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→ 80 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 i ministrative Court confirmed the supplementary planning stipulation decision regarding the regulation of night-time flights for BER. The Brandenburg Infrastructure Ministry had regulated the number of flights in the periphery times between 10 p.m. and midnight and between 5 and 6 a.m. in this decision from 20 October 2009. Airport company, airlines and airport neighbours now have security for their planning. Berlin Brandenburg Airport can now be opened the way it has been planned and constructed for years: as an airport which will connect Berlin and Brandenburg with the world far better than the two existing airports in Schoenefeld and Tegel can do by offering more long-haul routes and additional flights to European destinations. airberlin and Lufthansa raise their operational level The two largest airlines at Schoenefeld and Tegel Airports, airberlin and Lufthansa, reacted immediately to the decision by the Federal Administrative Court with a positive signal in the direction of BER: both airlines announced that they would be raising the level of their commitment at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. At the beginning of May 2012, airberlin will initiate a new long-haul route to Los Angeles. Moreover, the airline has made a clear commitment to the new airport and its future as an aviation hub by building the large maintenance hangar at BER. Lufthansa has announced the expansion of European routes leaving from Berlin and the stationing of new aircraft. By taking these steps, the airline is creating the basis which will in the middle term allow it to offer additional destinations in the intercontinental sector. Base trial operation begins at BER Base trial operation at Berlin Brandenburg Airport successfully began on 24 November 2011. Employees of the airlines, security and ground handling services and the airport are testing all of the major operational procedures: the full scope of normal airport operations from check-in to security checkpoints to boarding will be simulated. Moreover, the workers have the opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with the topography of their future workplaces during training sessions for theory and on-site inspections. The objective is to take advantage of the six-month trial operation to discover as far as possible all of the problems and sources of error and to eliminate them ahead of the opening to assure the scheduled operational start-up. B.2 Construction work at Berlin Brandenburg Airport Terminal The terminal is the heart of the new airport. Work on the interior of the terminal has been moving at top speed since the beginning of 2011: floors have been laid, security checkpoint lanes installed and the various components of the baggage conveyor system have been coordinated with one another. The check-in

areas in the terminal departure area have been largely completed, escalators and lifts have been installed and the installation of the guidance system has begun. Passenger bridges have been installed on the outside of the terminal, and the transit areas to Pier North and Pier South are finished. The first check-incounters, security checkpoints, gates and baggage conveyor system have started operations as part of the operational trials. 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 to the public transport network was presented in September 2011. More than 90 per cent of the work on road connections has also been completed. Movement areas and South Runway FBB successfully concluded the final lighting tests on the future South Runway at the beginning of May 2011. 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. 485 signs have been put up to provide exact orientation for pilots. The newly constructed movement areas have a total area of more than 1.8 million square metres, created by pouring about 1.2 million cubic metres of concrete. The flight inspection of the instrument landing system (ILS) on the South Runway by the Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) has also been concluded. The ILS will run in monitored trial operation until the operational start-up at BER to obtain certification at the highest security level as 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. All four of the media to be supplied by the energy centres (electric power, emergency power, heating and cooling from power-heating cogeneration plants) are now available. As many as 500 servers in the central computer centre will provide computing power to the new capital city airport in the future. The vital services of the airport, from the control centre to the check-in counter, will run on the servers. The computer centre has been available for use since the beginning of November 2011 and is ready for operational trials as scheduled. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 81 � O

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