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Berlin-Brandenburg International: A Case Study. By Bret Smart. Outline. Berlin’s three airports Necessity for a new airport BBI construction Main features Progress to date Project hurdles Still remaining Questions. Berlin’s Three Airports. Tegel Tempelhof Schoenefeld.

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outline
Outline
  • Berlin’s three airports
  • Necessity for a new airport
  • BBI construction
    • Main features
    • Progress to date
  • Project hurdles
  • Still remaining
  • Questions
berlin s three airports
Berlin’s Three Airports

Tegel

Tempelhof

Schoenefeld

tegel airport
Tegel Airport
  • Beginnings
    • 1909: Count Zeppelin
    • 1930s: Rocket research
    • 1948: Berlin Airlift
  • 1975 – A Good Year
    • 22 different airlines
    • Becomes main Berlin airport
  • Today
    • 1991: 6.7 million pax
    • 2008: 14.5 million pax
tempelhof airport
Tempelhof Airport
  • Beginnings
    • 1909: Orville Wright
    • 1926: Lufthansa founded
    • 1936: Enormous terminal
    • WWII: Berlin Airlift
  • Decline
    • 1971: 5.5 million pax
    • Pan Am and British Airways move to Tegel
  • Today
    • Small commuter aircraft
    • 2008: Closed in October
schoenefeld airport
Schoenefeld Airport
  • Beginnings
    • 1934: Built to service nearbyaircraft factory
    • 1947: Soviets construct civilian airport
    • Until 1990: Only Berlin airport without restriction on German air carriers (Lufthansa)
  • Today
    • 2008: 6.6 million pax
    • Room to expand
necessity for a new airport
Necessity for a New Airport
  • Current lack of capacity
    • Tegel’s planned capacity is 9.5 million (vs. 14.5 million actual)
  • Excessive noise emissions
  • Job creation
    • 30,000 more jobs at Schoenebeck
  • Create another European hub
    • Brandenburg’s minister: “Our future is being built here”

Solution: Berlin-Brandenburg International

bbi features general
BBI Features, General
  • Midfield terminal
    • Independent operations on 3600-m long runways
    • Room for expansion
  • Increased capacity
    • Can handle A380
    • 25 million pax (at first)
  • Ease of access
    • Large parking area
    • Direct freeway access
    • Underground train station
bbi construction progress
BBI Construction Progress
  • 2004: Concrete factory built onsite
  • 2006: Underground train station construction begins
  • 2007: Infotower
  • 2008 – Today:

Terminal Construction

project hurdles
Project Hurdles
  • Reluctance to close Tempelhof, Tegel Airports
    • Drawn-out court battle
  • Contract disputes
  • Residents
    • Noise complaints
    • Nighttime flights
    • Relocation
  • Environmental concerns
  • Financing
still remaining
Still Remaining
  • Funding
    • €1.4 billion still needed
    • Economic recession has reduced Berlin air traffic
  • Construction
    • Control tower
    • Terminal
    • Connections
      • Railway
      • Freeway