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→ 84 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 Berlin Brandenburg Airport, in cooperation with the Federal Employment Agency Potsdam, kicked off BER recruiting at the end of November 2011. New corporate design The new look of BER was presented for the first time along with an installation at Tegel Airport in June 2011. In addition to the new name Berlin Brandenburg Airport, it includes a new logo comprising the three letters BER, the trademark of the new airport. Moreover, BER has been given a completely new visual design featuring a palette of colours including a fresh, radiant orange red and the intense, classic purple red. The lighter shade of red is familiar as one of the colours representing the States of Berlin and Brandenburg – it is only logical that the airport, an ambassador of these two states, has incorporated this colour. World Routes The largest and most important conference in the civil aviation sector took place in Berlin on 2 to 4 October 2011: World Routes. Schoenefeld and Tegel Airports were the hosts for this year’s event. More than 2,500 delegates from 300 airlines, 800 airports, numerous destinations and other companies from the travel and aviation industries met in Berlin to plan new routes and to discuss strategies for the global aviation industry. FBB took advantage of this unique opportunity to present the new airport for the capital city region to the global aviation sector. Job recruiting at BER has commenced FBB, in cooperation with the Federal Employment Agency Potsdam, kicked off BER recruiting at the end of November 2011. During the first job fair at airportworld, 20 exhibitors presented more than 400 positions vacant from the Non Aviation division to the 5,000 potential employees. Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be the largest employer in the region, providing jobs for 20,000. The number of people employed in retail trade, restaurant business and service alone will leap upward from just under 800 in Tegel and Schoenefeld to about 1,500 at BER when the airport opens. ORAT The current airports Tegel and Schoenefeld will move to the new airport and shut down their operations simultaneously with the operational start-up at BER. The Berlin Airports launched the programme called ORAT (Operational Readiness & Airport Transfer) in 2009 as part of the intensive preparation for the operational start-up at BER. The time from 2009 to the beginning of 2011 was used above all to lay the conceptual groundwork for this comprehensive programme with the assistance of internationally experienced experts. The implementation of the programme began in the second half of 2011; a total of about 12,000 employees at the airport have been trained, especially in topographical areas (major pathways, location of central facilities) and the adaptations in the regulations and changes in the handling processes, by ORAT since 10 October 2011. Trial operations at the new airport began on 24 November 2011. Passenger and handling processes in the

new infrastructure supported by the future airport systems are being tested. Between 200 and 300 workers, above all from ground transport service providers, airlines, government authorities and BER, are busy with the trials on the construction site two days a week, and several hundred trial operation passengers will join them every day from the end of January 2012. Trial operation and ORAT training sessions will continue until the start of the security cleaning at the new airport in the middle of May 2012. B.4 Investments 2011 The total investment volume of €650.8 million was €57.3 million higher than the value of the previous year (€593.5 million). The largest part by far of the investment activities were related to Berlin Brandenburg Airport: • The partial project building construction of €409.9 million – €358.2 million for the passenger terminal and €35.3 million for the operation-specific buildings. • The partial project underground construction of €126.8 million – €68.6 mil- lion for measures related to movement areas, including lighting and drainage systems; €23.0 million for road construction and €14.9 million for the movement areas at the hangars. • The partial project technical infrastructure of €23.9 million – €2.2 million for line networks (drinking water, sewage, rainwater drainage, heating and cooling systems etc.), €14.2 million for cable networks and €3.4 million for communications systems. • The partial project third-party investments of €19.6 million, primarily ser- vices for development. • Superordinate measures for all partial projects €16.2 million. • The partial project planning of €15.7 million – €6.5 million for planning and construction of open and green areas and €2.4 million for the planning of movement areas. • The partial project noise protection BER of €15.4 million. • Land €2.4 million Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 85 �

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