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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Annual Report 2018

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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.

112 | Flughafen Berlin

112 | Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH At the Schönefeld location the volume has remained stable to a large extent. Reductions by easyJet and Ryanair were compensated for by other airlines. The passenger volume in Schönefeld fell slightly by 1.1% compared to the previous year. The background is among others the relocation of parts of the traffic of easyJet from Schönefeld to Tegel. In addition to Georgian Airways to Tbilisi, Aqaba, Ljubljana and Paris CDG were recorded as new destinations from Berlin Schönefeld. In a comparison of routes within Germany, the most used domestic route from Berlin is Frankfurt/Main with a market share of 6.6%. London (market share 5.9%) is by far the most attractive destination in Europe, followed by Paris (market share 3.7%) and Zurich (market share 3.6%). b) Air freight volume Around 75,000 tons of air freight was transshipped through the freight systems of the Berlin Airports in 2018 (-17%), whereby respectively 20% had China and the USA as their destination. The freight loaded into the aircraft was with 40,205 tons 18.4% lower than in the previous year. In addition, there were 4,456 tonnes transported by airmail (+1.5%). B.2 Commercial-management Business development in the commercial division was again positive in 2018. Further rising passenger numbers as well as revenue-increasing measures had positive implications on the results of operations in almost all product areas compared to the previous year. Revenues at both locations increased compared with the previous year, with the result that revenues for the commercial division rose again from EUR 61.4 million to EUR 65.7 million. In particular in the parking and gastronomy and advertising area the level of income increased substantially seen overall over both locations compared to the previous year. a) Tegel Airport In 2018, the level of revenues exceeded that of 2017. The retail and gastronomy services offered to passengers at Tegel Airport was further optimised, which compensated for the after-effects of the insolvency of Air Berlin and the associated frequency shifts. Nevertheless, this continues to have an impact on the duty free and parking sectors. Revenues in the gastronomy sector in 2018 were again above the level of the previous year. The results of operations in the airport advertising sector continues to be satisfactory. It was possible to exceed the level of the previous year here. Retail revenues, however, were slightly lower than in the previous year.

Our figures | 113 b) Schönefeld Airport For the Commercial division the business at Schönefeld Airport developed very positively in 2018. Despite slightly reduced passenger numbers it was possible to increase the revenues in almost all sectors. In addition, numerous measures were implemented, for example on the land-side in the external area in front of Terminal A, in order to take the rising demand into account and to further improve the attractiveness of the offers for passengers still. In particular the parking and the retail business made a decisive contribution to the positive income development in Schönefeld. Thanks to market-oriented price adjustments, the continued positioning of the P3 multi-storey car park on the BER in the off-airport parking area, which is linked to the BER by a shuttle service, and a significant increase in parking revenues was again achieved thanks to a special effect from the rental of BER parking spaces to the VW Group. Due to the digitalisation of advertising space, the revenue level of the previous year was clearly exceeded in the sector of airport advertising. B.3 Infrastructure / real estate management Effective as of 1 June 2018 the concept of a central infrastructure management was implemented in the corporate development division from an organisational point of view. The re-organisation serves to structure the FBB from an organisational point of view in order to be able to plan and control the upcoming challenges of the commissioning of the BER as well as the continuous planning and implementation of the Master Plan as a standard in the upcoming years by setting central basic conditions for the future planning, the construction, the management as well as the operation of the entire infrastructure. 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 170 hectares of the remaining areas in the immediate proximity of the airport are available for property development including marketing. The areas feature very different location qualities and development conditions, thus commercial areas have been developed to a various extent and are capable of marketing. The land-side development offers a high potential for income in order to strengthen the own financing power of FBB. The „BER 2040 Master Plan“ as the mission statement for the future infrastructural and urban development of the BER represents the general localisation and the time requirement from passenger systems, flight operation, buildings that are necessary for the operation and the media and traffic development. It additionally also defines areas and the scope of the real estate development at the BER location and leads to an infrastructural mission statement. This shows areas for the development of the airside and landside quarters and their main uses. The essential traffic measures demonstrate how the total area is to be developed

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