The 15-year campaign to replace Berlin's fractured three-airport system with a single modern facility built to international standards gained a major victory when a German court overruled environmentalists and local residents who objected to plans to replace Berlin Schoenefeld with a new Berlin-Brandenburg International. Work had been halted on the €2 billion ($2.42 billion) project pending the decision. The new airport is scheduled to open in 2011. BBI will have an initial capacity ...

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