Berlin ist mit rund 35,65 Millionen Passagieren im Jahr 2019 der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Aktuell gibt es zwei Flughäfen: den Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld und den Flughafen Berlin-Tegel. Der gesamte Luftverkehr der deutschen Hauptstadtregion soll am Standort Schönefeld konzentriert werden. Dafür plant und baut die Flughafengesellschaft den Flughafen SXF zum Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg – kurz BER – aus. Das Terminal T1 des BER wird am 31. Oktober 2020 eröffnet.
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→ 108 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH ter Plan BER 2040 project. It features areas for the development of the air- and land-side districts and their main uses. Within the scope of the Master Plan an urban development basic structure was created for the development of around 420,000 m² gross floor area in Midfield Gardens and Airgate. Districts are to be created with a substantial focus on offices and urban quality appearance, which will contribute to an improvement in attractiveness of the entire BER location. a) Airport City The Master Plan BER 2040 project has defined the expansion of the infrastructure, concentrated between the runways for take-off and landing, in the socalled Midfield scenario. The preference of the Midfield variant above all led to the fact that the original function of the Airport City as an urban location was superimposed by the terminal development. This function is to be taken over by Midfield Gardens as the new Airport City. Over the course of the Master Plan a location is to be created here, which units many different functions in one and offers a high quality of time spent at the location. b) Business Park Berlin The entire development activities in the Business Park Berlin are being carried out in three construction phases and is financially supported using funds provided under the joint agreement "Improvement of Regional Economic Structures" (GRW). Before the opening of the BER already it was possible to market around 66 of the total 109 hectares. The realisation of the third development phase is carried out depending on the demand situation and the companies settling at the location. c) Maintenance Area The maintenance companies operating at BER Airport as well as service facilities of FBB are housed in the district of the Maintenance Area. Hangars of various partners were thus realised at this site already. In 2017 it was possible to authenticate a further heritable building right contract regarding a property in the Maintenance Area. A maintenance hangar is to be realised here for the Business Aviation from 2018. It was possible to submit two heritable building right contract offers to the Lufthansa Group in order to erect further maintenance hangars. d) Subsequent utilisation of the legacy Schönefeld Airport (SXF) Before the startup of BER, SXF must manage up to 14 million passengers per annum in the next two to three years. First smaller measures such as the construction of Terminal D2 (Arrivals) and the reinforcement of Terminal C (Security controls) were carried out in 2016 already. With the currently created concept optimisation of operation Schönefeld the operational capability will be ensured until 2025 with several measures and moreover the prerequisites created in

Our figures | 109 ← order to hand over the area to the federal government at the end of 2021 for the realisation of the government airport. The deficits of the terminal infrastructure lie in the field of the waiting room and gate capacity as well as due to the decentralisation of the security and password control points. In a first step a temporary waiting room will be created with approx. 2,300 m² for the summer flight plan 2018 already on an aircraft position – connected via existing passenger bridges. This enables, on the one hand, ad hoc to improve the quality of time spent in the location, and on the other hand, to mitigate the restrictions expected with the follow-up projects, conversion of Terminals D1 and Pier 3a, due to construction. With Terminal D1 the air-side access for personnel and goods will be reinforced (ZKS – access control point), efficient security control points and additional Non-Schengen-waiting room with partly-centralised pass control will be set up. At the same time the Non-Aviation offers will be improved. The Pier 3a, so far operated with separate departure and arrival level, will be prepared over two levels as a waiting room area (level 0 – Schengen, level 1 – Non-Schengen) with a further partly central pass control departure. The apron allocated to Pier 3a will be set up for a flexible use for direct boarding/de-boarding from the building as well as for the bus service provision. After completion of both measures the temporary waiting room can be dismantled again. In order to improve the land-side development the bus access routes and places will be re-oriented for the local and long-distance traffic. In order to ensure a stable operation there the existing terminals will be reinforced to the extent that until a full discontinuation of the commercial air traffic in BER north it is expected that in 2025 a capacity of up to 10 million passengers/annum will be available. At the end of 2021 large parts of the flight operation areas (apron 2, 2a and parts of apron 3) as a result of the construction field hand-over to the federal government, will be handed over for the independent establishment of the government airport. It is foreseen that between 2018 and 2020 substitute apron areas (temporary apron 3b) will be created in order to make sufficient handling positions available for the aforementioned traffic volume. Furthermore, the taxiway network will be adjusted to the extent that a safe, i.e. impact-free taxi traffic guidance is possible from and to both take-off and landing runways (temporary taxiway K6, taxiway K5). e) Subsequent use of the legacy airport Tegel After the startup of the BER Tegel Airport is to be kept in a condition ready for operation for a maximum of a further six months still in order to guarantee the air traffic connection of the city of Berlin if required and to be able to fulfil the tasks of the protocol service of the federal government and the special air mission wing of the Federal Ministry of Defence. The movable objects will be removed and the property as well as the building structures will be placed in a cleared condition. The property will then be returned to its owners, the German government and the State of Berlin. Appropriate contractual agreements have

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