Berlin Airports’ board of directors is expected to announce a further delay to the opening of Berlin Brandenburg International Airport following an extraordinary meeting scheduled for Friday. Matthias Platzeck, the prime minister of the State of Brandenburg and co-chairman of the airport operator, yesterday indicated that the new facility will not be opened until October 2013, about two years later than originally envisioned. This latest delay follows a review of the facility by ...

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