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Berlin airports brace for deluge of Champions League fans

Influx of 25,000 soccer fans will put extra strain on a city that lacks a world-class airfield

The city lacks airport capacity as the Willy Brandt hub, which will eventually subsume Schoenefeld, is years behind plan.


BERLIN'S airports are bracing for an influx of about 25,000 soccer fans for Saturday's Uefa Champions League soccer final between Barcelona and Juventus, putting extra strain on a city plagued by the lack of a world-class airfield.

Schoenefeld, the old East German

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