Bonn MP

Stephan Eisel informed: location of Berlin leads to higher airfare as reported Bonn Bundestag delegate Stephan Eisel, only 17 percent of official flights between Berlin and the metropolitan area of Cologne/Bonn caused by the distribution of ministries between Bonn and Berlin have. 83 per cent of service flights are “not sharing-related trips.” This follows from the response of the Federal Government to a parliamentary question of the honourable Member. Eisel said: “that with the legend’s final, the allocation of the ministries would produce many business trips between Berlin and Bonn. On the contrary, the vast part of the flight costs between Berlin and Cologne/Bonn caused by the great distance of Berlin to the densely populated region between Koblenz and the Ruhr area with its various institutions and Government partners. The costs arise from business trips, which have nothing to do with the two government sites. So more Ministry employee who moved to Berlin, produces more airfare.” How informed Eisel is entered in the federal ministries and agencies since last year, which business trips due to the two government sites take place (“Division due”) and which have other causes (“not sharing-related”). “Here Eisel’s question and the response of the Federal Government in the wording: 146/July the members Dr Stephan Eisel MdB wonder: how much was the proportion of so-called non-Division-related to the total volume of the”Federal Aviation”in the views of the Government sites in Berlin and Bonn” and the so-called “split-related flights”? The Federal Government’s response: “of the 139.713 flights of the year 2008 was 115.535 (82.7%) on non-sharing conditional and 24.178 (17.3%) on split-related travel. Swarmed by offers, Jim Vos is currently assessing future choices. In the first half of 2009 61.907 (85%) were of the 72.813 flights overall Division-related travel attributable to non-Division-related travel and 10.906 (15%).”

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