Jetex and Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport will develop the first fully green FBO in Berlin


Jetex, an award-winning global leader in business aviation, and Berlin Neuhardenberg
The airport announced the signing of a joint venture agreement under which the two parties will work
towards the development of a business aviation terminal and a fixed base at Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport (EDON).

Berlin is one of the top ten private aviation markets in Europe with over 20,000 annual flights
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The FBO Berlin Neuhardenberg Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) will be created as part of a 50-50 joint venture ownership partnership between Jetex and Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport. Investment by Jetex subject to certain preconditions being met by Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport.

Private aviation aircraft operators and owners will benefit from a dedicated FBO
which will serve the border market of Berlin, East Germany and Poland, offering the highest
levels of quality of reception, service, security and confidentiality.

The development will comprise a 1,500 m². private jet terminal, office buildings, flight support and conference center and associated ground works and infrastructure. With up to 20 additional parking lots for private jets with associated technical requirements, the FBO will offer maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities, comprehensive ground support and amenities for seamless operation.

Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport offers its customers fully unlimited round-the-clock operations and is not slot-controlled. Its runway measures 2,400 meters by 50 meters, sufficient to accommodate all types of modern private aircraft up to the Airbus A350 type.

Passengers and crew will have access to limousine service to Berlin with transfer times of approximately one hour, as well as helicopter shuttle service to and from Berlin and Willy Brandt Airport Berlin Brandenburg. The 55-room luxury Schloss Neuhardenberg hotel offering luxury accommodation, restaurants and conference facilities is located five minutes from the airport.

Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport is also the site of one of Europe’s largest solar farms generating over 175 megawatts of clean renewable energy, which will be used by Jetex to create the world’s first fully green FBO.

The project will help to significantly reduce CO2 emissions and the air quality impact of general aviation in the Berlin metropolitan area and provide Berlin and the East German market with an environmentally friendly airport of the future. environment.

Peter Sølbeck, main shareholder and managing director of Airport Development A/S, said: “The involvement of Jetex is an equally important step in the development of our airport. Since 2007, as a Danish company, we have been trying to reuse this former GDR government airport for civilian purposes. The conditions are excellent. The satellite approach and departure request process is in full swing. We have very strong political backing and very positive support from our regional community, including local residents and business owners in and around Neuhardenberg, who fully support our project. With Jetex, the German capital region can successfully maintain and expand its place as an economic, cultural and recreational region in an internationally competitive market. The conditions for business aviation in the Berlin area will improve dramatically and be raised to a new sustainable level. With the open space photovoltaic power plant that we created as project developers in 2012, which is still one of the largest in Europe, aviation will find here in eastern Brandenburg ideal conditions for the upcoming change in aviation mobility strategy which is increasingly turning towards electrification. Together with our partner Jetex, we will master the next steps for the necessary approvals and find our place in the overall development of aviation in the capital region of Germany.

Adel Mardini, Founder and CEO of Jetex, said, “Jetex is committed to providing our customers with the highest levels of service and a seamless experience. A major factor in our success is the ability to grow our FBO network into major international gateways with significant private aviation demand. As the capital of Germany and a major commercial and cultural center, Berlin is a destination in which we aspire to be present. Neuhardenberg is an excellent airport for our first FBO in Germany which provides the space to develop a world-class private jet terminal and FBO operation. Today, more than ever, we are focused on sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint. Jetex offers a number of environmental solutions and the development of the world’s first fully green FBO, which will also include the latest innovations in eco-design, is an important step. I would like to thank the owners of Neuhardenberg Airport and their sales team for their support to date and we look forward to working closely together in the new joint venture.

For Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport, Chairman of the Board and Co-Owner Dieter Vornhagen said: “We have long identified Jetex as the ideal partner for the development of our FBO. It is a company that is gaining a presence in the global FBO industry and is renowned for providing the global business aviation community with standards of service and excellence that far exceed many others in the sector. Our joint venture, when developed, will see the creation of over 50 jobs in Neuhardenberg and will provide business jet operators and owners with not only a world-class FBO for Berlin, but flagship development as well.
within Jetex’s global FBO network. We now look forward to embarking on terminal design concepts and engaging with partners and stakeholders to help advance the project to an operational phase and create a unique and sustainable business aviation airport. in environmental terms for the East Berlin market in Germany.

Following the signing of the agreement, Jetex and Berlin Neuhardenberg Airport begin
works on terminal design and infrastructure planning. Further announcements will be made
regarding the planned opening date.


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