Simple Flying - Tom Boon

Earlier this week, Berlin’s former Tegel Airport officially ceased to be an airport. While you might think that this means the costs of the airport disappear, this isn’t the case. Over the next three months, parts of the airport will be dismantled at the cost of €6 million ($7.3 million).

Since Tegel’s last flight departed, the airport had been kept in a state of semi-closure. While it wasn’t being used for flights, the airport was kept operationally ready should the need arise. According to FBB, as of May 4th, when the airport ceased operations, the cost had amounted to around €3 million ($3.6 million) here

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