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BEA's Silver Star service included complimentary hot meals on all flights whereas Pan Am merely offered free on-board snacks. Henceforth, the airline marketed these services as Super Silver Star.
The introduction of Pan Am's s to the Berlin market represented a major step change because of the aircraft's ability to carry more passengers than any other contemporary aircraft type used by scheduled carriers in the short-haul Berlin market, and its ability to take off from and land on Tempelhof's short runways with a full commercial payload as only light fuel loads were required on the short internal German services.
Despite the huge increase in capacity over the DC-6B vs. Pan Am's second year of jet operations from Tempelhof saw load factors steadying while the third saw a slight increase.
On the other hand, BEA's reduced capacity in the domestic air travel market between West Berlin and West Germany enabled it to attain higher load factors than its competitors.
Air France, West Berlin's third scheduled carrier, which had suffered a continuous traffic decline ever since the transfer of Berlin operations to more distant Tegel at the beginning of due to Tempelhof's operational limitations that made it unsuitable for its Caravelles, [nb 12] was worst affected by the equipment changes at the latter airport during the mid-to-late s.
This arrangement entailed the latter taking over the former's two remaining German domestic routes to Frankfurt and Munich and operating these with its own aircraft and flightdeck crews from Tempelhof.
This was further compounded by the economic downturn in the wake of the oil crisis. The resulting fare increases that were intended to recover the airlines' higher operating costs caused by steeply rising jet fuel prices led to a further drop in demand.
This involved [re-]training all pilots and flight engineers who manned the flight decks of the airline's fleet, which at the time operated out of Miami to the Caribbean and Central America , as well as on the IGS routes from Berlin and intra- European feeder routes serving Frankfurt and Heathrow.
While all Modern Air commercial flights from and to Berlin principally used Tegel to take advantage of that airport's longer runways and the fact that it was not in a built-up area making for easier approaches , the airline conducted its training for Berlin-based flight deck crews at Tempelhof between and The latter was also the US supplemental's and other Tegel-based operators' designated diversion airport in bad weather in the Tegel area.
Commercial operations restarted in , when US- incorporated regional airline start-up Tempelhof Airways began a corporate shuttle between Tempelhof and Paderborn under contract to former German computer manufacturer Nixdorf whose main factories and offices were located in Paderborn and West Berlin respectively.
In , the airline converted the Tempelhof—Paderborn corporate shuttle into a full-fledged scheduled service using a Nord commuter turboprop. The end of the Cold War and German reunification opened Tempelhof for non-allied air traffic on 3 October Towards the end, commercial use was mostly in the form of small commuter aircraft flying regionally.
Plans had been in place to shut down Tempelhof and Tegel, and make the new Brandenburg Airport the sole commercial airport for Berlin. In , the mayor of Berlin Eberhard Diepgen , Brandenburg minister-president Manfred Stolpe and the federal transport minister Wissmann established the so-called "Consensus resolution".
The entire planning aimed at concentrating domestic and international air traffic in Berlin and Brandenburg at one airport: To ensure investment protection as well as to fend off opposition to Schönefeld International's expansion, it was mandated that first Tempelhof and then Tegel must be closed.
On 4 December , the Federal Administrative Court of Germany Bundesverwaltungsgericht made the final decision as court of last instance to close Tempelhof Airport.
An initiative for a nonbinding referendum against the closure was held and failed, after the initial number of signatures required were collected.
The referendum was held on 27 April A majority of the votes was necessary to support the referendum, but this had to be at least one quarter of all eligible Berlin voters.
The initiative for keeping Tempelhof open was supported by the Interessengemeinschaft City-Airport Tempelhof ICAT  along with a couple of opposition parties in the Berlin city parliament: The Berlin government insisted on the closure of the airport for legal, long-term economic, and environmental reasons,  in particular to ensure the expansion of Schönefeld International.
Environmental groups and the Green party supported them in this. Plans for the future would include for example a Berlin airlift museum in the old terminal building, commercial space for innovative businesses, new housing and industrial areas, sports facilities, and parks.
Legally the decision in favour of closure at the end of October was irrevocable  and the referendum was nonbinding. A subsequent reopening would have faced high legal barriers; but some legal experts claimed there may be means to circumvent this.
The referendum of 27 April failed. A "Goodbye Tempelhof" gala was held at Tempelhof airport for eight hundred invited guests in the last hours of 30 October.
Meanwhile, protesters against the closing held a candle vigil in front on the Platz der Lufbrücke. The last commercial flight was a Cirrus Airlines Dornier that departed at At precisely four and a half minutes before midnight, the last two airplanes — a historical Junkers Ju 52 and an airlift " raisin bomber " Douglas DC-3 — took off in parallel, waved their wings, and flew off south-east to Schönefeld airport.
The runway and air field lights were switched off at midnight. Three Antonov An-2 airplanes flying under VFR were left stranded at the airport, as weather conditions prevented them from taking off on 30 October.
They were allowed to take off on 24 November , making them the last aircraft to take off from the airport. Up until September , Tempelhof had been used since its closing to host numerous fairs and events.
The first major events included a fashion tradeshow in July   and the Berlin Festival concert in August. In September , Tempelhof hosted the Popkomm , international world's music and entertainment business meeting place and was one of the most important locations of the first Berlin Music Week.
The place also hosted sports events. The Berlin Marathon fair, the main event preparation to runners, was held at Tempelhof every September.
In August , Berlin city officials announced that Tempelhof would be opened in May as a city park. More than , Berliners visited the park to enjoy its wide open spaces for recreation ranging from biking and skating to baseball and kiting.
The grounds are currently mid-September maintained by Grün Berlin,  a company that also looks after several other gated parks in Berlin.
Originally the intention was for the Tempelhof fields to be used as a park indefinitely. This was manifested for instance by plans to host the IGA, Germany's world horticultural exhibition.
Tempelhof field had been at risk of being closed down as a park and being opened to construction in , but in a referendum, Berlin's citizens decided to keep using the field as a public park.
In September it was announced that the airport would become an 'emergency refugee shelter' for at least 1, refugees,  but they are free to come and go from the main terminal building and their presence has not affected public access to the park.
Later, Düsseldorf was chosen to host the contest. Most airlines moved to Tegel or Schönefeld in the years before Tempelhof closed down.
When it was actually closed down in there were only scheduled flights from Brussels Airlines and Cirrus Airlines still operating from there.
Although the attack had severely damaged the plane, necessitating the shutdown of engines number three and four, the pilot in command of the aircraft managed to carry out a safe emergency landing at Tempelhof Airport.
A subsequent inspection of the aircraft's damage at Tempelhof revealed that it had been hit by 89 shots fired from the Soviet MiGs during the preceding air attack.
There were no fatalities among the 17 occupants six crew, 11 passengers despite the severity of the attack. The Soviet military authorities defended this attack on an unarmed civilian aircraft by claiming the Air France plane was outside the air corridor at the time of attack.
G-AICM operating a non-scheduled cargo flight from West Berlin crash-landed near Tempelhof Airport as a result of fuel starvation when bad weather at the destination forced it to return to Berlin.
Although the accident damaged the aircraft beyond repair, both pilots survived. Following the hijacker's arrest, the US authorities returned the aircraft, its crew and those passengers who wished to resume their journey to Poland.
Bernard Pietka, the hijacker, was on military service while taking over the aircraft. He was armed with a grenade and a single-shot pistol.
The US military authorities arrested the hijacker on arrival and handed him over to the local police. At that time, he was expected to be sentenced to a five-year prison term under West German law.
On 26 June , a private Socata TB 10 Tobago had to perform an emergency landing on the now closed Tempelhof Airport due to engine failure.
It was on a sightseeing flight and the pilot was looking for a free space to land safely. The aircraft was occupied by the pilot and three passengers and had taken off from Tegel Airport.
Upon consultation with air traffic control in Schönefeld , it was agreed to land on a Tempelhof runway. No one was injured during the emergency landing as the visitors of the now Tempelhofer Park scurried aside to make room for the TB 10, which came to a halt after a very short distance.
The Senate of Berlin now intends to prohibit sightseeing flights over Berlin by single-engine planes for safety reasons.
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He then served as Superior of the Jesuit residence in Aachen until , at which time he began teaching Scripture at Valkenburg. From to , Bea was the provincial superior of Germany.
Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski then sent him to Rome, where he worked as the Superior of the Biennial House of Formation — , professor at the Pontifical Biblical Institute — , and rector of the Institute of Superior Ecclesiastical Studies — In , Bea was named rector of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, a post in which he remained for nineteen years.
Raised to the rank of cardinal before his episcopal consecration , Bea was created Cardinal-Deacon of S. On 6 June , he was appointed the first president of the newly formed Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity , a Curial organisation charged with ecumenical affairs.
It was not until two years later that, on 5 April , Cardinal Bea was appointed a bishop: He resigned his post as titular archbishop in , one year after the Second Vatican Council was convened.
Cardinal Bea died from a bronchial infection in Rome, at age Bea was highly influential at the Vatican II Council in the s as a decisive force in the drafting of Nostra aetate , which repudiated anti-Semitism.
Alphonso Carinci with a typed copy of the manuscript of Maria Valtorta 's writings in Augustin Bea published articles in the years — They dealt with archaeological issues, exegesis of Old Testament texts, Mariology, papal encyclicals, the unity of Christians, anti-Semitism, Vatican II, relations to Protestantism and the eastern Orthodox Churches, and ecumenicism.