapag-Lloyd. The Berlin Regional Court dismissed the suit on 12 July 2010 on the grounds that FBB had not set the utilisation fees in accordance with objectively justifiable criteria. BFG has appealed the decision. Because of the pending litigation between BFG and various airlines, there is a risk that part of the utilisation fees levied by FBB as well will have to be reimbursed. In one case, the implementation of the Ground Handling Services Directive in German law is allegedly incorrect, while in another case the utilisation fees were allegedly not set in accordance with objectively justifiable criteria. In the first case, the Federal Court of Justice set aside the negative decision in the previous instance and referred the case to a different Senate at the Superior Court of Justice. In the opinion of the BGH, the Ground Handling Services Directive had been correctly implemented in German law. FBB has given reasonable consideration to the risk by creating provisions. B.6 Closure of Tegel As has been decided by a consensus resolution, the opening of Berlin Branden- burg Airport on 03 June 2012 will simultaneously result in the closure of Tegel Airport. Both the revocation of the aviation law permit for Tegel Airport and the discharge of the facilities and areas of Tegel Airport from the aviation law zoning (cancellation of the planning approval) are definitive. BFG has submitted application to the aviation authorities to revoke the operating permit for Tegel Airport for the time period following the operational start-up of BER and to release the airport from the operating obligation. The current notice of revocation provides for a revocation of the operating permit when six months have expired following the functioning operational start-up of the extension of the future runway to 3,600 metres and the construction of the new future runway at the commercial airport BER with a minimum length of 4,000 metres. Negotiations regarding the procedures for return of the property with the land owners have commenced and are expected to be concluded shortly. The leaseholds concluded between the Company and the State of Berlin or the federal government provide for compensation based on market value if and when the buildings and premises can continue to be used for other purposes. BFG does not have any obligations to demolish buildings, facilities and traffic areas upon the expiration of the heritable building right/leasing agreements. Upon expiration of the heritable building right, BFG will receive compensation in the amount of 50 per cent of the market value for the existing buildings, provided that the structures can be utilised in accordance with a future planning permission designation of the land.

The leasing contract/heritable building right agreement with the federal govern- ment provide that the provisions for the return will be regulated in a separate agreement, which is now in final draft form. B.7 Return of the property of the former Tempelhof Airport Tempelhof Airport was closed on 31 October 2008. The owners of the property of the former Tempelhof Airport had made the property available to BFG for the operation of Tempelhof Airport pursuant to leases. These agreements were a heritable building right agreement between BFG and the State of Berlin and a utilisation agreement between BFG and the Federal Republic of Germany (ownership rights now being exercised by the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management which became the successor to the Federal Assets Management Office in 2005). After the cessation of aviation operations on 30 October 2008, BFG returned the property of the former Tempelhof Airport to its owners, the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management (BImA) and the State of Berlin. BIM Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH (BIM) has been managing the property since 31 October 2008 on behalf of the owners and represents them exclusively in any and all matters related to the property. Suit was filed against BFG on 31 October 2009. However, the plaintiff is not BIM, but the owners of the property, the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management and the State of Berlin. The suit is related to the handover of the property by BFG to the owners in October 2008. The suit seeks determination that BFG is obligated to compensate any and all current and future damage or loss which has resulted or which results in the future because BFG did not fulfil its obligations pursuant to the leases to maintain and service the property and did not hand over the property in proper condition. BFG is of the opinion that the asserted claims have no basis and that the suit is unfounded. BFG fulfilled its obligations pursuant to the leases at all times. In the meantime, the plaintiffs have extended their suit to include Facility Management Tempelhof GmbH (FMT). The plaintiff’s complaint concerns poor performance of the contractual services by FMT during the management period in 2009. During an oral hearing before the Berlin Regional Court, the Regional Court indicated that it was of the opinion that BFG had returned the property in a condition required by the contract and would presumably win the decision of any litigation. The requirement was for the maintenance and return of the property in a functional condition suitable for its age and in view of the purpose of the lease (operation of a commercial airport). BFG fulfilled this requirement. The court proposed a settlement to the parties; at this time, the parties are conducting settlement negotiations aimed at reaching mutual agreement on a solution. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 113 �

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