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→ 16 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 01 Street signs are being put up at BER been installed on the outside of the terminal, and the transit areas to Pier North and Pier South are finished. The first check-in counters, security checkpoints, gates and baggage conveyor system have started operations as part of the operational trials. Parallel to the installations on the inside, work on the two pavilions to the left and right of the terminal are proceeding apace. Connections to transportation networks Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be easily accessible by rail and road as well as from the air. The Airport Express will run every 15 minutes and transport passengers from Berlin’s Central Railway Station to BER in 30 minutes. Intracity trains (S-Bahn) and buses will also run at short intervals, and there is a connection to the long-distance rail network. The connection of Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt to the public transport network was officially presented in September. Far more than 90 per cent of the work on road connections has also been completed. Movement areas and South Runway The final lighting tests on the future South Runway were successfully conducted at the beginning of May. A total of 1,125 kilometres of special airport cable was laid and 5,450 in-pavement lights and 1,425 above-pavement lights were installed for the navigation lighting system on the new South Runway, the apron and the connected taxiway system. The flight inspection of the instrument landing system (ILS) on the South Runway by the Deutsche Flug-

sicherung (DFS) has also been con- cluded. The ILS will run in monitored trial operation until the operational start-up at BER to obtain certification at the highest security level IIIb which is required. Operation-specific buildings A small city with its own independent energy supply and technical infrastructure, most of which has been completed, is rising to the south-east of Berlin along with Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Complete operation of the E.ON edis AG energy centres began 02 Energy centres at BER in June, for example, when the deliv- ery of cooling energy commenced. All four of the media to be supplied by the energy centres (power-heating cogeneration, emergency power, heating and cooling) are now available. Up to 500 servers provide computer power to the new airport from the central computer centre, located in the building for technical maintenance. The computer centre has been available for Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 17 � use since the beginning of November and was ready for operational trials as scheduled. The topping-off ceremony for the new security building was held in March. When operation commences, the building will be used jointly by airport security, German Federal Police and customs, enabling optimal collaboration. The security building was completed on 30 October 2011. Fire stations Two new fire stations have been built for BER: Fire Station West and Fire Station East. Both of the fire stations are close to completion and have been ready for use during operational trials since the end of November. Fire Station West houses the dispatch rooms specific to the fire brigade and parking buildings for large vehicles, the fire brigade management office, the airport control centre, the emergency services office, the security management office and the control centre for technology. Fire Station East is home to three vehicle parking areas with 14 parking spaces for fire-fighting vehicles and serves primarily as fire protection for the terminal besides fire-fighting for aircraft. Maintenance hangars and air cargo centre The cornerstone for the new airberlin and Germania maintenance hangar The construction of BER is creating a small city with its own energy supply and its own technical infrastructure.

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