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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The BFG does not have any obligations to demolish build ings, facilities and traffic areas upon the expiration of the heritable build ing right. The BFG is responsible solely for any damage resulting during the term of the heritable building right (since 1976) and the leasing contract (1998). Upon expiration of the heritable building right, the BFG will receive compensation in the amount of 50 % of the market value for the existing buildings, provided that the structures can be utilised during future use of the land. The leasing contract/heritable building right agreement with the Federal government provide that the provisions for the return will be regulated in a separate agreement. The Berlin Airports handed over operation of the General Aviation Terminal (GAT) at Berlin-Schoenefeld Airport to ExecuJet Europe in January 2010. The awarding of the GAT strengthens the business aviation in the region of the German capital. Tempelhof Airport was closed on 31 October 2008. The owners of the property of the former Tempelhof Airport had made the property available to BFG for the operation of Tempelhof Airport pursuant to leases. These agreements were a heritable building right agreement between BFG and the State of Berlin and a utilisation agreement between BFG and the Federal Republic of Germany (ownership rights now being exercised by the Federal Institute for Real Estate Management which became the successor to the Federal Assets Management Office in 2005). After the cessation of aviation operations on 30 October 2008, BFG returned the property of the former Tempelhof Airport to its owners, the Federal Institute for Real Estate Management (BA) and the State of Berlin. The BIM Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH has been managing the property since 31 October 2008 on behalf of the owners and represents them exclusively in any and all matters related to the property. Suit was filed against BFG on 31 October 2009. However, the plaintiff is not the BIM GmbH, but the owners of the property, the Federal Institute for Real Estate Management and the State of Berlin. The suit is related to the handover of the property by BFG to the owners in October 2008. The suit seeks determination that BFG is obligated to compensate any and all current and future damage or loss which has resulted or which results in the future because BFG did not fulfil its obligations pursuant to the leases to maintain and service the property and did not hand over the property in proper condition. BFG is of the opinion that the asserted claims have no basis and that the suit is unfounded. BFG fulfilled its obligations pursuant to the leases at all times. BFG filed its defence plea in good time with the Berlin Regional Court in due time on 5 February 2010. A date for oral arguments cannot be expected before autumn 2010. The disputes between the airport and airlines regarding the fees continued in 2009. The disputes with various airlines regarding the fees for the utilisation of key infrastructure facilities in effect since 1 April 2002 and the levying of passenger fees as per 1 August 2003 were settled with almost all of the in volved airlines by means of a settlement back in 2005. But since it was not possible to realise an agreement with dba, Germania and Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft, BFG initially brought suit against dba and Germania, later against Hapag- Lloyd Fluggesellschaft as well. The actions are pending before the Berlin Regional Court and the Potsdam Regional Court. The Berlin Regional Court found in favour of the complain ant in the action BFG versus dba and Germania on 25 November 2008 and declared that the fee calculation for the key infrastructure facilities and the levying of the passenger fees as per 1 August 2003 were legal. The opponents have filed an appeal at the Superior Court of Justice. In the pending parallel action against Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft before the Berlin Regional Court, the suit was dismissed on 23 September 2009. BFG has filed an appeal in the matter at the Superior Court of Justice. The remaining risk, although slight, has been given reasonable consideration in the measurement of the valuation allowance for the related claims. Disputes have arisen pursuant to the sale of GGB. The BFG has undertaken the obligation to initiate court proceedings to recover utilisation fees for ground services owed by Air Berlin to GGB pursuant to assigned rights. Besides the review of the permissibility and reasonableness of the utilisation fees claimed by BFG, the interpretation of the contract concluded between GGB and Air Berlin is the object of the proceedings. The BFG suit against Air Berlin was dismissed in the first instance on 18 December 2008. BFG has filed an appeal at the Superior Court of Justice. In addition, the BFG undertook an obligation during the sale to conduct a test case against GGB to clarify the permissibility and reasonableness of the utilisation fees for ground services claimed by BFG. The subject of the proceedings concerns utilisation fees which GGB invoiced for the handling of Hapag-Lloyd. A hearing for the initial oral arguments concerning the suit filed on 26 June 2008 has been set for the first quarter of 2010. 75

In addition, the pending grant of the certification of the site network properties for the Tegel location and the current legal uncertainty following the European Court of Justice decision of 22 May 2008 as well as the currently unclear effects of the pending transformation of the Electricity Directive into national law by 3 March 2011 represent additional risks. Risk management The risk management system of the FBS Group is composed of various positions. In addition to the central and regional controlling offices and the internal auditing department, there is a work group for risk management. This group draws up criteria and measures for the identification and elimination of risks and the monitoring of the measures. Risk identification and systematisation as well as risk analysis and assessment are carried out quarterly and updated regularly. Ongoing reports on the findings are provided to the Supervisory Board. The risks and the measures determined to counteract them are described in detail in the risk report for the Supervisory Board. In detail, the report covers such topics as possible growth risks resulting from declines in traffic related to negative developments of the economy as a whole, possible scenarios of unforeseeable disasters or the development of various fees. Financial instruments Major financial instruments within the sense of Section 289 (2), Item 2 HGB (German Commercial Code) existed in the company in fiscal year 2009 in the form of receivables and payables. Far and away the greatest part of the liabilities is due to banks. The receivables make up only a small portion of the balance sheet total. Outside of the long-term financing, the Company is vulnerable to payment flow fluctuations and the risks of price changes, failures and liquidity to only a small degree through the use of these financial instruments. The interest for the long-term borrowing of BBI re presents a major component of the future payment obligations of FBS. Since the interest expenses for the loans are determined on the basis of the variable 3-month Euribor, the FBS is vulnerable to substantial risks from payment flow fluctuations in the event of a change in the interest level. 76 For this reason, the Company has secured its position against an increase in interest rates and the subsequent rise in financing expenses since the end of 2006 with the aid of three interest swaps. This security measure is a cash flow hedge. 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). This is achieved by means of the described interest swaps. Schoenefeld, 24 February 2010

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