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The Airport Tempelhof was closed to air traffic in 2008 - however it did not affect the traditional dynamics, which reflected in the events, lettings, complex restoration work and much more.

Not least the landmarks and turning points such as the referendum on Tempelhof field in May 2014, the profile development process started in July 2015 Berlin Creative District or even temporary use as emergency refugee accommodation since October 2015 caters for continuous evolution of the former airport. The ambitious inauguration projects - be it the Rooftop gallery,the Tower THF,the Visitor Centre,planned entry of Allied Museum or even the refurbishment of hangar 1 for permanent event location - are shaping our future promisingly.