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→ 126 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH B.4 Closure of Tegel Airport after operational startup of BER Planning provides for the closure of Tegel Airport after completion of construction and operational startup of Berlin Brandenburg Airport. The revocation of the operating permits will become effective six months after the opening of the future take-off and landing runways 1 . The planning approval has therefore been revoked 2 . This legal position has not changed by the referendum in the state of Berlin. With the closure of Tegel Airport costs may be incurred for the disposal of harmful substances in the buildings as well as for the restoration of old ground contamination. Their volume can only be finally determined after the return by corresponding expert’s opinions. These expert’s opinions will respectively be jointly commissioned by the contractual parties. BFG can be held liable for the damages stated in these expert’s opinions on a contractual basis. There is thus the risk of cost assumption for BFG for a disposal of possible harmful substances in buildings or old ground contamination Due consideration of this risk has been taken through the creation of provisions and the recognition of write-offs. B.5 Damage compensation claims arising from postponement of operational startup of BER FBB has received letters of claim from service providers, tenants, airlines and other companies requesting damages/regress payments as a consequence of the postponement of the operational startup of Berlin Brandenburg Airport originally set for 3 June 2012. The majority of the letters have initially only asserted the grounds for the claims; very few of the claim letters include concrete figures or they contain at most estimates. As a consequence, it is not possible at this time to make any definitive statements regarding the total amount of the claims asserted by the various claimants. As of the end of 2017, twelve actions or dunning proceedings related to damage compensation claims arising from the postponement of the operational startup were pending. FBB assumes furthermore that a part of the claims will be clarified in the course of litigation because there are legal issues that will require clarification. Discernible risks have been given due consideration in the annual financial statements by the formation of provisions. 1 Notification regarding the revocation of the operating permits for Berlin-TXL Airport 2004 2 Notification regarding the release of the facilities and areas of Berlin-Tegel Airport from the intended use under aviation law (revocation of the planning approval) 2006.

Our figures | 127 ← B.6 Progress of the BER project The framework time schedule (RTP) handed over on 1 September 2017 regarding the completion of construction of the BER, incl. the submission of the fault-free test protocols for security-oriented systems, envisaged a completion as of 31 August 2018. This time schedule was updated until the end of 2017 and the details specified by coordination with all parties involved in the BER project. As a result a startup of the BER is envisaged in October 2020. An evaluation of the RTP by further important external parties involved in the project such as test instances (TÜV testing agency), project planners and project controllers has been carried out. The expertise of all parties involved showed a correspondence in the estimate of the ability to achieve the now determined opening date of the BER independent of one another. The current greatest risks with the completion of construction and under approval law of the BER lie in the 5 fire alarm systems, the safety lighting / safety power supply and the control of the mechanical smoke extraction systems. The stated risks are the object of special and regular monitoring measures. B.7 Financing and financial instruments Owing to the postponement of the operational startup 2013, an increased need for financing in the amount of EUR 2.2 billion was identified for additional construction costs, necessary expansion measures and the capital service. After examination of various financing variants it was decided by consultation with the shareholders of FBB to finance half of the financing requirements with funds from shareholders as well as through the borrowing of additional external capital. The funds from the shareholders were made available in the form of subordinate loans in the amount of EUR 1,107 billion with a term of 20 years. The taking out of external capital is carried out within the scope of a new syndicated financing for up to EUR 2.5 billion and a term of 10 years, which in addition to the EUR 1.1 billion includes a tranche in the amount of up to EUR 1.4 billion for the refinancing of the existing syndicated financing, which was carried out in February 2017. It is collateralised in the full amount, as the previous BER long-term financing, by guarantees of the three shareholders of FBB. The new syndicated financing would be concluded at substantially more optimum conditions compared to the syndicated financing from 2009. Risks from the increase in the interest rate level are hedged by FBB for credit transactions with variable interests by concluding interest rate swaps. From the stipulation of a concrete startup date for BER with October 2020 there are termination possibilities for the financing contracts within the scope of the

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