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.

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92 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH → 02Business Report A Development of Aviation Industry German airports counted 201,813,523 passengers (arrivals and departures) in 2013. Growth of +0.7 % (arrivals and departures) was lower than the rate in 2012 (+1.1 %). Just as in the previous year, developments in the various market segments differed widely. Domestic air traffic posted a substantial decline in traffic of -3.6 % while traffic within Europe posted +2.5 % and was the primary factor for overall growth. Intercontinental traffic remained stable at +0.4 %, but failed to meet expectations. Air cargo stagnated in the past year at +0.2 % (arrivals and departures) and 4,325,717 tonnes. This figure for the development of air cargo was substantially below expectations and reflects the widespread uncertainty about economic developments on the European and global growth markets. (Source: ADV Monatsstatistik 12/2013) The comparison of German airports with one another shows continued growth at the hubs while small airports are still shrinking. This reveals further concentration of air traffic on locations such as Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Berlin and Düsseldorf where passengers benefit from a broad range of service featuring numerous opportunities for connecting flights. B Commercial Development in 2013 B.1 Aviation management / Traffic development The year 2013 turned into another record year in traffic development for Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH. A total of 26,319,144 passengers were counted over the course of the year at Schönefeld and Tegel Airports, adding yet another million to the 25-million mark passed last year. Passenger traffic increased by 4.2 % over 2012, and air traffic in the Berlin-Brandenburg region posted better growth than the average of Germany’s international airports for the eleventh year in succession (ADV average +0.7 %). The

Our Figures | 93 capital city region has established itself in recent years as Germany’s third-largest airport location after Frankfurt am Main and Munich. Viewed over the whole year, the flight schedules featured a total of 172 destinations in 47 countries offered by 69 airlines. Traffic development in detail Fiscal year 2013 was marked in particular by the continued expansion of the airberlin hub at Tegel and by the takeover of decentralized Lufthansa traffic by its group subsidiary Germanwings. airberlin has added a new long-haul route to its North American destinations and now flies to the commercial metropolis Chicago five times a week. In addition, airberlin has increased the frequency of flights to Miami to five times a week. airberlin also added new European destinations in Warsaw, Sofia, Bucharest and Madrid and integrated the service into its hub. The impact of the new flights was felt in a sharp increase of transfer numbers to 2,135,014 passengers (+49.7 %). The return of a popular route was accomplished by Aegean Airlines with its flights to Athens. easyJet displayed a strong commitment to Berlin at Schönefeld Airport. The airline added the destinations London-Southend, Edinburgh, Sofia and Salzburg to its schedules and reinforced its position as the third-largest airline. Air Lituanica, which was only founded last year, also added a new destination and now flies the route between Vilnius and Berlin (Tegel). In addition, Iberia Express joined airberlin in becoming the successor to the former Iberia route to Madrid. The Spanish airline Vueling, which was a new entry on the Berlin market last year, added its third route and now flies to Florence. The Spanish low-cost carrier has become established on the market in the face of competitors like airberlin and easyJet. The most commonly flown route within Germany was the one to Frankfurt am Main. In 2013, 1.8 million passengers flew this route, while London (1.5 million passengers) took first place among destinations outside of Germany. New York

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