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Ex-Rolls-Royce manager to chief of the capital airport BER – FAZ – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Ex-Rolls-Royce manager to chief of the capital airport BER – FAZ – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung



The former Rolls-Royce Manager Karsten Mühlenfeld is the new head of the crisis-ridden capital airport. This was announced by the vice-chairman of the board Rainer Bretschneider on Friday after a board meeting in Berlin Schönefeld in with. A date was not mentioned Bretschneider first. The decision of the Supervisory Board had been killed by a large majority. Mehdorn w ants no later than the end of June to give up the top job.


Mühlenfeld previously worked in the development department of the engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce. The 51-year-old had started a new location until the beginning of the month at the train manufacturer Bombardier. He was especially true as the candidate of the shareholders Brandenburg and Berlin.

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In the sequel search Berlin and Brandenburg had long around with the federal government as a third partner behind the scenes a solution negotiated. The new chief will have the difficult task of the new airport be completed by the end of 2017. Planning errors and construction defects have brought the project is already more than three years behind schedule. In addition, the costs exploded at least 5.4 billion euros.


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The former airport chief Hartmut Mehdorn wants to give up the top job late June at the latest. New head is the former Rolls-Royce Manager Karsten Mühlenfeld.

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