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→ 86 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 → 02Development of the past fiscal year A General economic position and development of the aviation industry 1 The German economy was once again able to post strong growth in 2011. Real gross domestic product in the reporting period was 3 per cent above that of the previous year. After a strong beginning, the pre-crisis level had been reached by the middle of the year. However, the economy began to weaken towards the end of the year and, as expected, development was not as strong in the last quarter of 2011. Germany’s domestic economy was stabilised by private consumption, which was supported by the positive development of employment and income. Various uncertainties on international markets led to a slow-down in the economic upswing following the dynamic recovery phase of 2010. For one, the oil price was driven strongly upwards at the beginning of 2011 in reaction to the “Arabian spring”. Another factor was the tsunami in Japan in March 2011, bringing part of the country’s economy to a standstill. Moreover, Europe is burdened by the continuing debt crisis of some of the countries in the euro zone. However, the German economy demonstrated pronounced strength in comparison with other euro countries. The aviation industry posted clear growth in passengers (5 per cent in comparison with 2010) over the course of 2011. Nevertheless, a steady decline in the growth rates in passenger transport is discernible, a circumstance which simultaneously mirrors the increasing weakness of general conditions. Growth in passenger figures is attributable to the larger airports, while the many small and midsize airports suffered declines in 2011. In all of 2011, 198.2 million boarding and disembarking passengers were registered at German airports. Passenger numbers were above all generated by European traffic, which grew by +8.3 per cent over the course of the year. In contrast, the growth of domestic air travel in Germany was slightly weaker at only +1.6 per cent, a consequence of the air traffic tax introduced at the beginning of 2011. A slight decline by -0.4 per cent to about 34 million passengers was noted in international air travel. 1 Sources: ADV, Federal Employment Agency, Bundesbank, Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology, Federal Statistical Office

The trend of recent months can also be found in the sector of air cargo. In total, cargo transshipment in 2011 increased by +4.8 per cent to more than 4.4 million tonnes. In December 2011, cargo transshipment at the airports decreased slightly by -0.1 per cent. B Commercial development in 2011 B.1 Aviation Management/transport development The number of passengers at the airports in Tegel and Schoenefeld passed the mark of 24 million for the first time in 2011; a total of 24,033,809 were counted, an increase of 7.7 per cent over 2010. This figure means that aviation traffic in the Berlin-Brandenburg region enjoyed more successful development than the average of the international commercial airports in Germany (+5 per cent in comparison with 2010) for the ninth year in succession. This result was also good enough to retain third place among the German commercial airport, and market share presumably increased to more than 12 per cent. The record of more than 24 million passengers strengthens the Company’s position for the opening of the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Before operation even begins, these passenger figures far exceed original plans for the year of the opening. The improvement in the utilisation of aircraft capacity – evidence of the healthy aviation market in the capital city region – can be viewed as especially positive. Details of the transport figures Air travel development in the capital city region in 2011 was shaped by qualitative growth – attractive connections for business travellers and frequent fliers in particular displayed very positive development. The most heavily travelled route in Germany was the flight to Munich (1,912,894 passengers; +5.2 per cent) while the greatest number of passengers flying to European destinations went to London (1,362,762 passengers, +6.3 per cent). Amsterdam was the market with the greatest growth from Berlin last year (+181,888 passengers; +42.1 per cent). On long-haul flights, the largest number of passengers were found on flights to New York (233,348 passengers: +12.0 per cent). The strongest growth in domestic travel in Germany, 11.4 per cent, was to Frankfurt am Main. About two-thirds of the total of 1,794,166 used Frankfurt Airport Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 87 �

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