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3 Inhaltsverzeichnis of contents Table of contents Table Cologne Bonn Airport Gateway to Europe... 4 Foreword Executive bodies of the Company... 8 Cologne Bonn Airport in figures The year at a glance Passenger destinations in Cargo destinations in Framework conditions Management Report of Cologne Bonn Airport GmbH Notes of the Financial Statements for the 2013 Financial Year Auditor s Report Balance sheet as of 31 December Income statement for the period from 1 January to 31 December Statement of fixed assets movements Report of the Supervisory Board Imprint

4 Cologne Bonn Airport Gateway to Europe 3 runways: Intercontinental runway 14L/32R: 3,815 m x 60 m Parallel runway 14R/32L: 1,863 m x 45 m Cross wind runway 06/24: 2,459 m x 45 m 9 aprons: 5 aprons for passenger traffic 4 aprons for cargo traffic 116 parking positions: 18 positions close to terminals (bridge positions) 98 remote positions 24 2 terminals: 53 shops and restaurants 86 check-in desksr: 46 in Terminal 1 40 in Terminal 2 55 gates (total) 19 passenger bridges 3 car parks: 12,535 parking lots 1 L 4 4 Cologne Bonn Airport

5 3 C 32 R 32 L R 6 7 O S Airport premises: 1,000 hectares N W Annual Report

6 Foreword Foreword Ladies and Gentlemen, The first nine months of 2013 were anything but good. It was not until the fourth quarter that the traffic figures at Cologne Bonn Airport moved into the positive sector. Until then, the passenger traffic had been impacted by the cost-cutting measures of the major German airlines and the air traffic tax. However, new airlines, which went into operation in winter, and the increase in flights offered provided for an upturn. In the first nine months, the cargo airlines were very much under strain, feeling the pinch of the European financial crisis. The cargo figures were therefore lower than expected. In the past year, a total of 9.1 million passengers were transported, which is a minus of 2.2 per cent compared to Approximately 740,000 tonnes of cargo also meant a decline of 1.6 per cent. Nevertheless, sales revenues increased by 2.3 per cent to million euros. This is mainly due to the income from non-aviation business. Investments here in the past year amounted to 27.6 million euros. Almost eight million euros were spent alone on the construction of the new Germanwings administration building. Fortunately, we were able to achieve an annual surplus, with a net profit of one million euros. At this point in time, we are expecting a positive development for the current year, as far as both the revenues and traffic figures are concerned. On the other hand, we are concerned that the Germany aviation industry is increasing- ly losing ground on an international basis. The responsibility here lies with the heavy pressure arising from the air traffic tax or constraints caused by the increasingly expanding night flight restrictions. In order to keep the location competitive, politicians must create general conditions which strengthen the location instead of weakening it. Therefore, the following still applies: Germany does, at the end of the day, need a comprehensive air traffic concept. We can look back with pride at the two very important awards Cologne Bonn Airport recently received from the aviation industry. We were placed first in Europe in the categories for cargo in the Air Cargo Excellence Awards and for the Total Package Airport in the Skytrax World Airport Awards 2014 : Cologne/Bonn was selected as the Best Regional Airport of Europe, i.e. the best European airport which is not an intercontinental hub. The awards were the result of a survey carried out with 13 million passengers worldwide. These two awards testify to the appreciation shown by the passengers and airlines. They demonstrate how important it is for an airport to continuously work on improving its services and amenities. Moreover, it is essential to invest in increasing the attractiveness of the terminals. The fact that Cologne/Bonn did so outstandingly well here is, however, also due to the excellent work our employees do every single day. They have rightly deserved these awards. Michael Garvens (Chairman of the Management Board) Athanasios Titonis (Technical Management Board) 6 Cologne Bonn Airport

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8 Executive bodies of the Company Board of Management Members of the Supervisory Board Michael Garvens Chairman of the Board of Management Bergisch Gladbach Dr. Volker Hauff State of Rhine-Westphalia Chairman Former Federal Minister Dr. Martina Hinricher Federal Republic of Germany 3rd Deputy Chairwoman Ministerial Director Bernhard Braun Employees representative Employee of Flughafen Köln/Bonn Athanasios Titonis Technical Managing Director Bonn Hans-Dieter Metzen Employees representative 1 st Deputy Chairman Employee of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH Jochen Ott City of Cologne 2 nd Deputy Chairman Former Superior Educational Counsellor Gunther Adler State of North Rhine-Westphalia State Secretary Nuretdin Aydin Employees representative Loading Supervisor Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH Winrich Granitzka City of Cologne Business Consultant Reinhard Limbach State of North Rhine-Westphalia Real Estate Professional (since ) 8 Cologne Bonn Airport

9 Waltraud Mayer Employees representative Employee of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH Dr. Rüdiger Messal State of North Rhine-Westphalia State Secretary Gerold Reichle Federal Republic of Germany Ministerial Director (until ) Jürgen Roters City of Cologne Lord Mayor Petra von Wick Federal Republic of Germany Ministerial Counsellor Karl-Heinz Wildschrei Employees representative Employee of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH Eduard Wolf Rheinisch Bergisch District Employee (until ) Annual Report

10 10 Cologne Bonn Airport Cologne Bonn Airport in Figures

11 Traffic development Aircraft movements Passengers 000 9, , , , ,079.0 Air cargo 000 tonnes Business development Sales revenues million Investments million Amortisations million Fixed assets million Balance sheet total million No. of employees (Closing date ) 1,803 1,769 1,829 1,829 1,829 Annual Report

12 year at a glance The year at a glance The January Start of the nationwide 4-Litre Campaign In the middle of January, the aviation industry went into the offensive. The German Aviation Association (BDL), in cooperation with its members one of which is also Cologne Bonn Airport, started an efficiency campaign Vier bringen Sie weiter. This means as much as Advancing things with just four litres. With this, they want to underline the average kerosene consumption of an aircraft, which is currently less than four litres per person and per 100 kilometres. One of Cologne Bonn Airport s contributions to this campaign included an enormous poster (32 x 14 metres) on Car Park 3, which was presented there on 14 January at the start of the campaign. March Heavy-weight ITB reception At the traditional Airport reception at the ITB in Berlin, the football expert, Reiner Calmund (r.) and Michael Garvens put on a witty sketch. In front of some 250 invited guests, Calli and Garvens, playing passengers on the fictive flight 4711 from Cologne to Berlin Tegel, discussed various topics, such as the air traffic tax, airline cost-saving programmes and the future of BER. As in every year, Cologne Bonn Airport had its own stand at the World s Leading Travel Trade Show. 12 Cologne Bonn Airport

13 May On the winners rostrum Among the world-best airports with 5 10 million passengers, Cologne/Bonn came home with an excellent third place; in the Best Regional Airports in Europe, it came in second, and fifth in the best airports of Central Europe. This was the result of a survey carried out by the renowned London aviation research institution Skytrax. For the internationally renowned World Airport Awards 2013, more than 12 million passengers from more than 100 nations were interviewed at 395 airports. Loud aircraft paying significantly more At the beginning of May, the new scale of tariffs for the Airport came into effect. Since then, loud aircraft have to pay significantly more than quieter planes, especially when they are flying at night. The noiserelated proportion of landing fees is considerably higher than before. Also, the differentiation between loud and low-noise aircraft and between day and night landings has been increased. In addition to this, the Airport offers considerable financial incentives for airlines which operate new, low-noise aircraft at Cologne Bonn Airport. Over a period of three years, airlines can save up to one million euros if they work with the aircraft Boeing 777, Boeing 747/800 or Airbus A330. Annual Report

14 year at a glance The year at a glance The June Place of contemplation In June, the new Prayer Room opened its doors, offering passengers, visitors and Airport staff members a place that offers peace and relaxation. The Prayer Room on the ground floor of Terminal 2 is open to all visitors, regardless of belief and denomination, and it was a deliberate decision to forego any religious symbolism. In setting up this room, the Airport worked in close cooperation with the Cologne Council of Religions. Big Airport Party with 30,000 visitors On 8th June, 30,000 visitors came to the Aviation Day at the Airport and revelled in the unique Airport atmosphere. For this day, parts of the apron were transformed into an enormous event area covering 20,000 m². Demonstrations of ground handling equipment were given and same time, same place the REWE Family Day attracted guests with catering and event stands and an enormous show stage, featuring stars such as Detlef D. Soost, Cassandra Steen and the winner of the German TV Talent Show DSDS, Beatrice Egli. Holy mass in the Terminal This was a first for the Airport. On Ascension Day, the Roman Catholic priest Johannes Mahlberg from the Christus König Parish in Porz, celebrated a holy mass for the first time at Cologne Bonn Airport. Some 200 believers came to the worship service on the ground floor of Terminal Cologne Bonn Airport

15 July Aircraft baptized Cologne On 1st July, and with the help of a replica of a glass amphora from the Roman-Germanic Museum filled with water from the Rhine, Cologne s Lord Mayor, Jürgen Roters baptized a Germanwings Airbus A319, giving it the name Köln. The occasion for this was the first flight of the new Germanwings. The airline had launched a new product and brand concept and now ranks as the third largest airline in Germany. Vocational Training Fair in Terminal 2 On 5th July, almost 1,000 school children and potential apprentices/trainees came to the Vocational Training Fair, which the Airport organises in cooperation with the Cologne Chamber of Commerce in Terminal 2. Presentations were given by the air traffic control, customs and excise, Nayak, FedEx, UPS, and many more companies based at the Airport offering vocational training. Largest SunExpress location The holiday airline SunExpress, a joint venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, has considerably extended the flights on offer from Cologne Bonn Airport. At the end of July, the airline stationed two more Boeing s here. Now, with a total of three aircraft, Cologne/Bonn is the largest SunExpress location in Germany. In summer, the route network to warm water destinations was also extended. Let s go electric over the apron Electricity instead of fuel: in its fleet of vehicles, Cologne Bonn Airport switched from traditional petroldriven vehicles to battery-driven electro-vehicles. In the major project ColognE-Mobil Electric mobility solutions for NRW, the Airport acquired two completely battery-driven Ford Focus vehicles plus four Ford C-Max with a plug-in hybrid drive. All in all, the Airport invested almost half a million euros in electric solutions. Together with their partners, which include Ford, Rheinenergie, TÜV Rheinland and the City of Cologne, the Airport presented the CologneE-Mobil to the general public. Annual Report

16 Das Jahr im The year at a glance The year at a glance Überblick August The most family-friendly airport Cologne Bonn Airport is Germany s most family-friendly airport. This was the result of a nationwide customer survey carried out by ServiceValue GmbH in cooperation with the Sunday newspaper WELT am SONNTAG and with academic monitoring carried out by the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. 35,000 families with children evaluated the family-friendliness of more than 300 companies from 35 sectors. In the airport sector, Cologne/Bonn took first place, ahead of Munich and Frankfurt on the Main. September Aviation and Aerospace Day On Sunday, 22nd September, more than 30,000 visitors came to the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) in Porz. The DLR and the European Space Agency (ESA) presented the latest research projects from aviation and aerospace, and also in the sectors safety, energy and traffic. Cologne Bonn Airport was also a jointorganizer. The Airport s Zulu parking position was a big attraction for aircraft fans. Here, the DLR presented their research fleet, the special military air mission, including the government aircraft Airbus A 319. UPS and FedEx also exhibited their modern cargo aircraft. 16 Cologne Bonn Airport

17 Oktober Norwegian expands Starting with the winter timetable, Norwegian Air Shuttle also included four sun destinations in their schedule. With this, the Norwegian low-cost airline, which started in Cologne/Bonn with flights to Oslo in March 2012, clearly expanded their operations. Now, alongside Oslo, there are also flights to Alicante, Gran Canaria, Malaga and Tenerife. To mark the first take-off to Las Palmas/Gran Canaria, the crew was presented a Mediterranean-blue maiden flight cake. November Germanwings moves into their new administration building The construction period for the new Germanwings administration building only lasted seven months. At the beginning of November, the Germanwings team was able to start moving in. The six-storey building, made up of 120 modules, is home to 350 offices. Michael Garvens elected to the Steering Committee of BDL (Federal Aviation Association) The German Airports Association (ADV) elected Michael Garvens as a member of the Steering Committee of BDL (Federal Association of German Aviation and Space Industry). BDL has representatives from German airlines, airports, German Air Traffic Services (DFS) and aviation service providers. Annual Report

18 year at a glance The year at a glance The December UPS 200-million dollar reconstruction completed After just under a year s construction period, UPS completed the expansion and reconstruction works amounting to some 200 million US dollars. With this, Cologne/Bonn is now the second largest worldwide UPS air traffic hub, after Louisville (USA). They now have almost an additional 10,000 m² space. The sorting capacity of the facility, which is now almost as large as four football pitches, was increased from 110,000 to 190,000 parcels per hour, and large investments were also made in the conveyor system of the original hall, which was opened in Climate donation by Smartphone Cologne Bonn Airport is the first airport in Germany to offer passengers the opportunity of making a climate donation via their smartphone. This way, it is easier for them to offset the amount of CO ² emissions caused by their flight. The money donated goes directly to climate protection projects in Brazil. Passengers can make their donation at the Airport via their smartphone, using the QR code on the large myclimate posters in the waiting areas in the terminals. Myclimate is a Swiss organisation which supports worldwide projects to reduce greenhouse gases. Cologne/Bonn Airport has been working with this independent and non-profit organisation since Cologne Bonn Airport

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20 destinations in 2014 Passenger destinations in 2014 Passenger Reykjavik Oslo Stockholm Edinburgh Rostock Knock Manchester Hamburg Heringsdorf/ Usedom Gdansk Dublin Birmingham Amsterdam Berlin Leipzig-Halle Warsaw London Cologne/Bonn Dresden Prague Katowice Lisbon Faro Jerez de la Frontera Tangiers Madrid Malaga Nador Alicante Girona Barcelona Palma de Majorca Ibiza Mahon Algiers Munich Salzburg Friedrichshafen Vienna Klagenfurt Zurich Bern Verona Nice Milan Bologna Olbia Pisa Calvi Bastia Cagliari Tunis Enfidha Venice Rijeka Zagreb Rome Palermo Naples Catania Bari Budapest Pula Zadar Sarajevo Split Malta Dubrovnik Lamezia-Terme Tirana Skopje Corfu T At Funchal Casablanca Marrakesh Djerba Las Palmas Tenerife- South Arrecife Fuerteventura Boavista Sal Varadero/Cuba 20 Cologne Bonn Airport

21 Riga Moscow Kiev e Varna Burgas Kavala Istanbul Thessaloniki Izmir Athens Mykonos Bodrum Ankara Antalya Samsun Kayseri Gaziantep Trabzon Santorini Kos Dalaman Rhodes Heraklion Adana Gazipasa Tehran Tel Aviv Sharm el Sheikh Hurghada Marsa Alam Status May 2014 Annual Report

22 Cargo destinations in 2014 Keflavik Helsinki Oslo Stockholm Malmö Edinburgh Hamilton/Toronto Belfast Halifax NewYork Shannon Dublin Copenhagen Hamburg Berlin East Midlands Cologne/ Bonn Leipzig Frankfurt London Philadelphia Louisville Memphis Moscow Paris Munich Basel Geneva Lyons Tiflis Warsaw Katowice Tehran Prague Zurich Budapest Vienna Bergamo Timisoara Ljubljana Milan Venice Bordeaux Bucharest Zagreb Marseilles Sofia Barcelona Porto Valencia Madrid Lisbon Casablanca Palma de Majorca Rome Sharjah Dubai Varna Bourgas Istanbul Ankara Thessaloniki Athens Izmir Tel Aviv Nador Las Palmas/Tenerife Cairo 22 Cologne Bonn Airport Antalya

23 Alma Ata Seoul Chengdu Tokyo Shanghai Guangzhou Mumbai (Bombay) Shenzhen Taipei Hong Kong Status May 2014 Annual Report

24 conditions Framework conditions Framework Political framework conditions For Germany as an aviation location, 2013 was not an easy year. After a very weak start, the aviation industry in Germany did actually pick up in the course of the year, with a positive development at most airports, particularly due to the favourable forecasts for the European economy. Despite this upwards trend, the aviation industry in Germany could enjoy an even better development if it were not curbed by the current political environment. This environment is putting the competitiveness of Germany as an air traffic location at jeopardy. In the past years, new aviation growth centres have developed in Asia and the Middle East. Not only are the airlines from these regions performing better than their European competitors as regards income and profitability, but hubs like Frankfurt have lost passengers in transfer traffic to other turnaround airports such as Dubai. In other words, growth is moving away. Mid-March 2014, the Handelsblatt Research Institute, in cooperation with the German Aviation Association (BDL), published a survey titled Competitive capacity determinants in international air traffic, which compared the conditions of competition in 24 Cologne Bonn Airport

25 the international aviation industry. In this survey, air traffic in Germany came off badly, since, as the authors of the study put it, it has to face up to the international competition in shackles. The authors also concluded that competitiveness of German airlines and airports can only be improved if the air traffic tax and operational restrictions were abolished. Other factors also have a distorting effect on competition, for instance complex approval procedures, and the different social standards of the airlines. Even though the competition is global, the general conditions in the home countries are decisive for success prospects. Therefore, the airports and airlines would like the politicians to finally create general conditions which would strengthen the position of Germany as an air traffic location. As early as mid-january 2014, the BDL Cologne Bonn Airport is also a member of this association presented a 16- page catalogue with corresponding proposals and demands to the Federal Government after it had been stipulated in their coalition agreement that such a concept would be developed. Annual Report

26 conditions Framework conditions Framework A successful development in this direction is still impeded by the air traffic tax, which was introduced on 1 January This puts a disproportionate strain on German airlines. In 2013 alone, the German airlines had to pay more than half a billion euros tax to the German government. As these taxes have their impact on the ticket prices, many passengers meanwhile prefer to fly from airports in the neighbouring countries. So far, this has been an imposing five million passengers every year. It is the airports close to the national borders with a high proportion of domestic flights which are particularly hit by this. Cologne/Bonn is the best example for this effect. The negative impact of the air traffic tax can be seen in how the general economic growth is developing in relation to the growth in the air traffic sector. Under normal circumstances, i.e. without intervention by policy makers, air traffic would grow faster than the national economy. This changed with the introduction of the tax. While air traffic in Germany is getting nowhere, the aviation sector in the rest of Western Europe is growing much faster than the national economy. For the airports in Germany s neighbouring countries, the air traffic tax can be seen a as kind of subvention programme. So, although the Federal Ministry of Finance has earned a billion euros with the tax, in turn, a large part of the shortfall in income has been eaten up by the loss of revenue on the part of the airlines and airports. There is a consensus among the German air traffic industry that the air traffic tax must be abolished as soon as possible. The hopes set in the new Federal Government have, however, not been fulfilled to date. On the contrary, the politicians and the public are increasing the pressure by tightening the operational restrictions for airports. Here are two examples that affect Cologne/Bonn: At the beginning of the year 2014, the North Rhine-Westphalian Government announced once again that it would 26 Cologne Bonn Airport

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28 conditions Framework conditions Framework enforce a night flight ban for passenger aircraft. Only a few weeks later, a private suit was lodged by neighbours of Cologne Bonn Airport at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (OVG) in Münster. With this, they want to topple all night flights at Cologne Bonn Airport. However, the Airport is quite relaxed when it comes to the State Government s intention. Two years ago, the Federal Ministry of Transport under Peter Ramsauer rejected the NRW thrust on the grounds that the intended partial revocation of the operational approval was not legally viable. Since then, there has been no change in the legal situation. Cologne/Bonn Airport sees hardly any chance of success for the action at the OVG in Münster, where the key point is that Cologne/Bonn Airport is operating illegally under air traffic regulations. On the basis of this legal situation, the demand of the petitioner should be rejected by the Court. The plans of the State Government of Hesse to further restrict operations in Frankfurt, one of the largest and most important hubs in Europe, are also extremely serious. The coalition agreement here between the CDU and the Greens includes a regular night noise intermission of seven hours and the introduction of a noise maximum limit. If these propositions were to be implemented, this would have serious consequences for Germany s largest airport. This intervention in the existing operational authorisation would above all greatly jeopardise the competitive capacity of Fraport. If the German economy, which is very much export-oriented, wants to remain competitive on an international basis, it will need airports which also operate by night. The air cargo handled here links international markets and integrates Germany in these worldwide interwoven production chains. This applies in particular for express cargo, which is handled overnight at hubs like Cologne/Bonn. Consignments from Asia or America are re-distributed here and then directly delivered to the customer on the next day. These overnight connections are extremely important for the German economy. Suspending these night flights would have far-reaching consequences for Germany. Not only would airlines operating express cargo flights move to neighbouring countries, the German economy would also lose an enormous number of jobs. Therefore, it is important that a policy should be found to determine which airports are of significance for the German economy and thus can operate at night. Cologne/Bonn is one of the airports of supra-regional significance for the German economy. So that this can continue, the politicians must provide a guarantee for the operation regulations on a long-term basis and secure development opportunities. An important step here is that the new North Rhine-Westphalian regional development plan classifies Cologne Bonn Airport as an important location for the State of 28 Cologne Bonn Airport

29 NRW. The prerequisite for this regional development objective is the preservation of the status quo. For this reason, the formulation included in the current regional development plan must be maintained: The international competitive capacity of the commercial airport Cologne/Bonn, in particular its function as important German cargo airport, should be secured and consolidated. Just how much the German economy and labour market benefit from air traffic is shown in the report Aviation and Economy, published jointly in 2013 by BDL and the ifo Institut Munich. For its business climate index, the ifo Institut evaluated more than 7,000 reports from business enterprises from the industrial sector, main constructions trades and the retail and wholesale business. The structure of the companies interviewed reflects the entire German economy: from global corporations to small-scale enterprises. According to the survey, air connections are either important or very important for 56.2 per cent of all business enterprises in Germany. For the key business sectors in Germany, mechanical engineering (89.6 %), automotive engineering (79.6 %) and the chemical industry (79.2 %), air traffic is a factor of even greater importance. In 2012, cargo and passenger aircraft transported foreign trade merchandise with a value amounting to 204 billion euros. This is 10.1 per cent of Germany s imports and exports. In comparison to all other modes of transport, aircraft actually transport the smallest proportion of merchandise; however, if one considers the value of the goods to be transported per tonne, then aviation is, with 75,000 euros per tonne, number one in Germany, followed by road (2,800 euros/tonne), ship (1,900 euros/ tonne) and rail (1,200 euros/tonne). And, Annual Report

30 conditions Framework conditions Framework by the way, almost a fifth of the air cargo volume is handled in Cologne/Bonn. The report also verifies the significance of German air traffic as an employer. In 2012, approximately 823,000 were employed in the aviation industry and associated supplier sectors. The airlines and their employees in that year paid a total of 23.1 billion euros in taxes and social security contributions. Nevertheless, it cannot be accepted that small airports which have neither a sufficient catchment area nor future prospects are kept alive with public funding. The best or worst example for this is Kassel- Calden Airport, which went into operation last year. It is therefore all the more important that the EU Commission has issued new aid guidelines. These directives stagger the state aid according to the number of passengers. The highest subsidies these can be as much as 75 per cent are awarded to airports with fewer than a million passengers per year. For airports with a passenger volume of five million or more passengers, no subsidisation is authorised. The EU Commission has reasonably enough drawn a limit which stipulates that, after ten years, regional airports themselves have to generate their operational expenses. Now it is time for the aid guidelines to be formulated at national level and this within the framework of a national comprehensive air traffic concept. 30 Cologne Bonn Airport

31 Instead of uneconomic airport projects, Germany needs a competitive air traffic network that can meet the demands of the economy. This also means that airports must have the opportunity and possibility to grow. However, compared to aviation projects abroad, any German extension project is faced with complex planning, approval and decision-making processes. Such processes are not in place for global competitors, such as Dubai or China. All in all, the Federal Government should play a more important role in the future, and coordinate the activities of the individual German Federal States regarding air traffic. Whereas the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan has for years been considering all major projects for road and rail, there are no similar regulations for air traffic. Germany needs a binding air traffic concept, since only such a concept can ensure planning security. This does not only apply for the business enterprises involved in aviation, but also for all the population. Air traffic has to be socially accepted on a wide basis. The airports, for their part, see themselves obliged to take the concerns of their neighbours seriously, in particular when it comes to aircraft noise protection. In order to find a balance between the economic interests of aviation and the requirements for environmental protection, the noise protection measures will have to be improved. Annual Report

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