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The board determined that the proposal would not be practical and voted to scrap the privatization plan.Hochtief and IVG received approximately €50 million compensation for their planning effort.) is an international airport under construction, located adjacent to the current Berlin Schönefeld Airport in Schönefeld, 18 kilometres (11 mi) south of the city centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany.It was originally intended to replace both Schönefeld and Berlin Tegel Airport, and to become the single commercial airport serving Berlin and the surrounding state of Brandenburg, an area with a combined 6 million inhabitants.Concerning land-use planning and noise issues, rural Sperenberg and Jüterbog were considered more suitable for construction of a large airport.
The holding company announced on 20 June 1993 that Sperenberg Airfield, Jüterbog Airfield and the area south of Schönefeld Airport — the final choice, were considered possible sites for the new airport, with each site advocated by various factions in the ensuing political discussion.
However, it is now planned that it will replace only Tegel, and the old Schönefeld airport is currently being expanded are expected to become the leading carriers at Berlin Brandenburg Airport, having announced the intent to relocate and keep their hub / base operations there, which they currently maintain at Tegel and Schönefeld airports today.
After almost 15 years of planning, construction began in 2006.
Thus, the construction permit was granted only under the condition that once operational, the number of people living in the approach path would be lower, compared to the situation surrounding the three existing airports — Tegel, Schönefeld, Tempelhof.
By 2006, the construction cost was budgeted at €2.83 billion, which FBB achieved by a credit raising of €2.4 billion, a bank deposit of €430 million by the FBB partners, and an additional €440 million of equity capital provided by FBB.
The new Berlin airport would be planned, owned and operated by BBF Holding, which became Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Gmb H (FBB) shortly afterwards, and remained under the ownership of Berlin, Brandenburg and the federal government.