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© UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de EUROPLANE: Airport Systems Study The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg 15 November 2007
1 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de EUROPLANE Study Airport Systems – The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg Map
2 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de (Multi) Airport systems: More than one airport serving a catchment area Most European regions served by multi airport systems – strong similarities among them Optimum integration of regional airports into their surrounding airport system highly relevant subject matter to regional airport development: What is the relationship of regional airports and nearby network airports? What are their respective roles in terms of air traffic accessibility and regional economic development? Changes in the Berlin-Brandenburg airport landscape until 2011: Closing of Berlin-Tegel and Berlin-Tempelhof Expansion/ reconstruction of Berlin-Schönefeld into Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI) Airport operator of Eberswalde-Finow applies for landing permit for regular jets (85 t) EUROPLANE Study Airport Systems – The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg Background and Motivation EUROPLANE partners Brandenburg and Barnim County commissioned case study to investigate potential future role of Eberswalde-Finow airfield/airport against background of upcoming structural changes.
3 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de Airport Market Differentiation: Different airlines business models have different airport preferences Two airports of different typologies (network airport, LCC airport) can offer a wider range of airport services than one The wider the range of airport services the more business can be made EUROPLANE Study Airport Systems – The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg Airline Preferences and Airport Types Airline Typology Full Service Charter Low Cost Airport Typology Regional Low Cost Network Quality of Match: Low High
4 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de Intermediate Result: Eberswalde-Finow will be the only suitable airport location for the business model of True Low Cost Carriers (TLCs) in Berlin and Brandenburg in 2011. Tegel Tempelhof Schönefeld Berlin Brandenburg International Eberswalde-Finow Tegel Tempelhof Schönefeld Berlin Brandenburg International Eberswalde-Finow Present2011 EUROPLANE Study Airport Systems – The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg Intermediate Result: Changes in Traffic Flows Full Service Carriers (i.e. Air France) Medium Cost Carriers (i.e. Air Berlin, easyJet) Cargo Operators Integrators Most Charter Carriers Present2011 True Low Cost Carriers (TLCs, mainly Ryanair) Some Charter Carriers
5 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de Permission to handle planes up to 85 tons at Eberswalde-Finow would … …promote air traffic development in the structurally weak region Berlin- Brandenburg …limit BBIs market position, thus averting a de facto monopoly with virtually no market control of fee structures and service levels …imply the opportunity to create significant regional-economic effects (for 2021): Appr. 1,850 to 2,000 direct jobs Appr. 2,500 to 2,800 indirect jobs Appr. 80 m additional income Appr. 32 m additional tax revenues Eberswalde-Finow to handle 5% to 10% of Berlin-Brandenburg air traffic: No relevant danger to the development of BBI… but lower profits Positive impact on tourism development – even in Berlin EUROPLANE Study Airport Systems – The Case of Berlin-Brandenburg Results and Effects
6 © UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, 2007 Nils H. Levsen www.uniconsult-hamburg.de Thank you very much.
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