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Annual report 2016

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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.

The FBB mobile

The FBB mobile measurement vehicle in Krummensee Transparency for the neighbouring residents Airports are required by law to operate measurement points at the airport and its surroundings for the purpose of documenting the aircraft noise. Accordingly, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH has installed a total of 25 stationary measurement points in the environs of Schönefeld and Tegel Airports (per 31 December 2016). The measurement results are submitted to the pertinent government authorities and the Aircraft Noise Commission monthly and published on the internet. Stationary measurements The locations of the stationary measurement points for documentation of the aircraft noise are determined in consultation with the Aircraft Noise Commission, which includes representatives from the neighbouring communities. Measurement points must always be placed along the approach and departure routes and in selected communities affected by aircraft noise. During the selection of the locations, other sources of noise such as main traffic arteries or railway lines are avoided because they lead to a distortion of the results. The measurement data are retrieved from the measurement points once a day and attributed to the aircraft movements on the basis of the radar data from the Deutsche Flugsicherung. Noise results coming from noise sources other than air traffic are determined subsequently and deleted from the statistics. Moreover, weather data are taken into consideration so that any distortion of the measurement results is avoided. This form of aircraft noise monitoring enables FBB to provide information about noise emissions of every aircraft movement and to document the development of the aircraft noise situation reliably and continuously. The data are used in particular for the calculation of the take-off and landing fees, which are related to noise, and for handling complaints. Mobile measurements At locations, which do not justify any permanent installation of a measuring station FBB carries out mobile measurements, with which, as a rule, the aircraft noise incidents are recorded over a period of one month. The equipment meets the requirements for stationary measurement points with respect to the noise measurement technology. The mobile measurement vehicles are deployed at the request of the Aircraft Noise Commission or the municipal authorities or at the suggestion of affected persons. Through repeated measurements at the same locations the company documents the change in the aircraft noise pollution over a longer period of time. With the stipulation of flight routes multiple measures with the mobile measurement devices also serve to document changes. So-called zero measurements were carried out in Wendenschloss and Schönefeld in order to record the pollution before the commissioning of the BER. In addition extensive measures were carried out in 2016 in the more remote approach area of Tegel Airport in order

Environment | 47 ← to record possible changes after the introduction of the CDO procedure (continuous descent operations) at Tegel Airport. This concern an approach procedure, with which the aircraft descend continuously under minimum use of the engine. Besides the savings of jet fuel this procedure should also reduce the noise emissions. As in the previous years the aircraft mobile noise vehicle was used in July in Pankow. Aircraft movements live The current aircraft movements for Schönefeld and Tegel can be retrieved with a delay of only a few minutes with the aid of the information tool Travis. Anyone interested in the information can determine with only a few mouse clicks what type of aircraft and what airline are involved, the departure or the destination, the flight altitude, the speed, and the approach or climbing angle. Users can place a house at any spot on the map and display the altitude at which an aircraft flies over the house or what the lateral distance of the house from the approach or departure line is. The data from the aircraft noise measurement points are also displayed. location. The forecast equivalent continuous noise level for any address entered can also be calculated. Operating direction forecast The operating direction forecast shows the direction in which aircraft will presumably be taking off. This information is helpful for residents living near the airport who are located to the north or south of the approach and departure routes rather than directly under them. As a rule, landings in these areas are perceived to be significantly quieter than take-offs. The Airport Company implemented this service at the suggestion of citizens.t. Flight noise information and complaint systems Relief aid flights with large transport aircraft, weather fronts, change in the wind direction causing a change in the operating direction in which aircraft take off and land: All of these factors can cause situations in which neighbours in the proximity of Schönefeld and Tegel Airports can feel disturbed. The Airport Company welcomes information and criticism from neighbouring residents and has set up the aircraft noise and complaint system so that with its help questions or complaints can be processed efficiently and the company can respond quickly to them. You will find more information on the Neighbourhood Portal at http://nachbarn.berlin-airport.de Aircraft Noise Forecast for BER The “Aircraft Noise Forecast for BER” contains information about the development of aircraft noise after operational startup of the new airport. The Aircraft Noise Forecast can be used to estimate for any address in the vicinity of BER how high the aircraft will be flying over the house and – if the entered address is within the described flight corridor – what maximum noise level will occur at that Kienitzberg: One of the 25 fixed measuring stations

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