Editorial remarks: As announced yesterday, details of the next steps will be released on Monday next week

09.05.2012

Following yesterday's announcement regarding the delayed opening of BER Airport, we have been inundated today with media enquiries. Please be patient and understand that we are currently unable to respond to all enquiries as promptly as usual.

As announced yesterday, we would like to remind you that details of the next steps towards opening Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be given on Monday next week. An invitation will be sent to you in good time.

Deutsche Telekom AG is not involved in fire protection systems at BER Airport

Furthermore, regarding current reports following our press conference yesterday: Deutsche Telekom AG is not involved in building the technical systems for fire protection at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Correspondingly, the delayed opening of BER is in no way connected to the services provided by Deutsche Telekom AG for the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport. It is true that Telekom subsidiary T-Systems International has been contracted to supply a data technology work package at BER Airport. Apologies for any misleading comments in this respect should be made at the press conference.

Please take this information into account when reporting.

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Spokesman Lars Wagner

Lars Wagner Head of the Press Office / Spokesman
Berlin Brandenburg Airport

+49 30 6091-70100 +49 30 6091-70070

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Daniel Tolksdorf

Daniel Tolksdorf Spokesman
Berlin Brandenburg Airport

+49 30 6091-70100 +49 30 6091-70070