Die Flughafengesellschaft FBB betreibt den Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt (BER) mit seinen drei Terminals. Berlin ist der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland; gemessen an den ankommenden und abfliegenden Passagieren (ohne Umsteiger) sogar der größte. Die Flughäfen Schönefeld und Tegel fertigten im Jahr 2019, vor der Coronavirus-Pandemie, rund 35,65 Millionen Passagiere ab. Für das Jahr 2020 rechnet die Flughafengesellschaft mit insgesamt rund neun Millionen Passagieren.

The airport company Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB) operates Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport (BER) with its three terminals. Berlin is the third biggest airport location in Germany and ranks first in terms of origin and destination traffic (not counting connecting passengers). In 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic, the airports in Schönefeld and Tegel handled around 35.65 million passengers. For 2020, the airport company expects a total of around nine million passengers.

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Aircraft noise is measured regularly and documented precisely. Gather Information Transparent Information The Airport Company has installed a total of 18 stationary measurement points in the surroundings of Tegel and Schoenefeld Airports and operates two measurement vehicles (per 31/12/2013). The measurement results are published monthly on the internet and compiled in an annual report. Stationary measurement points The locations of the stationary measurement points are determined in consultation with the Aircraft Noise Commission, which includes representatives from the neighbouring communities. Measurement points must always be placed along the approach and departure routes and in communities affected by aircraft noise. During the selection of the locations, other sources of noise such as main traffic arteries or railway lines are avoided because they lead to a distortion of the results. The measurement data are retrieved from the measurement points once a day and attributed to the aircraft movements on the basis of the radar data from the Deutsche Flugsicherung. This form of aircraft noise monitoring enables the Airport Company to provide information about noise emissions of every aircraft movement and to document the development of the aircraft noise situation reliably and continuously. The data are used in particular for the calculation of the take-off and landing fees, which are related to noise, and for handling complaints. The new Müggelheim measurement point (19) began operation in 2013. Mobile measurements The Airport Company additionally carries out mobile measurements; as a rule, the aircraft noise events are recorded over a period of one month. The equipment meets the requirements for stationary measurement points with respect to the noise measurement technology. The mobile measurement vehicles are deployed at the request of the Aircraft Noise Commission, the communities or at the suggestion of affected persons. By repeatedly taking measurements at the same locations, the Company documents changes in aircraft noise impact over a longer period of time. Multiple measurements by the mobile measurement points also serve to document changes during the determination of flight patterns. In 2013, eleven so-called zero measurements were conducted for this purpose. Because of the continued operation of Tegel Airport and an increase in the number of complaints of aircraft noise, five mobile measurements were conducted in the environs of Tegel Airport in 2013. Aircraft movements live The current aircraft movements for Schönefeld and Tegel can be retrieved

uglärmmessstellen Berlin-Schönefeld Environment | 43 Tempelhof-Schöneberg Neukölln 02 Bohnsdorf, Waldstraße Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 75 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 78 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Tag: 57,7 dB(A), Nacht: 53,7 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 700 m, Landungen: ca. 215 m 03 Waßmannsdorf, Dorfstraße Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 78 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 68 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Tag: 58,9 dB(A), Nacht: 54,2 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 240 m, Landungen: ca. 35 m Rudow Treptow-Köpenick Wendenschloss 04 Selchow, Glasower Straße Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 74 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 69 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Tag: 54,3 dB(A), Nacht: 49,8 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 440 m, Landungen: ca. 90 m Müggelheim 19 05 Siedlung Hubertus Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 79 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 84 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Lichtenrade Schönefeld 03 SXF Bohnsdorf 09 02 05 06 09 11 Karolinenhof Tag: 61,8 dB(A), Nacht: 58,0 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 550 m, Landungen: ca. 135 m 06 Waltersdorf, Siedlung Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 70 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 63 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Tag: 48,9 dB(A), Nacht: 44,6 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 790 m, Landungen: ca. 250 m 07 Blankenfelde, Glasower Damm Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 74 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 71 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel Mahlow 08 04 BER Schulzendorf Tag: 55,9 dB(A), Nacht: 51,1 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 810 m, Landungen: ca. 280 m 08 Mahlow, Waldsiedlung Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 77 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 81 dB(A) 07 Dauerschallpegel Tag: 58,5 dB(A), Nacht: 55,0 dB(A) Überflughöhen 18 Blankenfelde Wildau Starts: ca. 670 m, Landungen: ca. 200 m 09 Bohnsdorf, Fließstraße Mittlerer Maximalpegel Starts: ca. 73 dB(A), Landungen: ca. 69 dB(A) Dauerschallpegel geplante Messstelle Tag: 52,5 dB(A), Nacht: 48,4 dB(A) Überflughöhen Starts: ca. 820 m, Landungen: ca. 270 m stationäre Messstellen Geplante neue Standorte Stationary measurement points around Schönefeld Airport The time period for the forecast can be changed by using a slide control The forecast is highly reliable for the next two days, much like a weather forecast. This information is helpful for residents living near the airport who are located to the north or south of the approach and departure routes rather than The mobile measurement points record the aircraft noise events at changing locations for about one month. with a delay of only a few minutes with the aid of the information tool Travis. Anyone interested in the information can determine with only a few mouse clicks what type of aircraft and what airline are involved, the departure or the destination, the flight altitude, the speed, and the approach or climbing angle. Users can place a house at any spot on the map and display the altitude at which an aircraft flies over the house or what the lateral distance of the house from the approach or departure line is. The data from the aircraft noise measurement points are also displayed. Additional data can be retrieved by clicking on the measurement point. Operating direction forecast The Airport Company maintains a Neighbourhood Portal displaying a forecast of the direction in which the aircraft will presumably be taking off. directly under them. As a rule, landings in these areas are perceived to be significantly quieter than take-offs. The Airport Company implemented this service at the suggestion of citizens. You will find more information on the Airport Company’s Neighbourhood Portal at http://nachbarn.berlin-airport.de

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