I know about the problems of Berlin, because I live in the region (profile)
This is always the best way to start a discussion: "I know everything why don't you just shut up??". Don't you think you are too self-conscious? Why do you discuss here then when you know everything? If other people know aswell since they live "in the region", Berlin would not be an economic desert. Only FYI, I lived 4 years in Berlin, until last September and graduated at FU
Berlin has a very good "Autobahn" connection and good public transport system
, Berlin has a good autobahn, construction has limited fine. No problem, it only takes 4 1/2 to AB
) (FRA / FRF / EDDF), Germany">FRA (the economic capital) and 2 1/2 to Hamburg, 5 1/2 hrs to Munich... good. But why not invest directlt there (since there is MUCH more skilled labor available in these regions). Btw, as you might know: the ICE Sprinter 3 1/2 hrs to AB
) (FRA / FRF / EDDF), Germany">FRA, which I took regularly, is the best alternative
definitely better than the public transport of London!
What do you want to say with that?? Why do you all of a sudden start with a comparison with london? The typical arrogant but we are still better than you??
I love this special mentality...
. I love Berlin public transport and know it is fantastic. The nightbuses and even the tube now brought me safe home "after one or the other night out although being "intoxinated by one or the other drink"
But how long have you lived in london to judge the public transport here (who has to serve a population more than 7 Million)?? Maybe you just did not understand it
Don't forget, I took reference to your statements and not to your question whether Berlin is an attractive LCC market. Even I believe that it is a good market for LCC
Btw, only to preventively combat your prejudices: I had the time of my life in Berlin, it is fantastic... at the same time I see it is having major problems and suspect that the BB
-Airport project is absolutely deemed to failed (AB
) (FRA / FRF / EDDF), Germany">FRA and MUC
are more attractive, and Germany does not need a third big airport - but policy makers always know the best)
"The earth provides enough resources for everyone's need, but not for some people's greed." (Gandhi)