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→ 88 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 S only as a transit airport. Above all, these passengers fly to destinations in North America via Frankfurt. This is confirmation of the general increase in demand in travel to North America. airberlin is also responding to the market development by adding the routes from Berlin to New York (May 2011) and to Los Angeles (May 2012). The strongest growth rates on the markets were found in travel within Europe, where a total of 14,832,202 passengers was counted on these routes, corresponding to 13.7 per cent. Solid growth was also recorded on routes outside of Europe: the number of passengers in worldwide air travel rose by 7.4 per cent to 1,178,922 (about 5 per cent of the total volume) last year. Growth of 36.3 per cent to 703,816 passengers on the thirteen long-haul routes stands out in particular. On the other hand, the demand on domestic flights within Germany declined by 1.9 per cent in comparison with the previous year to 8,022,685 passengers. Steady growth in the number of transit passengers in Berlin continued in 2011. The share of transit passengers in total volume rose from 1.7 per cent in 2009 to 3.4 per cent in 2010 to about 4.1 per cent in 2011 (+20.6 per cent in comparison with 2010). In terms of the entire country, it can be seen that registered growth in passengers concentrated above all on large airports and those with a hub position. Midsize and small airports, on the other hand, posted in total only slight growth or registered in total declines in passenger numbers. Transport development at the airports in Schoenefeld and Tegel reflected this especially clearly. Tegel and Schoenefeld Airports counted a total of 242,961 aircraft movements last year (+3.3 per cent). Utilisation of aircraft capacity increased to 72.6 per cent (+1.5 per cent), the average aircraft size from 133 to 136 seats. A total of 31,228 tonnes of cargo was transported by air at Tegel and Schoenefeld Airports in 2011, 4,340 tonnes more than in 2010 (+16.1 per cent). Business with belly freight is booming above all on long-haul routes, where growth of 29 per cent over the previous year was recorded. Additional cargo volume of as much as 3,000 tonnes a year for every new long-haul route is expected for the future at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. The fears of the aviation industry beforehand that the introduction of the German air traffic tax would have a negative impact on Schoenefeld Airport proved justified. The successful history of growth at the airport came to an abrupt end: Schoenefeld Airport counted a total of 7,113,989 passengers in 2011, a decline by 2.5 per cent in comparison with the previous year. Tegel Airport turned out to be the sole growth driver in 2011: a total of 16,919,820 passengers was registered here, 1,894,220 more than in the previous year (+12.6 per cent). In its last full year of operation, Tegel Airport more than doubled the number of passengers originally expected when the airport was built.

Traffic volume at Schoenefeld and Tegel 230,495 24,034 Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 89 � 220,749 22,324 215,493 20,977 2011 commercial aircraft movements thereof 164,177 at Tegel and 66,318 at Schoenefeld passengers (thousands) thereof 16,920 at Tegel and 7,114 at Schoenefeld 2010 commercial aircraft movements thereof 152,948 at Tegel and 67,801 at Schoenefeld passengers (thousands) thereof 15,026 at Tegel and 7,298 at Schoenefeld 2009 commercial aircraft movements thereof 150,190 at Tegel and 65,303 at Schoenefeld passengers (thousands) thereof 14,180 at Tegel and 6,797 at Schoenefeld

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