Berlin’s airport operator has called off the planned Oct. 27 opening of the city’s new international airport, citing problems with the fire protection system. According to Berlin Airports, the problems are so complex that the October opening is no longer tenable. Technical Director Horst Amann, who joined the operator a few months ago, said it was too early to determine a new opening date. This is the fourth delay for Berlin Brandenburg Airport, and it now seems likely the transition ...
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