Growth at Tegel Airport more than offset a dip at Schönefeld in August passenger figures for Berlin’s airports.
The CEO of Berlin Brandenburg Airport has acted quickly to crush speculation that Tegel Airport will remain in use after his gateway finally opens for business next year.
Berlin Airports, which operates the city’s Tegel and Schönefeld airports, is set to break passenger records for the ninth year in a row.
Germany’s major airports reported mixed traffic results last month, with Frankfurt Airport recording its busiest August ever while Schönefeld in Berlin saw numbers decline.
Berlin Brandenburg International Airport will usher in a new era for Germany’s capital city when it opens in 2011, writes Oliver Clark.
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