Lufthansa and Air Berlin will claim damages from Berlin Airports to compensate for the delayed opening of Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BBI). The airport company last week conceded that the planned June 3 opening date for BBI cannot be maintained, with CEO Rainer Schwarz citing issues with the terminal fire protection system. Numerous reports have since indicated that other aspects of the projects also are lacking, and according to one article, the airport’s completion is two ...
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