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Annual Report 2012

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Portraits, finances, prospects: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH presents its key business segments, latest financial statements and most recent developments in the annual report.

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66 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH stable along the same lines as in the first five months of the year. Revenues even continued to rise in some of the segments. The Germanwings relocation to Tegel at the end of October 2012 had a negative influence on earnings primarily in the segments duty-free/duty-paid and parking. The earnings position in the airport advertising segment is characterised by certain difficulties because of the postponement of the opening date of BER on such short notice. In view of the planned opening of BER airport on 3 June 2012, marketing activities for Schönefeld Airport had virtually ceased at the beginning of 2012. Marketing activities did not recommence until after the announcement of the postponement. Just as with all of the retailers, restaurant operators, car hire companies etc., negotiations were conducted with all of the advertising customers about continuing the placement of their advertising at Schönefeld Airport beyond 3 June 2012. Many of the advertising customers with long-term contracts extended their commitment, but it was not possible to reach an agreement with a few of the large advertising customers or, in some cases, agreement was only possible under significantly less favourable terms and conditions. After announcement of the postponement of the opening of BER planned for 3 June 2012, talks with all of the non-aviation contract partners of BER were also initiated. One of the aims of the talks was to support the contract partners as they worked to solve the difficulties arising from the postponement of the opening date of BER and to secure continued cooperation with BER; another was to obtain legal security for FBB by concluding addenda to the contracts with non-aviation partners. Tegel During the first five months of 2012, businesses at Tegel profited from the continuing rise in the numbers of passenger. Aside from units which had not been very profitable and were consequently closed in 2011 such as Beauty Place, the Convenience Store, the Crew Shop and the Tegel Terrace, businesses were able to realise substantially higher earnings than in the previous year. Moreover, a new Bon Voyage Bestseller was installed at the beginning of 2012 so that the non-aviation services, even shortly before the planned opening of BER, became even more attractive and were able to accommodate the increased number of passengers. After the announcement at the beginning of May 2012 of the postponement of the opening date of BER scheduled for 3 June 2012, negotiations were conducted with all of the retailers, restaurant operators, car hire companies, parking facility operators and duty-free/duty-paid shop operators regarding the extension of their leases beyond 3 June 2012. The negotiations were extraordinarily successful. It was possible to secure extensions of the leases with virtually all of the tenants until the closing of Tegel Airport. The operator of the s.Oliver

Shop was the only tenant who did not want to continue operations at Tegel Airport. In the months after the announcement of the postponement of the opening date of BER, development of non-aviation business at Tegel Airport remained highly positive in virtually all segments. The steady increase in numbers of passengers had the effect of increasing revenues in almost all of the nonaviation segments. Two mobile eatery units and a mobile hot dog stand were added to improve even further the attractiveness and appeal of the services for passengers. In addition, the Tegel Terrace reopened in November. Services in Terminal D were expanded by the addition of a book and newspaper agent who could meet the needs of the passengers flying with Germanwings after its relocation from Schönefeld to Tegel at the end of October 2012. Despite the ongoing rise in the number of passengers, the highly positive development of earnings of the last two years in the parking segment could not be maintained at the same level. One important reason for this is the limited parking space capacities at Tegel Airport. The price schedules at the short-term car park PK and the car park P5 were optimised as a means of improving the earnings position despite the limitations in parking space numbers. The earnings position in the airport advertising segment is characterised by certain difficulties because of the postponement of the opening date of BER on such short notice. In the belief that BER airport would open on 3 June 2012, marketing activities for Tegel Airport had virtually ceased at the beginning of the year. Marketing activities did not recommence until after the announcement of the postponement. Just as with all of the retailers, restaurant operators, car hire companies etc., negotiations were conducted with all of the advertising customers about continuing the placement of their advertising at Tegel Airport beyond 3 June 2012. Many of the advertising customers with longterm contracts extended their commitment, but it was not possible to reach an agreement with a few of the large advertising customers such as Wall AG or Telekom or, in some cases, agreement was only possible under significantly less favourable terms and conditions. B.3 Real Estate Management The Airport Company is far and away the largest provider of qualified commer- cial areas in the immediate proximity of the airport on both the Berlin and the Brandenburg sides. The portfolio encompasses at this time ten development areas featuring highly diverse location qualities. Suitable plots can be offered to virtually all groups of commercial users. Besides the lots for services specifically related to the airport, logistics, hotels and offices, there are also lots available which can be developed for industrial utilisation. Our Figures | 67

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