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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→ 124 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH → 05Outlook A. Development of Commercial Operation A.1 Aviation management/Traffic development The focus for 2017 is placed for the airports in Berlin-Brandenburg on the expansion of the long-haul connections from Berlin-Tegel. In addition to seven destinations such as Toronto by Air Canada Rouge, San Francisco and Los Angeles by airberlin, Delta Air Lines will begin its connection to New York JFK in the summer again. A growth with the transfer traffic is expected over the course of the expansion of the transfer connections within Europe by airberlin. It will no longer be possible to realise the very high growth rates of the past few years at Schönefeld Airport to this extent in future. It is moreover to be assumed that there will be a consolidation on various routes. These developments lead to the fact that frequencies or flights at both locations will be reduced or discontinued. The transfer of the tourist routes of Tuifly, airberlin into a new holiday airline could lead to a consolidation of tourist routes at Tegel Airport. Nevertheless, a growth in passengers of around 2% is also expected for 2017. In line with the forecasts of visitBerlin the German capital city continues to be attractive for guests from all over the world so that the number of visitors will continue to increase and therefore the passenger volume at the airports will also rise. In addition, the attractiveness of the additional destinations which can be reached will lead to an increase in the passenger numbers with regard to passengers from the region. A.2 Commercial-Management The creation of additional areas, in particular at the existing Schönefeld Airport will be one of the outstanding tasks for the future. The aim is in particular to further expand gastronomy offers as well as to improve the quality of time spent on the airside and therefore to achieve an improvement in customer satisfaction. In addition the aim is to continue to pursue the path that was taken so far of the market oriented price adjustments in the field of parking. The creation

Our Figures | 125 ← of further parking space capacities also represents a possibility for increasing the commercial revenues. A.3 Real estate property management In the long term, there is substantial potential for urban and commercial development inherent in the development areas at BER which could be mined to the benefit of FBB as well as of the states of Berlin and Brandenburg. These potentials are to be examined within the scope of the strategic master planning. The aim is to draw up a future-oriented concept by the autumn of 2017 that is capable of updating for the spatial development of the airport area and is suitable for the needs and capacities. In addition a positive property management market demand is expected with the opening of the BER, which will settle further investors at the BER Airport site and in the airport environs. B. Commercial Development In the last few years the capital city region has shown a more than average positive participation in the increase in passenger volumes in Germany. For the airports in Berlin this was an essential revenue driver, which above all benefited from the continuing growth with the Low-Cost-Airlines with their Point-to-Point traffic. A continued increase in passenger volumes in Germany is expected for the next few years. Analogue to this the airports in Berlin are expecting continuing growth in the medium-term. This applies despite the indicated intensive competition among the airlines, which may result in a market consolidation. An increase by about 1.6% in comparison with 2016 to 33.46 million passengers is planned for the Berlin Airports in 2016, focusing especially on the legacy Schönefeld Airport. In order to cope with the growth in traffic in Schönefeld the expansion of the infrastructure there will be continued, the use of which is envisaged until 2023. It is at the same time expected that the already very high

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