Highlights include a multi-day team-building measure in which the trainees and dual students can get to know each other better, as well as a city tour through Berlin.
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Berlin Brandenburg Airport will receive an updated schedule of airport charges, taking into consideration a case-by-case calculation methodology to calculate aircraft noise-related take-off and landing charges.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s passenger demand increased to a total of 1.67 million travellers during October 2021, particularly because of the autumn holidays.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport reports more than 1.43 million passengers travelling through in August 2021, demonstrating the continued air traffic growth since the implementation of COVID-19 vaccines.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport attributes the growth due to passenger desire to travel in the summer holidays, as well as the easing of travel restrictions.
On 8 February 2021, Berlin Brandenburg Airport achieved a significant milestone - 100 days of operation. Jan-Peter Haack, spokesperson for BER Airport, discusses the airport’s first few months of operation and the challenges of opening a brand new airport in the middle of a pandemic.
Despite the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH has outlined its satisfaction with Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt's first 100 days of operation.
Should the post-pandemic prediction be correct, a total of roughly 83 million fewer passengers would fly from BER between 2021 and 2025 than originally expected.
With the commissioning of its southern runway on 4 November 2020 following the landing of a Qatar Airways flight from Doha, Berlin Brandenburg Airport is now fully operational.
The trial is part of Berlin Brandenburg Airport's efforts to ensure that it remains on schedule to open in October 2020, following multiple delays.
All flight operations will be moved from Tegel Airport to the new Brandenburg Airport following three major relocation steps.