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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134 | 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 permit will become effective six months after the commissioning of the future take-off and landing runways. The planning approval has therefore been revoked. 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 are commissioned jointly by the BFG and the State of Berlin. 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 start-up of BER An agreement has been reached between the FBB and numerous affected parties who have made claims arising from the postponement of start-up from 2012. Some of the claims are now time-barred. As of the end of 2018, five actions or dunning proceedings related to damage compensation claims arising from the postponement of the operational start-up were pending. Any existing risk have been given due consideration in the annual financial statements by the formation of provisions. B.6 Progress of the BER project A control time schedule is used to continuously monitor the current schedule situation and evaluate it to identify technical risks. The release of the plant is now forecasted for July 2019. If the subsequent processes are taken into account, the commissioning of the BER in October 2020 is currently not at risk. There are still time reserves. Evaluations of the control schedule, the identified technical risks and the initiated countermeasures are carried out at regular intervals by major external project participants, such as the audit authorities (TÜV), the project planner and an external expert acting as second opinion.

Our figures | 135 The expertise of all parties involved showed, independently of one another, that there was still an agreement in the assessment of the ability to reach the BER on the opening date set in December 2017. The current greatest risks with the completion of construction and under approval law of the BER lie in the 5 fire alarm control centres and the safety lighting / safety power supply. Other previously critical systems are currently no longer on the critical path, however they are being looked after just as intensively. The stated risks are the object of special and regular monitoring measures. B.7 Financing and financial instruments From the stipulation of a concrete start-up date for BER with October 2020, there were termination possibilities for the financing contracts within the scope of long-term financing, which no longer exist after negotiations in 2018. An additional financing requirement in the amount of around EUR 500 million is based both on the opening date of October 2020 and takes the financial consequences of the postponed opening as well as investments still to be made for the expansion of the airport location into account ("BER 2040 Master Plan"). Further shareholder funds and external capital that is to be secured still are envisaged to cover the financing requirement. Based on corresponding shareholders’ resolutions of 19/3/2018 and 5/7/2018 the total financing of the project BER is seen as secured. Risks from the increase in the interest rate level are hedged by FBB for credit transactions with variable interests by concluding interest rate swaps. B.8 Full use of utility grids Owing to the postponement of the operational start-up of BER, there is a risk that the utility grids operated by FEW in Schönefeld will not be utilised to their full capacity, which will mean that costs cannot be charged onward in full. Furthermore, there is a risk that the calculated basic price will be too high because the equipment is not being utilised adequately and will not be paid by third-party customers. B.9 De-concentration pursuant to Sections 6 et seqq. EnWG [German Energy Management Act] The EnWG obligates vertically integrated utility Company to de-concentrate electric power and gas grids pursuant to Sections 6 et seqq. EnWG. The electric power grids at the airport locations Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schönefeld are currently operated in the form of closed distributor grids by FEW as an independent grid operator since 1 January 2014. The supervisory authority for grid operation in

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