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Annual Report 2009

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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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Expenditures and earnings related to other periods Earnings related to other periods in the amount of ¤ 4,486k (previous year ¤ 12,025) were received in the reporting period. This item contains primarily income resulting from the reversal of provisions (¤ 1,738k, previous year ¤ 4,920k) and sales revenues from other periods (¤ 698k, previous year ¤ 36k). In the previous year, the income from other periods also included income from the reversal of valuation allowances in the amount of ¤ 3,621k and from the disposal of fixed assets in the amount of ¤ 2,060k. The expenses from other periods of ¤ 6,419k (previous year ¤ 6,793k) contain essentially ¤ 2,248k in personnel expenses for the participation of employees for the year 2007 in the form of a one-off payment, ¤ 1,296k (previous year ¤ 3,113k) in valuation allowances for compensation cuts in previous years and ¤ 875k (previous year ¤ 671k) other expenses for previous years. The expenses from other periods in the previous year also included ¤ 1,641k in expenses from provisions for the closure of Tegel. Write-offs and depreciation As in previous years, the useful life periods for the fixed tangible assets at Tegel have been adjusted to consider the closure measures and dates set in the consensus resolution. The resulting additional write-offs amount to ¤ 12,060k (previous year ¤ 7,905k). Pursuant to a subsequent usage concept modified in 2009, additional write-offs in the amount of ¤ 411k (previous year ¤ 2,801k) were taken in Schoenefeld. Unscheduled write-offs in the amount of ¤ 3,739k (previous year ¤ 3,739k) were taken in fiscal year 2009. They are caused by an additional write-off result ing from the poor basic structure of some of the build ings. Off-balance-sheet transactions and derivative financial instruments The interest for the long-term borrowing represents a major component of the future payment obligations of FBS. The Company therefore secured its position in the event of an increase in interest rates and the resulting rise in financing costs by concluding a total of three interest swaps in December 2006. Each of these agreements has been concluded to hedge future cash flows. The secured risk is the change in value of the interest payments for the long-term borrowing resulting from changes in the 3-month Euribor interest rates. The objective of the interest hedge transactions is to establish a fixed rate for the series of expected interest payments (3-month Euribor). During the period until 2013, the first about 70 % of the total borrowing needs according to current liquidity planning and business plan is to serve as the basic anticipative transaction for the security. During the period until 2026, the first about 50 % of the total borrowing needs according to the business plan will apply. Risks from payment flow fluctuations in the amounts shown above are therefore excluded for future interest payments on these underlying transactions. The interest swaps and the loans to finance the construction of the BBI therefore have a security relationship. The derivative financial instruments are cases of pending transactions. That is why they are not shown in the FBS balance sheet as per 31 December 2009. The attributable fair values of the derivative financial instruments are shown in the table below. Swap Deutsche Bank AG Swap UBS AG Swap Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen Total Market Value 31/12/2009 ¤ -17,221,506.01 -17,593,559.61 -16,802,437.50 -51,617,503.12 The three swaps are so-called “roller coaster swaps”. As of the valuation date, the outstanding reference amounts of the swaps came to ¤ 255,266,700.00 each. The market value of the swaps was determined with the aid of the discounted cash flow valuation. The fu ture interest payments were discounted by the interest structure curve of 31 December 2009. The cash value of these payments represents the value of the swaps. Since the swaps show a negative market value as of the valuation date, the provision for contingent losses created in the previous year was increased from ¤ 4,745k to ¤ 4,964k as per 31 December 2009. The provision for contingent losses was determined by comparing the cash value of the swaps with the cash value of the interest payment obligations resulting from the anticipated taking out of loans. The provision for contingent losses models the ineffective part of the security relationship. The provisions for contingent losses total ¤ 4,964k. Related persons Existing business relationships with related persons were agreed subject to terms and conditions usual on the market. Institutions which perform official duties at the airports and other public institutions are charged rents at cost as prescribed by law. Auditor Fee During the reporting period, fees totalling ¤ 236k were charged by PricewaterhouseCoopers Aktiengesellschaft Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Berlin. 59

These fees cover the services of all of the companies and break down as shown below: Auditing services Other certification services Tax consultancy services Miscellaneous Information Management Prof. Dr. Rainer Schwarz -CEO- Manfred Körtgen, Dipl.-Ing. Architect Total Compensation Paid to Management The compensation paid to the managing directors employed by FBS in 2009 totalled ¤ 796k (previous year ¤ 793k). Supervisory Board Klaus Wowereit Governing Mayor of Berlin Klaus Teichert, Retired State Secretary Senate Department for Finances until 11 August 2009 Dr Christian Sundermann, State Secretary Senate Department for Finances from 11 August 2009 Senator Harald Wolf Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Women's Issues Michael Zehden A-Z Hotelmanagement und Beratungs GmbH & Co. KG Mr Matthias Platzeck, State Premier State Government of Brandenburg Mr Ulrich Junghanns, Minister Ministry of Economics for the State of Brandenburg until 6 November 2009 Mr Rainer Speer, Minister Ministry of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg Günther Troppmann CEO of Deutsche Kreditbank AG Prof. Dr. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, State Secretary Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development until 31 December 2009 60 ¤K 99 4 133 236 Mr Henry B. Cordes, Ministerial Director Federal Ministry of Finance Franziska Hammermeister Works Council Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH Claudia Heinrich Works Council Flughafen Berlin-Schoenefeld GmbH Sven Munsonius Works Council Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH Peter Lindner Works Council Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH from 22 January 2009 Hans-Joachim Büchner Works Council Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld GmbH until 22 January 2009 Holger Rössler ver.di Trade Union Secretary District Berlin Total Compensation Paid to the Supervisory Board The reimbursements for attendance fees paid to the Supervisory Board members amounted to ¤ 16,732 (previous year ¤ 20,466). Total Compensation Paid to Former Members of Management and the Supervisory Board Pension payments to former members of management came to ¤ 463k (previous year ¤ 465k). The pen sion provisions for former members of management and their survivors have been created in full and amounted to ¤ 4,550k (previous year ¤ 4,687k) as per 31 December 2009. Employees Average number of employees during the fiscal year: Employees Vocational trainees Schoenefeld, 24 February 2010 2009 1,399 62 1,461 2008 1,447 71 1,518

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