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Annual Report 2011

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Annual Report 2011

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→ 90 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 Traffic volume developed as shown below at Schoenefeld and Tegel Airports. Commercial aircraft movements 2011 2010 2009 Tegel Airport 164,177 152,948 150,190 Schoenefeld Airport 66,318 67,801 65,303 Total 230,495 220,749 215,493 Passengers (Thousands) 2011 2010 2009 Tegel Airport 16,920 15,026 14,180 Schoenefeld Airport 7,114 7,298 6,797 Total 24,034 22,324 20,977 B.2 Non Aviation Management In the view of Non Aviation Management, the year 2011 took a positive course. In comparison with the two previous years, there were no events like the financial crisis or the eruption of the volcano in Iceland which had negative effects on the development of earnings in Non Aviation business. The establishment of Tegel Airport as an airberlin hub continued to be highly positive for Non Aviation business. As in the previous year, the growth in the number of passengers had a positive effect on almost all segments. In particular, the implementation of the walk-through duty-free/duty-paid shops and the Marché food and beverage business in Terminal C2 made a positive contribution to the earning position of the Non Aviation division. In addition, Terminal C3 was built in September so that the continuing increase in the number of passengers at Tegel could be handled. Marché has a mobile unit at this site. Generally speaking, the optimisation and successful development of the various Non Aviation segments resulted in profitable business just as in recent years. The variety offered to passengers was expanded and the attractiveness and appeal of the individual shops were substantially improved. During the first half of 2011, a mystery shopping programme was carried out in conjunction with specific sales training for the associates in the various shops so that shopping could be made even more attractive and pleasant for passengers at the airport. Despite the rising passenger numbers and highly positive development of the Non Aviation division, some of the less profitable units were closed at the end of the fiscal year: three travel agencies, the Tegel Terrace restaurant, the Convenience Store and the Crew Shop.

The parking segment turned in an excellent development in earnings in com- parison with the two previous years and benefited especially from the rising numbers of passengers. In the segment airport advertising, the effects of the financial crisis have finally been overcome and the advertising market has recovered. Once again, significantly more contracts, some of them with large volumes, were concluded. As a consequence, it was possible to exceed both the sales of the previous year and the budgeted earnings significantly. The number of passengers at Schoenefeld Airport, however, was in decline and fell slightly below the level of the previous year. But it was possible to do more than simply compensate for this effect in most segments so that overall the earnings level of the previous year was reached. This resulted from the optimisation of the passenger flow management at Schoenefeld Airport as well as from the optimisation and successful development of the various Non Aviation segments in recent years. The variety offered to passengers was expanded and the attractiveness of the individual shops was substantially improved. The parking segment suffered most from the declining number of passengers, which is reflected in the lower utilisation of parking facility capacities. It was not possible to reach the earnings level of the previous year in this segment. The advertising market has recovered at Schoenefeld Airport as well, and rising sales were posted in the reporting period. B.3 Real Estate Management Airport City Airport City is rising immediately in front of the terminal. Six-storey buildings with gross floor area of about 148,000 square metres can be realised on the variable construction plots of the 16-hectare area. The urban planning foresees an elegant ensemble bordering a central plaza. By the time of the opening of BER, a hire car centre, four parking facilities, a four-star hotel and an office and services centre will have been completed here. Fay Projects GmbH is building the six-storey Berlin Brandenburg Airport Center on an area of about 4,300 square metres. It is the first office block in Airport City and will cover the demand for office space in excess of what is available in the terminal and from other tenants. The completion of the property is scheduled for April 2012. The space is scheduled to be handed over to tenants in May 2012, in time for operational start-up of the future capital airport. The project developer ECE Projektmanagement G.m.b.H. & Co. KG is cooperating with Steigenberger Hotel AG to build a 4-star Superior Steigenberger Hotel with more than 322 rooms and a conference centre immediately across from the terminal on an area of about 4,300 square metres as well. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 91 � ö

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