Proprietors entrust APCOA with parking space management at new Berlin Brandenburg Airport (Germany). Contract signed

APCOA will be managing the car parking facilities at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport in the German capital.
Contracts detailing the parking lease have just been signed in Stuttgart and Berlin respectively. Already back in September the Berlin Airport management had announced that APCOA had submitted the best offer.

Ralf Bender, APCOAs Chief Executive Officer, hails this success an affirmation of the APCOA strategy of sustainable, quality growth both in Germany and Europe. "I am glad to see that our Berlin partners consider us a strongly performing service provider at European level in parking space management. This really is a big success for the entire APCOA team."

Prof. Dr. Rainer Schwarz, Chairman of  the Board of Directors of the Berlin Airports, emphasized that "BER is the airport of short distances. That, too, is true for fast and comfortable travel to and from the airport. And we have about half of our flight passengers arriving for travel in their cars. With APCOA we found management partners for our parking facilities at Berlin Brandenburg, who have already proven at the Berlin Schönefeld airport that they are the reliable partners of choice."
"With APCOA", adds Dr Norbert Minhorst, Director Non-Aviation Management of the Berlin Airports, "we have selected a first-class service provider, featuring Europe- wide experience in airport parking services."

After the new airport's opening in June 2012, APCOA will be responsible for the management of more than 15,000 parking spaces. As the APCOA Group currently is managing parking services for 30 airports across Europe, the Berlin contract expands its market leadership position further.

Estimates see initial BER passenger capacity at around 27 million. Depending on passenger development, this capacity could be scaled up to 45 million.  Because of its central geographical location, all European destinations can be reached swiftly and easily. Once the new airport will be operative, the entire air traffic of the metropolitan region will be concentrated in the capitals Southeast.


apcoaindustry.gifAPCOA is Europes leading parking facility manager and as a service provider for properties offers a complete service package related to parking. Currently the APCOA Group manages 1.3 million parking spaces at over 6,600 locations in 18 countries. The European headquarters and German branch are based at Stuttgart Airport.


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