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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94 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH mance of the actions required for this, new structures and responsibilities have been established both on the part of FBB and in the area of project planning and project supervision for the passenger terminal. The planning foundations will be laid in the form of additional construction work in the passenger terminal as prerequisite for the completion of the safety features and the remedy of the defects which have been determined. Clear instructions to the firms doing the work are required for performance of the remaining construction. Moreover, assuring the operational start-up means fulfilling the prerequisites for obtaining the legal permits and obtaining the subsequent official approvals without fail. This is why the approval authorities have been closely integrated into the ongoing processes. As a consequence of the postponement of the opening date, FBB has reviewed and updated the construction costs for BER airport a number of times. The operational start-up of BER is also dependent on the provision of funds for the BER project. The contribution of shareholder funds approved in the EU notification procedure has secured the financing. All in all, it can be assumed that the BER project work will be carried out to a successful conclusion. B.10 Effects of the postponement of the BER operational start-up on Tegel and Schönefeld Owing to the postponement of the operational start-up of the new BER airport, the operating airports in Tegel and Schönefeld must continue operations longer than originally planned. One consequence is that there are greater requirements for repair and maintenance of buildings and technical equipment to ensure the continuation of orderly and safe flight operations. FBB has set up an investment programme for the updating of the current airports. The need for action encompasses the three areas of infrastructure, service and personnel. Another consequence was the necessity of negotiations with the airport users (airlines, tenants etc.) related to the longer term of operations of the airport. B.11 Full use of utility grids Owing to the postponement of the operational start-up of BER, there is a risk that the utility grids operated by FEW in Schönefeld will not be utilised to their full capacity, which will mean that costs cannot be charged onward in full. Furthermore, there is a risk that the calculated basic price will be too high because the equipment is not being utilised adequately and will not be paid by third-party customers.

B.12 Marketing of the areas at Business Park Berlin FBB is planning to sell the available plots at Business Park Berlin. FBB will inten- sify its marketing activities and assumes that the marketing will continue to be successful and the operational start-up of BER will stimulate demand. B.13 Financing The FBB shareholders have decided to make a capital contribution in the amount of €1.2bn. The first instalment (€191.6m) was transferred by the three shareholders to FBB at the beginning of January 2013. These additional shareholder funds, the BER long-term financing, the leasing financing and the ILA financing cover the financial needs of FBB as they can be estimated at this time. The loans taken out by FBB are secured in full by guarantees submitted by the three FBB shareholders. It must be assumed that further financing will be required as a consequence of the renewed postponement of the date for the operational start-up without designation of a new date, depending on the actual time which lapses until the airport starts operation. An estimate of the amount will not be possible until all of the evaluations have been concluded, the additional investments which will still be required have been determined in concrete terms and it has become possible to set a new date for operational start-up. B.14 Financial instruments Major financial instruments within the sense of Section 289 (2), no. 2 HGB (Ger- man Commercial Code) existed in the Company in fiscal year 2012 in the form of receivables and payables. Far and away the greatest part of the liabilities is due to banks as a consequence of the BER long-term financing. The receivables make up only a small portion of the balance sheet total. With the exception of the BER long-term financing, the use of these financial instruments means that the Company is vulnerable to the risks of payment flow fluctuations, price changes, failures and liquidity solely to the degree usual in the industry. The interest for the long-term financing represents a major component of the payment obligations of FBB. Since the interest expenses for the BER long-term loans are determined on the basis of the variable 3-month Euribor, FBB is vulnerable to substantial risks from payment flow fluctuations in the event of a change in the interest level. For this reason, the Company has secured its position in part against an increase in interest rates and the subsequent rise in financing expenses with the aid of interest swaps. The secured risk is the change in value of the interest payments Our Figures | 95

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