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→ 114 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 B.8 Improvement of profitability A basic pillar of the financing concept is the constant increase in the Company’s profitability – at the current airports until June 2012 on the one hand and at BER from June 2012 on the other. It has been possible in the last few years to increase steadily the profitability of the operating business. If payment of the interest on the outside capital is to be possible, the level of the current airports must be maintained and further improvement must be achieved for BER under the new general conditions. In view of these circumstances, costs and income at the current airports and at BER are subjected to strict controlling. One important aspect is the strict management of operating costs at BER. There is careful monitoring to ensure that the operating concepts and the contractual services (e.g. for servicing and maintenance) are in conformity with the requirements of the business plan on which the financing concept is based. B.9 Air traffic tax The air traffic tax at Schoenefeld Airport has led to the decline in passenger numbers expected by FBB Group, confirming in this sense the planning assumptions of FBB. B.10 Marketing of the areas at Business Park Berlin FBB is planning to sell the available plots at Business Park Berlin. FBB will inten- sify its marketing activities and assumes that the marketing will continue to be successful and the operational start-up of BER will stimulate demand. B.11 Financing The financial requirements of FBB in accordance with the long-term planning are covered by the BER long-term financing, the leasing financing and the ILA financing, and FBB has a solid foundation for its future development. The credit lines also have adequate reserves to cover risks. From today’s viewpoint, no further financing will be required for FBB in the coming years. B.12 Financial instruments Major financial instruments within the sense of Section 289 (2), no. 2 HGB (Ger- man Commercial Code) existed in the Company in fiscal year 2011 in the form of receivables and payables. Far and away the greatest part of the liabilities is due to banks as a consequence of the BER long-term financing. The receivables make up only a small portion of the balance sheet total. With the exception of the BER long-term financing, the use of these financial instruments means

that the Company is vulnerable to the risks of payment flow fluctuations, price changes, failures and liquidity to only a relatively small degree. The interest for the long-term financing represents a major component of the payment obligations of FBB. Since the interest expenses for the BER long-term loans are determined on the basis of the variable 3-month Euribor, FBB is vulnerable to substantial risks from payment flow fluctuations in the event of a change in the interest level. For this reason, the Company has secured its position in part against an increase in interest rates and the subsequent rise in financing expenses with the aid of interest swaps. The secured risk is the change in value of the interest payments for the long-term borrowing resulting from changes in the 3-month Euribor interest rates. The security was obtained for only a part of the interest payments expected from the FBB financing, however, so that the current low interest rates are in part beneficial for FBB. The securing of the interest swap by means of guarantees implicitly exposes FBB to the risks of interest rate changes greater than the market value of the interest swaps. The interest swaps have been restructured to eliminate this risk. The security obligation will lapse on 15 March 2012. The risk structure for FBB will change upon operational start-up of BER. The construction and operational start-up risks will decline successively with the opening of BER on 03 June 2012 and the operational risks of an airport will become more significant. In view of this situation, FBB has reviewed its security strategy and aligned it in accordance with the new operating requirements. B.13 Course of BER project The value of major parts of tangible assets is based on the assumption of the successful realisation of BER. BER will begin operation on 03 June 2012. Service packages are being completed in all of the partial projects, functional trials are being conducted and equipment operation is starting on a continual basis to ensure the success of the start-up. Acceptance processes (VOB acceptances and official acceptances) have begun – acceptances have already successfully been completed for partial performances. Acceptances of additional performances are in preparation. These and other construction processes require strict controlling measures, but risks regarding compliance with cost and deadline schedules cannot be excluded. B.14 Appraisal of overall risk The risk management system at FBB Group did not reveal any threats to the Company’s existence for fiscal year 2011, whether from isolated risks or from aggregate risks, nor are any risks to the Company’s existence discernible for 2012. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 115 �

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