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→ 92 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 A total of about 10,000 parking spaces will be available to passengers and visitors when the new airport opens. Available parking spaces will be distributed among a total of four car parks, each with about 2,200 spaces, and additional parking areas. A modern hire car centre is being constructed to the south-east of the terminal. Leased properties Deutsche Anlagen-Leasing GmbH & Co. KG (DAL) will construct four car parks, one hire car centre, three buildings for ground handling service providers and one building for the security services providers. FBB is the lessee and simultaneously general contractor for DAL. Construction began in 2010. The completion of all nine properties is scheduled by the time of the operational start-up of BER. Miscellaneous third-party investments FBB has also engaged an investor for the realisation of the cargo building in the Service Area North. Dietz AG is building an air freight centre for belly cargo with an annual capacity of 100,000 tonnes on an area of about 32,000 square metres. The real estate investor J. B. Harder Verwaltung GmbH & Co. KG is building a maintenance hangar with an area of 12,000 square metres, which will be used jointly by airberlin and Germania, in the western maintenance area of BER. Lufthansa Technik is also building a maintenance hangar which will be used by Deutsche Lufthansa itself. Business Park Berlin Business Park Berlin is Berlin’s largest contiguous commercial zone and is a key component of the development of the BER environs. The spaciously landscaped are offers tailored, fully developed plots for companies of all types. The development of the area is financially supported using funds provided under the joint agreement “Improvement of Regional Economic Structures”, which is why preference will be given to companies oriented to production. About 41 per cent of the plot areas have been sold to investors. The Business Park Berlin entrance area of about 14 hectares, located right at the B96a, is expected to be developed into the urban focus for offices, hotels and services. The urban planning concept foresees two areas of urban character featuring a business and a service sector, each with its own profile, and a transition area to the large-area commercial zone located behind them. Overall development and sale of the plots in Business Park Berlin are being carried out in three phases oriented to demand. The first development phase with a four-lane primary access road and two other connecting roads has been completed. The second development phase will be realised at the beginning of 2012.

Subsequent utilisation of the current Schoenefeld Airport At this time, the Federal Republic of Germany operates facilities for the protocol service of the German government and the flight service for the Federal Ministry of Defence at Tegel Airport. Tegel Airport will be closed when BER is opened. Consequently, Germany is seeking a way to relocate its operations, as simultaneously as possible, to the flight areas and buildings of the current Schoenefeld Airport. In preparation for this relocation, FBB and the German Federal Agency for Real Estate Management (BImA) as the principal concluded a planning and financing agreement at the end of 2009 regulating the division of tasks and costs between FBB and BImA. The FBB will apply for and support the required plan revision procedure, modify the landside transport facilities and assure the early handover of the construction site to BImA. Furthermore, the agreement regulates the assumption of costs by the BImA for the services provided by FBB. In October 2011, the agreement was supplemented and expanded when BImA and FBB signed a lease for Terminal A and the additional transport areas. The lease has a minimum term until December 2014. Furthermore, a heritable building right agreement for the entire area of the future government airport was signed by the two parties in December 2011. The planning and financing agreement for the primary measures and the infrastructure, development and realisation agreement which are still required are supposed to be concluded in Q1 2012. The first planning and financing agreement, which is already in place, assures that neither the ongoing operation of the current Schoenefeld Airport nor the completion and operational start-up of BER will be hindered. Closure of Tegel When the new BER is opened, Tegel Airport will shut down its operation on 03 June 2012. Once the positions important for Berlin Brandenburg Airport have moved out, the buildings at the airport will be cleared from 04 June 2012. The leased areas will be completely empty by 31 August 2012. The complete return of the airport premises to the State of Berlin and the federal government is planned for 31 August 2012. Negotiations are currently being held with the Senate Department for Finances concerning the heritable building right agreement and with the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management concerning the heritable building right and utilisation agreement. The agreements are expected to be concluded in Q1 2012. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 93 �

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