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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→ 136 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH B. Commercial Development In the last few years the capital city region has shown a more than average positive participation in the increase in passenger volumes in Germany. For the airports in Berlin this was an essential revenue driver and it above all benefited from the continuing growth with the Low-Cost-Airlines with their Point-to-Point traffic. A continued increase in the passenger volume is expected in Germany for the next few years that will be supported by the positive economic forecasts for Germany and also for Europe. Analogue to this the airports in Berlin are expecting continuing growth in the short- to medium-term. This applies despite the insolvency of Air Berlin, of the until then largest customer of the airports in Berlin. Owing to the demand it is assumed that the affected traffic will be taken over by other airlines in 2018 already, which increasingly service the Berlin market. For the airports in Berlin, compared to 33.33 million passengers in 2017, an increase by around 5.5 % to 35.16 million passengers with the focus on the legacy airport Schönefeld is planned in 2018. In order to cope with the growth in traffic in Schönefeld the expansion of the infrastructure there will be continued, the use of which is envisaged until 2025. It is at the same time expected that the already very high capacity utilisation of the existing Tegel Airport will continue to have an effect to inhibit growth. With the successive take-over of the Air Berlin traffic that was lost in 2017 in total an increase in the commercial flight movements from 263.2 thousand by around 4.2 % to 274.2 thousand is planned for 2018. Within the scope of the continued market consolidation in air traffic an average higher aircraft capacity utilisation is expected. The sales revenues planned for 2018 will above all rise by around 8 % due to the expected increase in the traffic volume and by remuneration adjustments compared to 2017. However, this also includes growth in the Non-Aviation business. In addition income from property sales is also planned for 2018 again, which promotes a settlement of trade in the vicinity of Schönefeld Airport. The completion of construction of BER and the implementation of the expansion programme at the Schönefeld location as well as the project for securing operations at the Tegel location substantiate temporary additional costs. This leads to an increase in the expenses for maintenance as well as further operating expenses, the development of which is partly marked by an additional requirement for services, security and consulting services for the implementation of the projects. A slight increase in the workforce is planned for 2018, which, besides the whole year effect from the increase in the numbers of employees during the year 2017 as well as tariff and contribution increases, leads to an increase in the personnel expenses. The personnel expenses per FTE (Full-time equivalent on an annual average) will change by around + 0.7 % to an average 74.3 TEUR/FTE in 2018. At the same time an increase in the income per FTE by around 4.5 % to an average of 230 TEUR/FTE is expected.

Our figures | 137 ← For the depreciations merely a slight increase is planned in 2018, which is derived from the whole year effect 2017 of made and from 2018 planned, above all operational, investments. As a result thereof and by taking the interest expenses that were reduced owing to the interest rate swap restructuring that was implemented in 2017. Into account a consolidated loss is planned of around EUR 117 million for 2018. C. The New Berlin Brandenburg Airport C.1 Completion of construction The BER will open in October 2020. The completion of the structural execution and the technical startup in the passenger terminal incl. the fault-free test protocols of the safety-oriented systems, as required under building law, is aimed at for 2018. The effect and principle examination that is additionally required at BER under building law will be subsequently carried out that tests all systems in combination once again for their fulfilment of protective aims. After this until the actual opening of BER, the release for use under building law will be carried out and the execution of the operative startup processes (ORAT - Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer). C.2 Creation of additional capacities – development of Master Plan BER 2040 The new BER airport and its further expansion are of special significance for the capital city Berlin and the state of Brandenburg. The region around BER is currently one of the strongest growing areas in Berlin-Brandenburg. The airport is now already the starting point and driving force for this growth. The fast changing air traffic market with a substantial increase in the Low-Cost- Carriers, new airlines and connections as well as rising security requirements are increasingly new challenges for the airport operation. A modern airport must react to these changes. Not only in the operation and the processes, but also with the infrastructure. The most important factors for this are the wishes and expectations of the passengers (and airlines) for more quality of time spent in the airport, customer experience, good accessibility and the changing basic conditions. The requirements of the modern air traffic market and the changed traffic structures need a further development of the infrastructure. The forecasts for 2040 assume a growth at the location to around 55 million passengers. The share of direct traffic will be 85 to 90 % in this case. This requires more flexibility and concentration for the airport and its further development as well as more terminal space for security controls, the baggage handling and check-In. For this reason the “Master Plan BER 2040” project was implemented in 2017. The Master Plan is a strategy paper that describes the implementation of the infra-

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