The European Commission (EC) has approved a €1.2 billion ($1.6 billion) capital injection by the public owners of much-delayed Berlin Brandenburg airport. The funds will be used to complete construction of the airport, which racked up €1.2 billion in extra costs after a German court judgment tightened noise protection rules. The airport has also been plagued by planning and construction problems, leading to multiple delays to it planned opening. “Since the ...

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