Die FBB betreibt den Flughafen Schönefeld und über ihre Tochtergesellschaft BFG den Flughafen Tegel. Im Jahr 2018 wurden an den Flughäfen rund 34,7 Millionen Passagiere befördert. Damit ist Berlin der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Um die nötigen Kapazitäten für die Zukunft zu schaffen, entsteht derzeit der neue Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt am Standort Schönefeld.
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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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70 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH 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 area 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 should be given to companies oriented to production. Thanks to its location in immediate proximity to the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, its own connection to the intracity train network and to the B 96a, the A 113 and the A 117, the site boasts an outstanding transport infrastructure. About 45% of the plot areas have been sold to investors. 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 opened for public use. The second development phase has also been completed, and preparations are underway to hand it over to Treptow-Köpenick District. A 3-star hotel has started operation, and other building construction is going on. By the time BER starts up operations, the first construction phase of a logistics project consisting of commercial buildings and supplementary office space will have been realised. A certain degree of uncertainty and hesitancy can be seen among investors as a consequence of the postponement of the operational start-up of BER. Nevertheless, concrete negotiations for the sale of another logistics area are now going on with another investor. Subsequent utilisation of the legacy Schönefeld Airport At this time, the Federal Republic of Germany operates facilities for the diplomatic 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 Schönefeld Airport. In preparation for this move, FBB concluded the Planning and Financing Agreement I with the German Federal Agency for Real Estate Management (BImA) as principal in September 2009; it was later supplemented in April 2012 by the more extensive Planning and Financing Agreement II. This later document defines the distribution of tasks and costs between FBB and BImA, contractual milestones for the completion of the work and the handover of partial areas. FBB will apply for and support the required plan revision procedure, modify the landside transport facilities and assure the prompt 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 2011, the agreement was supplemented and expanded when BImA and FBB signed a lease for Terminal A and the additional transport areas. A heritable building right agreement for the entire area of the future government airport was also signed by the two parties in December 2011. Additional contract negotiations for the development contract, realisation contract for the major construction activities and the infrastructure contract for the major construction activities will begin in spring 2013. As a consequence of the postponement of the opening date of BER, the parties jointly began to revise the scheduling and construction phase planning in November 2012. Closure of Tegel When the new BER is opened, Tegel Airport will cease operation. In accordance with the notice concerning the revocation of the permit for operation of Berlin- Tegel Airport from the Senate Department for Urban Development of 29 July 2004 (closure notice), Tegel Airport must be maintained in operating condition for another 6 months (maximum) after operational start-up of BER. During this period, all of the areas and equipment required for flight operations must be maintained in “stand-by mode” at TXL so that in the event of operational failure (flight operations and/or equipment malfunctions) the land-air line for flight operations can be reactivated and the connection of the City of Berlin to air transport is guaranteed. Following the departure of the functional operations and the release from the operating obligation, the premises will be cleared and selected facilities will be dismantled within 3 months. The complete return of the airport premises to the State of Berlin and the federal government will follow promptly. The property on which Tegel Airport is located is owned by the State of Berlin and the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management. The land areas were conveyed to BFG in the form of leaseholds. All of the buildings belong to BFG. Negotiations with the Senate Department of Finances and the Federal Agency for Real Estate Management regarding the return of the real estate properties and the residual values of the buildings have not been concluded. Our Figures | 71

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