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Showing posts with label Brussels Airport. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brussels Airport. Show all posts

Saturday, 17 February 2018

[lalibre.be] Aviapartner et Swissport s'occuperont des bagages à Brussels Airport jusque 2025



Aviapartner et Swissport s'occuperont des bagages à Brussels Airport jusque 2025
Aviapartner et Swissport continueront à effectuer la manutention des bagages et du fret du transport passagers à Brussels Airport jusque 2025....
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Saturday, 10 February 2018

[www.lalibre.be] Le patron d'Eurowings : "Brussels Airlines ne deviendra pas une copie belge de Ryanair"



Le patron d'Eurowings : "Brussels Airlines ne deviendra pas une copie belge de Ryanair"
Le patron d'Eurowings Thorsten Dirks a assuré mercredi aux travailleurs de Brussels Airlines que leur entreprise ne deviendrait pas à l'avenir...
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[Luc Barry] Présentation du Bombardier CS300 AIR BALTIC Brussels Airport 1 février 2018

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

[Brussel Airport] “connect” is the Brussels Airport neigbourhood magazine

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7sur7.be : L'aéroport de Zaventem menace les communes voisines



L'aéroport de Zaventem menace les communes voisines
Les bourgmestres de Kortenberg et de Steenokkerzeel s'opposent à l'agrandissement projeté de l'aéroport de Zaventem. D'après des plans qui ont fui ...
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Saturday, 13 January 2018

[Lalibre.be] : Une nouvelle ligne reliera Brussels Airport à la Chine



Une nouvelle ligne reliera Brussels Airport à la Chine
La compagnie chinoise Hainan Airlines va ouvrir une troisième ligne entre Brussels Airport et la Chine, annonce mercredi l'aéroport belge sur Twitter....
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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Brussels Airport sets three all-time records in 2017

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Brussels Airport sets three all-time records in 2017

In the past year, Brussels Airport received 24.8 million passengers, an absolute record in the history of the airport. Last year, the records for both day and month were also shattered, both in the month of July. Cargo closes the year with 536,000 tonnes of cargo, the highest cargo volume handled by Brussels Airport in the past decade.



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






Wednesday, 27 December 2017

[Lalibre.be] Brussels Airport franchit la barre record des 24 millions de passagers



Brussels Airport franchit la barre record des 24 millions de passagers : "On suit attentivement ce qui se passe chez Ryanair"
Le chiffre a été franchi ce vendredi matin. L'aéroport de Bruxelles a accueilli son 24 000 000e passager de l'année. Un nouveau record pour Brussels...
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Sunday, 24 December 2017

Brussels Airport welcomes 24-millionth passenger and breaks record

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Brussels Airport welcomes 24-millionth passenger and breaks record

Brussels Airport today hit the 24 million passenger mark since 1 January 2017. Never before have so many people flown to and from Brussels Airport within a single year. The 24-millionth passenger received a warm welcome this morning from Brussels Airport CEO Arnaud Feist.



Brussels Airport is in a festive mood: just before Christmas the airport has welcomed its 24-millionth passenger in 2017, an all-time record for the airport. . With 24 million passengers before the year's end, Brussels Airport is doing even better than in the previous record year 2015 when almost 23.5 million passengers travelled through Brussels Airport.

To celebrate the new record, Brussels Airport Company's CEO Arnaud Feist treated today's passengers to delicious chocolates. This record is also the perfect occasion to thank the 20,000 airport staff whose daily commitment is paramount in achieving this record and ranking Brussels Airport among Europe's top airports.

Moreover, Brussels Airport made every effort to create a suitably festive atmosphere throughout the airport. Other than the traditional Christmas trees, lights and other Christmas decorations, the gigantic bauble in the outdoor area in front of the departure hall is a real eye-catcher. This bauble, with a diameter of 6 metres, is actually a big globe which refers to the many destinations passengers can travel to from Brussels Airport. Before entering the departure hall, passengers can stop for a typical Belgian beers at the Christmas Chalet on the temporary Winter Terrace. In the baggage reclaim hall, arriving passengers can make their wait for their luggage more pleasant by playing their favourite Christmas carols through the loudspeakers of a jukebox. Passengers can also listen to Christmas piano concerts in the Connector building, which are sometimes accompanied by a choir.

Over the Christmas period at Brussels Airport, special attention will be paid to families travelling for the holidays. In order to make their departure during the Christmas holidays as smooth as possible, dedicated Family lanes will be opened at security for families with children. The airport robot BRUce Pepper is also ready to help out over the Christmas period by guiding and assisting passengers. The little robot is in full Christmas mode and after a selfie, he will wish you Happy Holidays.

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).
Follow us @brusselsairport on Twitter or on www.facebook.com/brusselsairport

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





Friday, 24 November 2017

[Lu sur 7s7]: Les avions approcheront Brussels Airport de manière plus sûre





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Les avions approcheront Brussels Airport de manière plus sûre


Belgocontrol a développé un nouvel outil de mesure automatique du vent en altitude afin de renforcer la sécurité des approches des avions à Brussels Airport, indique mercredi l'entreprise publique autonome gérant le trafic aérien en Belgique. La ...
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Friday, 17 November 2017

[Brussels Airport]: Over 2.2 million passengers at Brussels Airport in October


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Over 2.2 million passengers at Brussels Airport in October

Brussels Airport is starting the 4th quarter with over 2.2 million passengers in October, up 8.5% on the same month last year.
Air cargo traffic on the other hand continues to decline (-3.4%).



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

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


[Lu sur 7s7]: Les postes d'observation des avions seront prêts en avril 2018


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Les postes d'observation des avions seront prêts en avril 2018

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La construction de la plateforme permettant d'observer les avions autour de Brussels Airport connaît un retard supplémentaire. Elle sera terminée en avril 2018, a indiqué le gestionnaire de l'aéroport, lundi. Le permis environnemental pour la ...
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Saturday, 28 October 2017

[Brussels Airport] The Brussels-Shangai route was officially opened (2017-10-25)

The Brussels-Shangai route was officially opened. The first Hainan Airplane ready to take off!




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

[Levif.be] Emirates délocalise des vols fret de Schiphol vers Zaventem



Emirates délocalise des vols fret de Schiphol vers Zaventem
Après Singapore Airlines, Emirates va renforcer ses activités fret à Brussels Airport. Une partie des vols fret de la compagnie ne seront plus assurés depuis Schiphol (Pays-Bas) mais depuis Zaventem, a indiqué mardi la compagnie à Belga.
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Friday, 13 October 2017

Brussels Airport invests €52 million to equip Pier B with new boarding bridges


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Brussels Airport invests €52 million to equip Pier B with new boarding bridges 

Brussels Airport is investing over 52 million euros to equip its Pier B with new boarding bridges and offer greater comfort to passengers. This large-scale project is an important step towards meeting the future demands of its customers, passengers and airlines and preparing for future technological developments in aviation. 

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


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


Florence Muls 
External Communication Manager
Corporate Communication
Brussels Airport Company




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Wednesday, 11 October 2017