Berlin ist mit rund 35,65 Millionen Passagieren im Jahr 2019 der drittgrößte Flughafenstandort in Deutschland. Aktuell gibt es zwei Flughäfen: den Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld und den Flughafen Berlin-Tegel. Der gesamte Luftverkehr der deutschen Hauptstadtregion soll am Standort Schönefeld konzentriert werden. Dafür plant und baut die Flughafengesellschaft den Flughafen SXF zum Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg – kurz BER – aus. Das Terminal T1 des BER wird am 31. Oktober 2020 eröffnet.
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→ 102 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH affinity to the airport. The focus here is placed on the realisation of income by target-oriented utilisation concepts suitable for the location. Airport City The most important district of the new BER Airport with regard to urban development is the Airport City, which is located directly in front of the terminal. The centrally located Willy-Brandt-Platz forms the corepiece, along which buildings with up to six storeys can be realised on variable construction fields. In addition to the already completed buildings, such as for example the hotel, multi-storey car parks or office buildings, a further hotel will be erected over the course of the startup of the BER. Business Park Berlin The entire development activities in the Business Park Berlin are being carried out in three construction phases and is financially supported using funds provided under the joint agreement "Improvement of Regional Economic Structures" (GRW). Before the opening of the BER already it was possible to market around 52 of the total 109 hectares. The realisation of the third development phase is carried out depending on the demand situation and the companies settling at the location. Maintenance Area The maintenance companies operating at BER Airport as well as service facilities of FBB are housed in the district of the Maintenance Area. Hangars, which are used by Air Berlin/Germania and Lufthansa Technology, were therefore realised at this location already. The realisation of further hangars and the expansion of the apron areas by 2018/2019 are planned within the scope of the further expansion. Subsequent utilisation of the legacy Schönefeld Airport (SXF) The future development of demand of air traffic that can be seen today already substantially exceeds the currently available capacity of the landside and airside infrastructure of the initially partly expanded commercial airport BER. According to the current traffic forecasts the passenger numbers will grow to around 40 million by 2023/2024 and therefore exceed the assumptions for this time, upon which the zoning resolution, is based by more than 10 million passengers. In order to take this demand into account the terminal systems in SXF are to be

Our Figures | 103 ← strengthened in a first step (expansion programme SXF) to the extent that the traffic volume that is in demand at the location of more than 10 million passengers can be safely processed per annum. These measures are carried out under the aspect that from 2023 the handling of all passengers will take place in the midfield at the BER. The further operation of the location SXF ("Double-Roof-Concept") is insofar exclusively to be seen as an interim solution. With the startup of the BER the so-called Double-Roof-Concept will temporarily come into force. In order to be able to implement the movement management concept that is necessary for this purpose, adjustments are necessary to the taxiways which lead to the runway north. These measures are limited to the duration of the Double-Roof-Concept, until the end of 2023. Tegel Airport will be closed when BER is opened. This reason is behind the efforts of the Federal Republic of Germany to move the German government's diplomatic services and the flight service of the Federal Ministry of Defence from Tegel to flight areas and buildings at the existing Schönefeld Airport at the same time as far as possible. The main construction measure for the future government airport will be realised in Schönefeld in the surrounding area of Ramp 2. A heritable building right contract was already concluded in this respect. Owing to the continued operation of the existing Schönefeld Airport until 2023 the Terminal A cannot be made available to the federal government as an interim passenger terminal. For this reason an alternative interim location was sought for setting up the protocol service of the federal government. FBB will realise a terminal building on Ramp1, in line with the requirements of the federal government that will be made available to the federal government for a temporary use. Subsequent utilisation of the legacy Tegel Airport After the startup of the BER Tegel Airport is to be kept in a condition ready for operation for a maximum of a further six months still in order to guarantee the air traffic connection of the city of Berlin if required and to be able to fulfil the tasks of the protocol service of the federal government and the special air mission wing of the Federal Ministry of Defence. The movable objects will be removed and the property as well as the building structures will be placed in a cleared condition. The property will then be returned to its owners, the German government and the State of Berlin. Appropriate contractual agreements have been concluded with the owners regarding utilisation until the closure of Tegel Airport and the subsequent return of the properties.

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