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Berlin (Reuters) - The capital airport BER wrote in the Corona year 2020 deep red numbers.
The loss was not only due to declining sales, but also because of high depreciation at 1.06 billion euros, the operator company FBB declared on Thursday a Supervisory Board meeting. The virus pandemic made the airport strongly, said airport boss Engelbert Lütke Daldrup. The number of passengers was broken to 9.1 million, after just under 36 million in the record year 2019. Sales fell by 239 million euros. Because of the prospect of long-lasting revenues, the Airport posted an unscheduled depreciation on the new terminal structure of around 767 million euros. As a result, the "equity capital is widely used up," it said.
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The owners Bund, Berlin and Brandenburg have already signaled that they want to continue to support the airport financially and signed a patronage statement in March. The FBB relies on a help of around 2.4 billion euros in its business plan. This is to run through part-learning the FBB, via liquidity aids and the transformation of loans into grants. Here, the EU Commission still has to give green light and the talks ran, said Lütke Daldrup. He was confident that the air traffic is expected to increase in the second half of the year. "When the traffic attracts in summer, that could be the long-awaited light at the end of the tunnel." 2025 The airport should also be financially back on his own legs.
The search for succession of the outgoing Lütke Daldrup takes a little longer. One was in good talks and will find a reasonable solution for the airport, said FBB Supervisory Board Rainer Bretschneider. Most recently, insiders, the longtime Airport Manager Aletta of Massenbach, said good opportunities on the bid. The lawyer born in 1969 is since September 2020 Financial Chef of FBB. From Massenbach worked for over 20 years for the operator of the Frankfurt Airport, Fraport AG. She led many projects and airports abroad - for example in Peru, Bulgaria and Turkey.
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