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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Portraits, finances, prospects: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH presents its key business segments, latest financial statements and most recent developments in the annual report.

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→ 126 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH capacity utilisation of the existing Tegel Airport will continue to have an effect to inhibit growth. An increase in the aircraft movements (commercial) by 1% to around 279,100 is expected for 2017. The sales revenues planned for 2017 will rise by around 10% due to the expected increase in the traffic volume as well as by remuneration adjustment. The expected increase in the traffic volume and remuneration adjustments will contribute to this increase. Growth in the commercial business and higher revenues from property sales, which promote a settlement of trade near Schönefeld Airport, have also been taken into consideration. The intensive preparation and implementation of the expansion programme at the existing Schönefeld Airport as well as at the BER will lead to an extraordinary and partly temporary increase in work. This relates above all to the cost of materials, which will primarily increase due to the maintenance volumes. The temporary increase in the workforce that was started in 2016 will have an effect throughout the whole of 2017. In addition, collective wage agreement and contribution increases will also lead to an increase in the personnel expenses. The progressive completion of the BER will lead to an increase in the depreciations due to a step-by-step business transfer of plants, which will however only have a pro rata effect in 2017. As a result and by taking the increased interest expenditure owing to the increasing provisions with external capital into consideration a consolidated deficit of EUR - 120 million is planned for 2017. C. The New Berlin Brandenburg Airport C.1 Completion of construction It is aimed to complete the construction work in the passenger terminal in a number of stages until the summer of 2017. First the Main Pier North, then the Main Pier South and finally the central part of the passenger terminal will be completed. The technical startup of the equipment and systems installed in BER has started parallel to the completion of construction. The startup status of all systems that are necessary under building law is 35% at the end of March 2017 the operational systems are at 18%. The technical startup will be followed by the acceptance of the passenger terminal required under building law and the trial operation of procedures at BER. C.2 Creation of additional capacities In order to take the growing traffic volume into account additional handling capacities are necessary at the Schönefeld site. As a result of the medium-term

Our Figures | 127 ← requirement planning a parallel continued operation of SXF north and of BER until 2023 was therefore decided in September 2015 already by the Supervisory Board. The implementation of the so-called Double-Roof-Concept requires a multitude of individual construction measures. These include the strengthening of SXF north for a capacity of more than 10 million passengers per annum as well as the construction of new taxiways and aprons. In addition, among others the construction of a further terminal building at the BER, a new multi-storey car park and various operating buildings including associated media infrastructure are part of the programme. The funds which are necessary for this purpose were approved by the Supervisory Board. Essential steps in the implementation of this expansion programme were carried out in 2016. e.g. the conversion or new construction of the Terminals B and D arrival could therefore be completed at the SXF north site. Planning orders were placed for further projects respectively corresponding work was carried out in preparation for invitations to tender for construction services. In combination with the expansion programme with continuous optimisations of the handling processes after the startup of the BER the capacity of the airport will be increased to the requirements of 40 million passengers as forecast for 2023. In addition, necessary capacity adjustments after 2023 are currently being defined within the scope of the infrastructure master planning. D. Overall statement concerning the expected development of the company In the overall analysis the management sees FBB as well organised for a positive further development. However, the aim is to manage the existing challenges with regard to the completion of BER as well as its start-up in the very near future in order to be able to name a reliable and binding startup date over the course of the fiscal year 2017. Schönefeld, 31. März 2017 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup Heike Fölster Dr. Manfred Bobke-von Camen

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