Lufthansa board member and CEO of subsidiary Eurowings, Thorsten Dirks, has apparently lost faith in the new Berlin Brandenburg airport, calling for the airport to be "demolished and rebuilt," after losing confidence in the project which has been delayed for years.

The latest setback calls for the replacement of 750 monitors needed to display passenger information, at cost of 500,000 euros.

Lufthansa says its facilities in the capital's airport are already outdated after years of delay. "It was all done for the first opening date,"said Dirks, adding, "we have to rebuild everything in Berlin."