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54 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH A.2 The most important stages on the road to BER in 2012 Flight paths for Berlin Brandenburg Airport defined On 26 January 2012, the German Federal Supervisory Authority for Aviation Safety (BAF) defined the flight paths for Berlin Brandenburg Airport and immediately made them available to the general public. Aircraft will take off on a straight route from the North Runway; they will turn toward the south when taking off in either direction from the South Runway. The flight paths have been optimised in cooperation with the Flight Noise Commission and citizen action groups. Once BER has begun operation, any potential for optimisation based on experience from actual flight operations will be exploited. Trial operation for integration The beginning of February 2012 was the official start of trial operation with extras standing in as passengers: about 10,000 airport testers signed up to act as trial passengers and test the processes at the new airport. The full range of normal flight operations, from check-in to security checkpoints to boarding, was simulated in many different scenarios. When the opening date was postponed at the beginning of May, trial operation was put on hold. It will be resumed well in advance of the operational start-up date. Financing of BER As a consequence of the postponement of the opening date for Berlin Brandenburg Airport, FBB requires additional capital of about €1.2bn which is to be covered by the three shareholders Berlin, Brandenburg and the German government. The financing concept was submitted to the European Commission as part of the notification procedure in September 2012. On 19 December 2012, the Commission confirmed that the measures were not deemed to be government grants within the sense of EU regulations. Tenants at BER A total of about 150 retail outlets, including 39 restaurant businesses and about 20 service facilities, will be operating at BER. As of May 2012, a majority of the shop areas had been fully completed and in part furnished. Since the postponement of the opening date, the Airport Company has been in constant contact with all of the BER tenants to keep them updated on the change in the start-up situation. The goal is to minimise the risks arising for the tenants as far as possible and to prevent any hardships. For instance, specific solutions such as the granting of leased space at the current airports in Tegel and Schönefeld or the cancellation of bank guarantees have been agreed as a means of counteracting any economic difficulties for individual tenants. As of the end of 2012, the required addenda to leases had been negotiated with

the majority of the tenants. New discussions have commenced as a consequence of the renewed postponement of the operational start-up date. A.3 Progress of the work at Berlin Brandenburg Airport Terminal The construction of the terminal building, including the main check-in area, the Main Pier and the North and South Piers is almost complete. Check-in counters, security checkpoints, gates and baggage conveyor system were partially started up during the trial operation at the beginning of 2012. Problems arose with respect to fire protection in the terminal and the technical fittings of the building. Missing implementation plans which will serve as the basis for the continuation of the construction work were submitted retroactively. Besides the work on the technical building fittings in the terminal, the work on the two pavilions to the north and south of the terminal continues; the building shell has been completed, and the work on the technical building fittings has started. The pavilions contain additional check-in facilities and security checkpoints and will start operation simultaneously with the airport. BER connections to transportation networks Berlin Brandenburg Airport is easily accessible by rail and road as well as from the air. There is a six-track underground railway station with three platforms directly under the terminal. The Airport Express will run from here four times an hour and transport passengers between Berlin’s Central Railway Station and the new airport in 30 minutes. Intracity trains (S-Bahn) and buses will also run at short intervals, and there is a connection to the long-distance rail network. The planners’ goal is to make the use of public transport so convenient that one out of two travellers will choose this means to come to the new airport. The railway station was handed over to Deutsche Bahn in June 2010 and will begin operation when the airport opens. Road connections including direct access to the motorway A 113 and federal road B 96a have also been completed. Movement areas and South Runway The newly constructed movement areas (runways, taxiways and aprons) have a total area of more than 1.8 million square metres. The movement areas have been completed, and parts of them were issued special permits and used for trial operation during the ILA 2012. A total of 5,450 in-pavement lights and 1,425 above-pavement lights were installed for the navigation lighting system on the new South Runway, the apron and the connected taxiway system. Whenever possible, the lights use state-ofthe-art LED technology. In comparison with conventional halogen lights, LEDs produce greater luminosity at lower energy consumption and have a longer Our Figures | 55

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