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.
→ 94 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH Ras al-Khaimah was a new long-haul destination flown by SunExpress Deutschland in 2015. Abu Dhabi posted the greatest growth in the long-haul segment in the past year (about 330,000 passengers, +62.1%) and followed 2014’s leader in this category, Doha (+63.3%). The decisive factor in this case is the doubling of the daily flights by airberlin. Overall, double-digit growth rates were posted for virtually all of the routes in the long-haul segment. Larger aircraft and the additional seats that were offered sold well on the market and clearly illustrate Berlin’s potential for additional long-haul connections. The number of available seats on long-haul routes increased by 10.7% while passenger volume also rose by 10.7%. The number of transit passengers declined in the past year. Their share of traffic is now 6.4% compared to about 7.9% in 2014. Berlin air freight volume surpasses level of previous year About 86,000 tonnes (+4%) of air freight were transshipped through the cargo facilities of the Berlin airports in 2015. Fluctuations in economic conditions and currency exchange rates continued to affect international trade in 2015 with the consequence that growth in international air freight flow has been stagnating since the summer of 2015. The result is that loaded freight in Germany remains at the level of the previous year. About 43,200 tonnes of air freight were transported by plane in Berlin in 2015. An additional 4,500 tonnes were flown to Stuttgart as overnight airmail on behalf of Deutsche Post World Net AG, and about 38,000 tonnes transported via lorry, but as air freight, by airlines and forwarding agents were processed through the air freight facilities in Berlin. Traffic volume 2015 2014 Tegel Commercial aircraft movements 179,831 177,708 Passengers (thousands) 21,005 20,688 Schönefeld Commercial aircraft movements 69,123 62,471 Passengers (thousands) 8,526 7,293 Total Commercial aircraft movements 248,954 240,179 Passengers (thousands) 29,531 27,981
Unsere Zahlen | 95 ← B.2 Commercial management In the view of Commercial management, the year 2015 took a very positive course. Virtually all of the segments were able to benefit overall from the continued increase in the number of passengers. The segments Duty Free/Duty Paid, parking and restaurants at Schönefeld and the segments restaurants and tax refund business at Tegel made especially strong contributions to the positive development in earnings in this year. Tegel Airport As in previous years, the services in the retail and restaurant segments for passengers at Tegel Airport were expanded further in 2015. The level of earnings in the parking segment was close to that of the previous year. The earnings position in the airport advertising segment continued to stabilise in 2015. The primary cause for this is the regained acceptance of Tegel Airport as an advertising location. Schönefeld Airport The structure of the services offered in the convenience and restaurant segments was optimised with the aim of enhancing further the attractiveness and appeal of the passenger services at Schönefeld Airport. The increase in passenger volume also had a highly positive impact on the earnings position of the parking segment in 2015. The earnings position in the airport advertising segment remained largely unchanged in comparison with the previous year. B.3 Real estate FBB is the owner of plots of land with a total area of about 1,890 hectares. About 77% of this area is required for the airport infrastructure needed directly for operations. At the moment, about 195 hectares of the remaining areas in the immediate proximity of the airport are available for property development. The areas can be developed to varying degrees and with various levels of potential for marketing; possible uses including airport-specific services, freight, logistics, parking, hotels, offices etc.
Annual Report 2015 SXF, TXL, BER
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