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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Annual Report 2015

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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.


II II VI VI VI VII VIII VI VIII VIII VIII I Halle I IV III I/III I/III Büro III I III I II V Hotel B96a Bran Berlin Berlin Flughafen Schönefeld ← Berlin aßmannsdorf S-Bahn / Berliner Außenring (BAR) B96a FWN SMR-Turm Nord Express Center Verwaltung Terminal F Terminal D C Terminal A Terminal B Ramp 3 Ramp 2 Taxiway Kilo 5 BVD Gebrüder-Hirth-Straße Ludwig-Prandtl-Straße Melitta-Schiller-Str Bu Ramp 1 ZKS Nord Zubringer B96a Taxiway Golf Taxiway Golf A113 Taxiway Kilo 4 Nördliche Start- und Landebahn Taxiway Delta Taxiway Charlie Taxiway Delta Taxiway Charlie Ramp 4 Hangar Hangar Hangar Hangar ZKS Park- haus Hangar Hangar LHT Energie- zentrale Walter-Rieseler-Straße Wolfgang-von-Gronau-Allee Hangar ZKS West Air Berlin/ Germania Ludwig-Bölkow-Straße SMR-Turm Süd Halle FWW Maintenance Area Taxiway Bravo Taxiway Tango BVD DFS Tower Ramp B Mainpier Ramp A Pier Nord Parkhaus Parkhaus Melli-Beese-Ring Büro Ramp C Büro Hugo-Junkers-Ring Hotel Hotel II Margarete-von-Etzdorf-Str. Parkhaus Parkhaus Mietwagencenter Pier Süd Taxiway Foxtrott ZKS Mitte Terminal August-Heinrich-Euler-Straße Hugo-Junkers-Ring Melli-Beese-Ring Parkhaus Brunolf-Baade-Str. Melli-Beese-Ring Hugo-Junkers-Ring Hugo-Eckener-Allee FWO Käthe-Paulus-Allee Taxiway Bravo Elly-Beinhorn-Ring Fritz-Horn-Straße -Straße Georg-Wulf-Straße Service Area North Terminal Airport City Midfield Expo Gardens Willy-Brandt-Platz Schönefelder Allee Parkhaus Cargo Center Tankstelle Georg-Wulf Georg-von-Tschudi-Str. Arthur-Müller-Str. SD GAT Pabst-von-Ohain-Straße Pabst-von-Ohain-Str. ZKS Süd Service Area South BVD BVD Henrich-Focke-Allee BVD BVD ZKS Ost Cargo Center II Parkhaus NZ Hugo-Eckener-Allee Energiezentrale TIA FOC Hermann-Köhl-Straße BAW Jürgen-Schumann-Allee Berliner Chaussee Airgate Waltersdorfer Allee Umspannwerk e.on. E.dis Umspannwerk Gasregelstation EWE Kienberger Brücke Betriebsstraße Taxiway Alpha Taxiway Alpha The new terminals at Südliche SXF and Start- und BER Landebahn are highlighted in purple. Waltersdorfer Dreieck Dresden ← A113 Wal erlin/Brandenburg rlin/Brandenburg Planung pment ekte ects ung s e ties Städtebauliche Planung Urban planning Grenze Baufelder Construction site perimeter Realisierte Flugbetriebsflächen Existing aircraft movement areas Flugbetriebsflächen in Planung Planned aircraft movement areas BAW BVD FOC Weitere Eigentumsflächen der Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH Other land owned by Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH Betriebliche Abfallwirtschaft Operational waste management Bodenverkehrsdienste Ground traffic services Flight Operation Center Flight Operation Center Outlook for BER Creating Additional Capacities FFN FFO FFW GAT ILA Feuerwache Nord Fire Station North Feuerwache Ost Fire Station East Feuerwache West Fire Station West General Aviation Terminal General aviation terminal Internationale Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung Berlin Air Show Falzmarke Falzmarke Falzmarke Falzmarke LHT NZ SD TIA ZKS Lufthansa Technik Lufthansa Technik Notstromzentrale Emergency power centre Sicherheitsdienste Security services Technische Instandhaltung Technical Maintenance Zugangskontrollstelle Access control point On 25 September 2015, the Airport Company set the basic signposts for a further expansion of the aviation infrastructure at Schönefeld. The Supervisory Board gave the go-ahead for the first partial package to secure traffic growth at Schönefeld until the opening of BER, to enable the construction of the government airport and initiate the middle-term expansion of the site until 2023. By the year 2023, FBB calculates there will be up to 40 million passengers using Berlin’s airports. The package encompasses the following individual projects: adaptation of existing Schönefeld Airport to meet rising traffic volumes, plans for the modification of the taxiway system at SXF and BER, plans for the supply and disposal infrastructure, plans for a further terminal in the midfield of BER. The new terminal will handle about eight million passengers a year. The Airport Company announced the EU-wide tender for preparation of the master planning for BER in March 2016. The goal is the development of a long-term concept for the expansion of the airport area to meet needs and capacity beyond the year 2023. It will include the development of areas for real estate projects on the landside and the expansion of facilities on the airside to make available the capacities that will be required in future to handle the continuing rise in the number of passengers.

News from BER | 29 ← Expansion of Schönefeld Year on year, the number of passengers at Schönefeld Airport is currently rising by more than 40% every month. Moreover, plans now provide for the temporary continuation of operations at SXF even after BER opens, thus assuring sufficient space for the increasing air traffic in the capital region. The intention is to expand Terminal B by about 600 square metres. The side that opens out onto the access road will be expanded by the previous exterior area of the roof. After the remodelling, the passengers will benefit from additional check-in terminals and a better storage area for the security inspection area. A new arrivals terminal, which has been designated Terminal D2, is being built to the west of Terminal D. The building will have an area of just under 3,800 square metres and will be equipped with three baggage carousels. The car park for coach services will be moved to a new area at the previous P6. The structure of car park P4 will also be completely remodelled. Government airport The strong growth of air traffic in Berlin means that Schönefeld Airport will continue to operate temporarily even after the opening of BER. The decision was made in September 2015 to locate the government terminal at Ramp 1 at the Schönefeld site after Tegel has been closed. The final location for the government airport is set to be Ramp 2. The new terminal at BER is being built as an eastern extension to North Pier. Up to 200 construction workers were employed on the North Runway between May and the end of September 2015. Using about 50 units of heavy equipment such as milling machines and asphalt finishers, the workers removed the two old upper asphalt layers and laid new asphalt on around 220,000 square metres. North Runway renovated on time and budget FBB concluded the renovation of the runway of Schönefeld Airport on time and within budget in 2015. Since the start of the Winter Flight Schedule on 25 October 2015, aircraft have been taking off and landing again as scheduled from the Schönefeld Airport runway, the future North Runway at BER. The South Runway of BER, which was in temporary use from 2 May to 24 October 2015, will be used again for flight operations when the new airport opens for business. The conclusion of the renovation work on the North Runway and its operational startup provide both Schönefeld Airport and the new BER with a runway that is EASA-certified and meets exceptionally high safety and quality standards. For instance, the layout of the safety areas surrounding the runway and the runway end safety areas (RESA) have been upgraded to comply with the EASA standard.

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