Die FBB betreibt den Flughafen Schönefeld und über ihre Tochtergesellschaft BFG den Flughafen Tegel. Im Jahr 2017 wurden an den Flughäfen rund 33,3 Millionen Passagiere befördert. Damit ist Berlin der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Um die nötigen Kapazitäten für die Zukunft zu schaffen, entsteht derzeit der neue Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt am Standort Schönefeld.
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Annual Report 2012

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Portraits, finances, prospects: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH presents its key business segments, latest financial statements and most recent developments in the annual report.

52 | Flughafen Berlin

52 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH FBB created a new organisational structure within the division responsible for the BER project. In the course of the reorganisation, the authority, responsibilities and accountabilities on the part of the principal were redefined. The contractual relationship with the planning consortium responsible for general planning and project supervision was terminated by FBB in May 2012. FBB has filed an action for declaratory judgement to secure the damage compensation claims to which it is entitled. A new project planning and project supervision structure for the airport terminal was established under the direction of FBB. Major focus of performance for the project planning and supervision is the elimination of the construction shortcomings by supplementing and upgrading the existing construction work. The completion of the safety systems in the airport terminal as the basis for the approval of the building in accordance with construction laws is also essential. Moreover, the new project supervision must eliminate shortcomings in the administrative area, especially a backlog of work related to the auditing of addenda and invoices. At the end of 2012, the staff of the project supervision was increased within the framework of an EU-wide negotiation procedure, including a call for competition, to ensure its performance capability. The inadequate plans handed over by the previous general planner have been or will be completed and updated by the new project planning organisation and will be supplemented by any additional required planning. The new project supervision organisation must coordinate the elimination of the existing defects and performance of the remaining construction work related to interior furnishings and building services in the airport terminal. Finally, the technical systems must be tested and approved by the responsible experts. The construction of the two pavilions which are being built to implement the new EU safety regulations will be completed by the end of 2013. In contrast to the planned opening on 3 June 2012, the full operation of the BER terminal will be available right from the opening of the airport. After the decision to postpone the opening date was made in May 2012, FBB reviewed the construction costs for BER. The additional costs which were determined resulted primarily from the postponement of the operational start-up, additional expenditures for fire protection and smoke removal, deviations from the targeted construction in the planning and disruptions in the construction progress which had occurred. A recommendation for the allocation of additional funds to the BER project was submitted to the Supervisory Board. In Q4 2012, the review of construction costs was repeated and updated on the

asis of new information. As a consequence of the occurrence of new circum- stances and costs resulting from the repeated postponement of the operational start-up, it became necessary to shift items in the existing budget so that additional funds could be made available for the BER project. The FBB shareholders decided in 2012 to provide in total an additional €1.2bn to the Company to secure the financing of the additional construction and noise protection measures which were required. It must be assumed that further financing will be required as a consequence of the renewed postponement of the date for the operational start-up without designation of a new date, depending on the actual time which lapses until the airport starts operation. An estimate of the amount will not be possible until all of the evaluations have been concluded, the additional investments which will still be required have been determined in concrete terms and it has become possible to set a new date for operational start-up. The operating airports at Tegel and Schönefeld The operating airports Schönefeld and Tegel will have to master the rising numbers of passengers for a longer period than initially planned. FBB conducts regular reviews to determine the areas where repair work and any comprehensive general remodelling work beyond mere repairs must be carried out to maintain controlled operations which are as acceptable as possible for passengers. Measures being given particular consideration at Schönefeld include the following: • General overhaul of the baggage conveyor system • Resurfacing of the apron areas and taxiways, replacement of the rainwater and sewage systems • Partial renovation of the runways • Replacement of the sanitary facilities • Comprehensive maintenance of the passenger bridges • Modernisation of the building services The focus of special reviews at Tegel Airport include the following: • Further optimisation of the traffic flows • General overhaul of the baggage conveyor system • Renovation of the north runway • Comprehensive maintenance of the apron areas and taxiways • Replacement of the sanitary areas • Maintenance and updating of the air-conditioning, tank farm and emergency diesel generators. Our Figures | 53

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