Die FBB betreibt den Flughafen Schönefeld und über ihre Tochtergesellschaft BFG den Flughafen Tegel. Im Jahr 2017 wurden an den Flughäfen rund 33,3 Millionen Passagiere befördert. Damit ist Berlin der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Um die nötigen Kapazitäten für die Zukunft zu schaffen, entsteht derzeit der neue Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt am Standort Schönefeld.
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Annual Report 2017

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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.

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→ 36 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH Mission statement for the airport location Airport for 55 million passengers The new airport BER and its further expansion are of special significance for the capital city Berlin and the state of Brandenburg. The region around the BER is currently one of the strongest growing areas in Berlin- Brandenburg. The airport is already today a starting point and a driving force for this growth. The rapidly changing air traffic market with a substantial increase in the Low-Cost-Carriers, new airlines and connections as well as rising security requirements repeatedly poses 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 the time spent in the airport, the customer experience, good accessibility as well as the changing basic conditions. The forecasts for 2040 assume a growth at the location to up to 55 million passengers per annum. The share of direct traffic will be around 85 to 90 per cent. This requires more flexibility and concentration for the airport and its further development as well as more terminal space for security controls, baggage handling and check-in processes. A great deal at the new airport BER is already designed so that it can withstand the forecast growth. With the two runways existing at BER the necessary flight movements can be handled well for 55 million passengers in 2040. The new station directly under Terminal 1 is also designed with its six tracks so that there is sufficient capacity available for the passengers arriving here with intercity, regional and S-Bahn [city trains] as well as the Airport Express. In order to cope with the forecast passenger volumes until 2040 the expansion or new building of terminals as well as of flight operation areas and buildings necessary for operation is necessary. For this reason the project “Master Plan BER 2040” was implemented in 2017. The Master Plan is a strategy paper that describes the implementation of the infrastructural and urban development mission statement against the background of sharply rising passenger numbers and defines the stepby-step expansion of the new airport BER suitable for the needs in five phases. The aim of the Master Plan is also the demand of the economic and structural development of the region. The Master Plan BER 2040 shows that the Airport Company can make the required capacities available at BER. The general location and the time requirement at passenger systems, flight operation areas, buildings necessary for the operation and the media and traffic development are presented in the concept. In addition, the Master Plan defines areas and the scope of the real estate development at the BER location. It is oriented to the three leading ideas, upon which the order of the development of a Master Plan was based from the start:

Master Plan BER 2040 | 37 ← Make the necessary capa cities available for the capital city region 1. Create central, flexible terminal infrastructure 2. Develop new Airport City as an urban location 3. Establish networked mobility / intermodal connectivity

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