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→ 116 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 → 04Outlook and opportunities A Development of commercial operation A.1 Aviation Management/transport development Economic research institutes do not expect more than moderate economic growth in Germany in the coming year. Still, the experts foresee Germany maintaining its position as the development leader in the euro zone. For most of the European neighbours, substantially weaker growth rates, in part even a shrinking of the economy, are expected. Moreover, there are growing threats (including the debt crisis of some of the countries in the euro zone, the development of oil prices) which increase the difficult of making projections and may lead to deviations. The airport association ADV (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Verkehrsflughäfen) predicts growth in the number of passengers by about 2 per cent at German airports in its most recent forecast for 2012, based on the present signs. The development of transport continues to be hampered by the air traffic tax which has been applied since the beginning of 2011; it is resulted in the curtailment of flights and a decline in demand, especially in domestic air travel in Germany. Looking at the emissions trading, the inclusion of non-European airlines as well, promised by politicians to ensure competitive equality, hardly seems possible now. Emissions trading will almost certainly place substantial, one-sided burdens on European airlines in comparison with their competitors from the USA, Russia, China and the Middle East. The two large German airlines, Lufthansa and airberlin, have announced significant reductions in their capacity planning for 2012. Through 2011, Tegel and Schoenefeld Airports played a special role in transport development in Germany. After nine years of consistently better development in aviation in the capital city region than for the country on the average, Schoenefeld and Tegel Airports expect consolidation at a high level for 2012 – a more cautious assessment than at the national level. Their reserved expectations are based on new, higher aviation fees for the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, on the continuing negative effects of the air traffic tax and, last, but not least, on the effects of the single location on competing routes which were previously distributed between Schoenefeld and Tegel.

2012 is a turning point in the aviation of the capital city region: the year marks the transition from Schoenefeld and Tegel Airports to the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. A total of 23.5 million passengers are expected in 2012. The activities of the two large airlines airberlin (expansion of hub, additional long-haul routes, joining oneworld) and Lufthansa (stationing of additional aircraft, largest single investment in the location) and of easyJet (additional destinations) will have a positive effect in 2012: at the end of 2011, all three airlines made clear announcements about the growth of their commitment, initially at Tegel and Schoenefeld Airports, from 03 June 2012 at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. One thing is clear: the availability of long-haul service in the capital city region will continue to grow in 2012. Following the addition of the new long-haul routes to Dubai, Miami and Mombasa (November 2010) and New York (May 2011), airberlin will begin flying to Abu Dhabi from January 2012 and to Los Angeles from June 2012 as well. Simultaneously, airberlin will increase the frequency of their flights from Berlin to New York from four times a week to daily. This is further evidence that the Berlin aviation market is no longer growing merely in terms of quantity, but in terms of quality as well. The number of commercial aircraft movements in 2012 will be slightly higher than the values for 2010 (221,000) and 2011 (230,000). The number of passengers, on the other hand, will presumably be slightly lower than the previous year (2010: 22.3 million; 2011: 24.0 million). A.2 Non Aviation Management The Non Aviation contracts with the car park operators, the licence holder for airport advertising, the mobile food services and the service machines at BER which were still under negotiation were concluded in fiscal year 2011. The development of the leased areas at BER in close consultation with the tenants has begun and will be finalised in 2012 by the time the new airport opens. The shop clerks for all of the facilities will be trained up to the time of the opening so that uniform standards of service and quality are assured at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. The intensive support for the current tenants will continue so that the good tenant performance is maintained and the possible service in the customers’ eyes can be offered at the current airports. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 117 � ! $

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