Berlin Airports announced yesterday that Tempelhof International Airport will close on Oct. 31, 2008, following a decision by the Higher Administrative Court of Berlin-Brandenburg. The number of airlines serving the airport has fallen to single digits--Brussels Airlines, Sterling Airlines and Cirrus Airlines are the largest--and last month's throughput was down 45.4% year-over-year to just 26,500 passengers. Berlin Airports CEO Rainer Schwarz said the company has lost €115 million ...

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