Berlin Brandenburg International Airport’s (BER) supervisory board will discuss a new startup date for the airport’s much-delayed opening at an extraordinary meeting Dec. 15. Secretary of State Rainer Bretschneider, chairman of the supervisory board, said the primary goal “remains the fastest and smoothest possible commissioning of BER.” Construction began in 2006 on Berlin’s new airport, which was originally scheduled to open in October 2011. The opening has ...

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