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Annual Report 2015

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Corporate volunteering: One of the organisations supported by FBB employees in 2015 was Cabuwazi Circus, which is based close to Schönefeld Airport. For our region Work in the surrounding area ← Picture pages 30/31: These eight young athletes from the region are representatives of FBB’s comprehensive commitment to sports. Berlin Brandenburg Airport is and will continue to be an engine for growth in the region. The creation of jobs and declining unemployment are offset by burdens such as aircraft noise, emissions or heavier traffic. The Airport Company has a responsibility as a company to the region. The community officer liaises with the district administrators, mayors, parliamentary representatives and community representatives and ensures constructive dialogue among the parties. He represents the interests of the Airport Company in the Dialogforum. Support for the region In 2015, the Airport Company supported 190 projects in the airport region, a greater number than ever before. Many associations and institutions depend on financial support from third parties. Many cultural events and festivals would not take place without outside financial assistance, and there would be fewer sports courses

The Airport as a Neighbour | 33 ← available and the sporting success in a wide number of disciplines would be significantly lower. For the Airport Company, building sustainable, dependable, long-term partnerships is a key objective in local activities. Sports is the area in which the airport is most closely involved: FBB supports around 25 different sports. The most important of these are football, team handball and volleyball clubs, as they are firmly established in virtually every community. But less common sports, such as archery, floorball or Indiaca, benefit equally. Culture, social work and education also comprise an important focus, for example jazz festivals, classical music concerts or community choir performances. An increasing number of schools are offering media courses and consequently need tablets, notebooks, or smartboards. The Airport Company also provides tickets for school classes to attend theatre performances. A mobile puppet theatre is available for day nurseries and comes to the facilities to give performances. Refugee aid Some of the refugees currently arriving in Germany have found a new home in the airport region. The Airport Company aims to provide long-term support to communities to help them integrate these newcomers. Schemes here include financial support for German courses and teaching materials, or subsidies to purchase furniture and household goods. FBB cooperates closely with different institutions, including the refugee village in the neighbouring community Schönefeld, the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, the initiative “Willkommen in Königs Wusterhausen” and the German Red Cross. In addition, the employees of the Airport Company have donated starter-packs for refugees arriving at Schönefeld railway station. Airport Campus The Airport Company offers lectures on topics specific to aviation and airports at the Airport Campus for university students within the catchment area of BER. Airport Campus was launched in November 2008. Since then, 42 lectures have been given, attended by about 2,600 students. → Contact: Citizens from the surrounding areas can contact the Airport Company directly by calling the resident hotline. Phone: 030 | 6091-6091 More information is available at http://nachbarn.berlinairport.de In 2015, the Airport Company supported 190 projects in the airport region.

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