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Friday, 12 May 2017

[Brussels Airport] Brussels Airport to offer a co-working platform thanks to Tribes

Forwarded message - From: MEDIA Mailbox


Brussels Airport to offer a co-working platform thanks to Tribes

In 2018, the co-working facilities company Tribes is opening new offices in the Passport Building at Brussels Airport. The office building is currently under construction and will provide ultra-modern offices with a spectacular view across the airport's tarmac. The connectivity with the rest of the world and the inter-modal transport hub at the airport, make Brussels Airport a unique workplace.

Please find links to the press releases in English, French and Dutch.

Press Office: Brussels Airport Company – Corporate Communications – Tel. + 32 2 753 53 53

About Brussels Airport
Brussels Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe, handling 21,8 million passengers and 495,000 tonnes of freight annually. Brussels Airport links the European capital with 238 destinations worldwide that are served by 78 different airlines. (figures 2016).
Brussels Airport caters for the specific needs of the business travellers, and also has the largest low-fare offer in Belgium.
Brussels Airport is the second most important centre of economic growth in Belgium providing direct and indirect employment for 60,000 people.
Brussels Airport is operated by Brussels Airport Company. The shareholders are the Belgian State (25 percent) and a consortium of private investors (75 percent).
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