Mit rund 35,65 Millionen Passagieren im Jahr 2019 ist Berlin der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Um die notwendigen Kapazitäten für die Zukunft zu schaffen, wurde am 31. Oktober 2020 der neue Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt eröffnet. Der Flughafen besteht aus drei Terminals. Die Terminals 1 und 2 befinden sich zwischen der Süd- und der Nordbahn. Terminal 5, der ehemalige Flughafen Schönefeld, befindet sich auf der Nordseite des Flughafens. Die Terminals 3 und 4 werden entsprechend den Passagierprognosen geplant und gebaut.
With around 35.65 million passengers in 2019, Berlin is the third largest airport site in Germany. In order to create the necessary capacities for the future, Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt will open on 31 October 2020. The airport consists of three terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 are situated between the two north and south runways. Terminal 5, formerly Schönefeld Airport, lies on the north side of the airport. Terminals 3 and 4 shall be planned and built based on the passenger forecasts.
76 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH Off-balance-sheet transactions There are Other financial obligations in the amount of €247,853k. These obligations break down into concluded or awarded contracts as shown below: No. Other financial liabilities 31/12/2013 €k 1. Order commitment from awarded investment / consulting contracts 2. Payment obligations pursuant to the leasing agreements with Dalandi Objekt KGs 3. Payment obligations from leases and leasing agreements 4. Payment obligations equalisation levy for sealing in accordance with the planning stipulation decision 5. Payment obligations pursuant to construction permit agreements / compensation payments 31/12/2012 €k 219,924 340,099 0 227,564 16,415 16,147 9,422 9,422 2,092 3,393 Total 247,853 596,625 The awarded investment / consulting contracts (No. 1) for 2013 are related mainly to measures for BER, including terminal (€176,117k), underground work (€16,946k), third-party investments (€6,148k) and technical infrastructure (€26,408k). The payment obligations from leasing agreements (Number 2) were related in the previous year to the Dalandi Objekt companies and have been consolidated in 2013 as a consequence of the inclusion in the consolidated annual accounts. The obligations pursuant to the leases and leasing agreements (No. 3) end in the period between 2013 and 2027 and are related primarily to hereditary tenancy, office blocks, IT equipment, motor vehicles and office furniture. Moreover, there is an obligation pursuant to the (supplementary) planning stipulation decision to initiate noise protection measures and / or make compensation payments. These obligations amount to as much as €444m. Invoices for actions subject to capitalisation which had been received at FBB by the balance sheet date, but which are still under review, amount to €162m. The amount which would actually be reasonable for the claims submitted by the contractors with respect to these invoices has not been finally clarified. As of the balance sheet date, construction services which had been performed, but not yet billed, amounted to about €55m. FEW has concluded a natural gas supply agreement in which it assumed the obligation to accept and pay in every billing year a minimum of 60 % of the total annual quantity which had been ordered. Pursuant to the energy supply contracting agreement with E.ON edis, rent and a fee for management of the combined heat and power unit built on the airport premises must be paid for the right of use. There are financial obligations in the amount of €3,241k p.a. pursuant to this agreement.
Our Figures | 77 Derivative financial instruments The interest for the long-term borrowing represents a major component of the payment obligations of FBB. The Company therefore secured its position in the event of an increase in interest rates and the resulting rise in financing costs by concluding interest swaps in December 2006. Each of these agreements has been concluded to hedge future cash flows. The secured risk is the change in value of the interest payments for the long-term borrowing resulting from changes in the 3-month Euribor interest rates. The objective of the interest hedge transactions is to establish a fixed rate for a part of the series of expected interest payments (3-month Euribor). During the period until 2013, about 70 % of the total borrowing needs according to current liquidity planning and business plan is to serve as the underlying transaction for the security. In the period from 2014 to 2026, up to 50 % of the total borrowing needs in each case according to the business plan is to be secured. Risks from payment flow fluctuations in the amounts shown above are therefore excluded for future interest payments on these underlying transactions. The derivative financial instruments are cases of pending transactions. That is why they are not disclosed in the balance sheet per 31 December 2013. The interest swaps and the loans to finance the construction of the BER create a hedge in accordance with HGB. They are disclosed in the balance sheet in accordance with the net hedge presentation method. Changes in the value of the interest swaps are accordingly not disclosed in the balance sheet if they are balanced out by value changes in the underlying transaction. The creation of a provision for contingent loss would be required if there is a possibility of unrealised loss. The attributable fair values per 31 December 2013 amount to a nominal value of €1.1bn and a market value of €-210.2m. The market value of the swaps was determined with the aid of the discounted cash flow valuation. The future interest payments were discounted by the interest structure curve of 31 December 2013. The cash value of these payments represents the value of the swaps. The five swaps are amortising swaps. The prospective effectiveness of the hedging relationship was calculated on the basis of a regression analysis. In this scenario analysis, interest rates are shifted parallel in a range from -2 % to +2 %. Full effectiveness is to be assumed on the basis of the critical term match method. Section 285, no. 23a HGB requires disclosure in the notes of the amount of risk secured by the hedges. Owing to the creation of the hedge, the swaps have a negative market value of €-210.2m which is not to be taken into consideration.
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