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90 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH ject of the proceedings. In the first-instance decision on 18 December 2008, the BFG suit against Air Berlin was dismissed because the court was of the opinion that the payment of utilisation fees had not been effectively agreed. The Berlin Superior Court of Justice dismissed the appeal of this decision on 26 July 2010 on the grounds that German lawmakers had incorrectly implemented the Ground Handling Services Directive with the consequence that the levying of utilisation in fees was illegal in Germany. The BGH (German Federal Court of Justice) set aside the decision of the Superior Court of Justice and referred the case back to a different Senate of the Superior Court of Justice. In the opinion of the BGH, the Ground Handling Services Directive had been correctly implemented in German law. The case was referred back to the Superior Court of Justice. In addition, the BFG undertook an obligation during the sale to conduct a test case against GGB to clarify the permissibility and reasonableness of the utilisation fees for ground services claimed by BFG. The subject of the proceedings concerns utilisation fees which GGB invoiced for the handling of Hapag-Lloyd. The Berlin Regional Court dismissed the suit on 12 July 2010 on the grounds that FBB had not set the utilisation fees in accordance with objectively justifiable criteria. BFG has appealed the decision. Because of the pending litigation between BFG and various airlines, there is a risk that part of the utilisation fees levied by FBB as well will have to be reimbursed. In one case, the implementation of the Ground Handling Services Directive in German law is allegedly incorrect, while in another case the utilisation fees were allegedly not set in accordance with objectively justifiable criteria. In the first case, the Federal Court of Justice set aside the negative decision in the previous instance and referred the case to a different Senate at the Superior Court of Justice. In the opinion of the BGH, the Ground Handling Services Directive had been correctly implemented in German law. FBB has given reasonable consideration to the risk by creating provisions. B.6 Closure of Tegel The operational start-up of Berlin Brandenburg Airport will simultaneously result in the closure of Tegel Airport. Both the revocation of the aviation law permit for Tegel Airport and the discharge of the facilities and areas of Tegel Airport from the aviation law zoning (cancellation of the planning approval) are definitive. The operation permit has been extended for an indefinite period. BFG has submitted application to the aviation authorities to revoke the operating permit for Tegel Airport for the time period following the operational start-up of BER and to release the airport from its operating obligation. The current notice of revocation provides for a revocation of the operating permit when six months have expired following the functioning operational start-up of the extension of

the future runway to 3,600 metres and the construction of the new future run- way at the commercial airport BER with a minimum length of 4,000 metres. The negotiations to determine the formalities of returning the property with the land owners were started well in advance of the planned shutdown of flight operations on 2 June 2012 and will be continued. The subject of these discussions will include the regulations of the leaseholds concluded between the Company and the State of Berlin or the German government providing compensation based on market value if and when the buildings and premises can continue to be used for other purposes. BFG does not have any obligations to demolish buildings, facilities and traffic areas upon the expiration of the heritable building right/leasing agreements. Upon expiration of the heritable building right, BFG will receive compensation in the amount of 50% of the market value for the existing buildings, provided that the structures can be utilised in accordance with a future planning permission designation of the land. The closure of Berlin Tegel Airport has been postponed to the same extent as the operational start-up of Berlin Brandenburg Airport. BFG is in negotiations with the German government as well as with the State of Berlin regarding the resultant issues. With regard to the current utilisation of the state’s own areas at the Berlin airport TXL, it must be noted that the heritable building right agreement from 2008 which established the basis for the utilisation by BFG expired at the end of 2011. As provided in the agreement, BFG applied in due time for an extension of the heritable building right agreement under the same contractual terms and conditions. BFG and the State of Berlin were not able to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of an extension. The parties’ views differ in particular with respect to these points: • Amount of compensation to be paid by the State of Berlin to BFG • Description of the condition of the property owed by BFG upon its return • Responsibility for any inherited contamination of the buildings/clean-up obligations The State of Berlin wanted to revise the regulations of these issues and did not want to extend the heritable building right agreement under the current terms and conditions. Utilisation at this time continues on the basis of the content of the previous heritable building right agreement, even though ultimately there is no contractual foundation for this utilisation. BFG and the State of Berlin are negotiating parallel the conclusion of a leasing agreement which will regulate utilisation until the return of the state’s own areas to the State of Berlin and the formalities of the return. The areas owned by the German state are being utilised by BFG on the basis of a heritable building right agreement and a leasing agreement with the Federal Our Figures | 91

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