The people of Berlin and Brandenburg can hardly wait to test their new airport. This is quite clear since, just six weeks after the invitation to sign up for the test run at Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport went out, 12,000 airport testers have already registered; 10,000 of them for specific days, the remaining 2000 on the waiting list. This means that the regular places for test operation, which will put airport and all of its processes through their paces from January until May next year, are already fully booked. There is a ray of hope for everyone interested in taking part who has not yet registered, though, because the waiting list is still open.
Ralf Kunkel, Press Spokesman of Berlin Airports: “The first round is complete – and we have already signed up 12,000 people to test the airport. But it’s not too late for anyone still interested in taking part to add their name to the waiting list at ber.berlin-airport.de. They will then have the chance to replace of any of our registered testers, should decide to drop out.”