The Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BER) supervisory board has agreed to the construction of a so-called Terminal T1-E’lite,’ which is designed to handle up to 6 million passengers and cost around €100 million ($114 million). It is expected to open in the first half of 2020. In a meeting on BER’s master plan, the supervisory board discussed ways to “systematically meet growing capacity demands in order to cope with the influx of the projected 55 ...

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