The shareholders of much-delayed Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BER) have approved a needs-based capital injection of up to €1.107 billion ($1.18 billion). Simultaneously, the 2015 economic plan includes construction work at BER to continue as planned, the company said in a statement. This means that the pure construction costs for BER, based on an initial capacity of 27 million passengers, are around €5.4 billion. Russian passenger traffic down 2.3% in 1Q The ...

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