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122 | Flughafen Berlin

122 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH With regard to the current utilisation of the state’s own areas at the Berlin airport TXL, it must be noted that the heritable building right agreement from 2008 which established the basis for the utilisation by BFG expired at the end of 2011. As provided in the agreement, BFG applied in due time for an extension of the heritable building right agreement under the same contractual terms and conditions. BFG and the State of Berlin have not been able to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of an extension. The parties’ views differ in particular with respect to these points: • Amount of compensation to be paid by the State of Berlin to BFG • Description of the condition of the property owed by BFG upon its return • Responsibility for any inherited contamination of the buildings / clean-up obligations The State of Berlin wanted to revise the regulations of these issues and has no intention of extending the heritable building right agreement under the current terms and conditions. Utilisation at this time continues on the basis of the content of the previous heritable building right agreement, even though ultimately there is no contractual foundation for this utilisation. BFG and the State of Berlin are negotiating parallel the conclusion of a leasing agreement which will regulate utilisation until the return of the state’s own areas to the State of Berlin and the formalities of the return. The areas owned by the German state are being utilised by BFG on the basis of a heritable building right agreement and a leasing agreement with the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management. This agreement will remain in effect until its cancellation by the parties which BFG can request subsequent to the cessation of flight operations. The leasing contract / heritable building right agreement with the federal government provide that the provisions for the return will be regulated in a separate agreement, which is now in final draft form. B.6 Damage compensation claims arising from postponement of operational startup of BER FBB has received letters of claim from service providers, tenants, airlines and other companies requesting damages / regress payments as a consequence of the postponement of the operational startup of Berlin Brandenburg Airport originally set for 3 June 2012. There are currently two cases pending before courts. Air Berlin and Private Textiles (tenant in the terminal) have filed an action for declaratory judgement and a suit for partial payment against FBB. The majority of the letters have initially

Our Figures | 123 done no more than assert the grounds for the claims; very few of the claim letters include concrete figures or they contain at most estimates. The actions filed by Air Berlin and Private Textiles contain only a provisional value of the actions as well. As a consequence, it is not possible at this time to make any definitive statements regarding the total amount of the claims asserted by the various claimants. FBB is reviewing the claims in consultation with outside legal counsel to determine whether they are justified with respect to their basis and amount. Basically, a distinction must be made between two cases: (1) Claimants who can refer to contractual relationships with FBB (2) Claimants who do not have any contractual relationship with FBB, but can refer to a precontractual obligation. Claimants who do not fall in one of these two categories (such as individual passengers or companies in the airport environs) would have to prove and justify statutory claims pursuant to Section 823 BGB [German Civil Code] owing to the lack of any specific obligations. FBB does not believe that any of the prerequisites required to establish such claims are met. If and when, however, contractual relationships exist, there is a possibility of no-fault liability arising from the claimant’s interest in fulfilment. This claim is more extensive than claims which might arise on the basis of precontractual subsidiary obligations and general obligations to provide information because the latter would be effective solely in the event of FBB’s culpability and would cover fidelity damage only. Basically, it is possible (following a preliminary assessment of the damage or loss asserted by a small number of claimants) to determine clearly that compensation cannot be claimed for many of the cases of asserted damage or loss because they rest on a contractual relationship and ultimately assert the interest in fulfilment and lost profit, to which there is no claim as long as there is no contractual relationship. FBB assumes that a part of the claims will be clarified in the course of litigation because there are new or legally complex issues, especially in those cases of the second group (no contractual relationship), which will require clarification, possibly involving a series of appeals. One major aspect of these actions will be the clarification of the circumstances establishing liability (culpability of FBB). Clarification of this issue by the courts will presumably take a longer period of time. Discernible risks have been given due consideration in the annual accounts by the creation of provisions. The possibility of additional risks cannot be completely excluded, but it is not possible at this time to determine their value with any degree of certainty.

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