Berlin ist mit rund 35,65 Millionen Passagieren im Jahr 2019 der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Aktuell gibt es zwei Flughäfen: den Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld und den Flughafen Berlin-Tegel. Der gesamte Luftverkehr der deutschen Hauptstadtregion soll am Standort Schönefeld konzentriert werden. Dafür plant und baut die Flughafengesellschaft den Flughafen SXF zum Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg – kurz BER – aus. Das Terminal T1 des BER wird am 31. Oktober 2020 eröffnet.
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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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76 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH mitments (€24.8m). Short-term liabilities essentially cover trade liabilities (€23.5m) and provisions, especially for personnel, including partial retirement and TransFair BBI in the amount of €21.0m. Total provisions of €30.0m have been created to cover risks resulting from the postponement of the operational start-up. The Company’s equity ratio amounts to: Equity ratio in % (equity/total capital x 100) 2012 2011 22.5 33.3 The decline in the equity ratio resulted from the accumulated deficit for the year of €185.2m. The shareholders have already made plans for payments to the capital reserves. C.3 Financial position C.3.1 Financial management Objectives of the FBB financial management are to secure the financing of air- port construction at all times, to keep the costs of financing low and to assure an adequate degree of flexibility for the future. Capital increase FBB The postponement of the opening of BER and the related additional construction costs precluded the economically acceptable financing of the additional costs by the taking out of bank loans. In view of this situation, the FBB shareholders, in consultation with the EU Commission, decided to provide additional shareholder funds of €1.2bn as a means of securing the long-term liquidity of the Company. In the course of a private investor test, the German Federal Ministry of Transport, in consultation with FBB, confirmed the economic feasibility of the capital increase on 19 December 2012. The first tranche of €191.6m was paid into the FBB capital reserves at the beginning of January 2013. BER long-term financing A major portion of the expansion costs for BER was financed for the long term by the conclusion of the long-term financing of €2.4bn in 2009. The contracts, including the guarantees, are in conformity with the regulations of the EU Commission. As of the end of 2012, €2.2bn of these credit lines had been utilised as cash lines. FBB’s obligation to secure the swap transactions expired on 15 March 2012 fol-

lowing the successful conclusion of a restructuring of the contracts with banks in December 2011. Leasing financing In April 2010, a leasing financing agreement of up to €240m was signed to secure the financing of the construction and operational start-up of the following nine buildings, of which Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be the lessee, in the environs of the BER: three car parks in Airport City, a car park in the proximity of the terminal at the southern Main Pier, a hire car centre, three buildings for ground traffic service providers and one building for security service providers. The lessors are nine limited partnerships from the German Savings Banks Finance Group. FBB is a limited partner in every one of the limited partnerships. It was possible to show the leasing financing without a guarantee outside of the BER long-term financing because the related heritable building rights provided adequate collateral of sustainable value. The leasing agreements included clauses providing that FBB assume the function of general contractor for the development and construction of the properties. This minimises the risk of disruptions and interface problems during the construction. The entry into effect of the leases for the buildings, which have been completed, will presumably be delayed for a period corresponding to the postponement of the operational start-up of BER. The unrestricted approval for utilisation of the structures security service building, ground traffic service providers (BVD), social building, BVD vehicle building, BVD workshop has been granted. The approval for utilisation of the car parks Airport City (PNA, PNB, PSA), the hire car centre (MWC) and the car park in proximity to the terminal (TNP) is coupled to the completion of the terminal. Financing of the link to the new ILA premises At the beginning of June 2010, the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) decided to continue holding the International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. The decision represented the successful work done by the Schönefeld location in winning the contract in competition with a number of national bidders in a tender conducted by the BDLI. The ILA Berlin Air Show was held in Selchow, a part of Schönefeld, in the immediate vicinity of BER in 2012. An extension of Taxiway B and two connection points to Taxiway A were constructed to link the ILA premises to BER. In addition, the existing credit line with the Nord/LB (“ILA financing”) in the amount of €11m for a term of ten years, repayment at the end of the term in August 2011, was raised by another €3m to finance the required construction. The sole purpose of the entire credit line is the linking to the new ILA building. The areas have already been leased to Messe Berlin GmbH for ten years; follow- Our Figures | 77

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