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Showing posts with label Brussels Airport. Show all posts

Sunday, 19 May 2019

Emergency exercise at Brussels Airport (pictures)

Some pictures of the emergency exercise at Brussels Airport on April 19th. A great demonstration of to demonstrate the peoples involved are ready in case of accident. Thank you to the Public relation dept and all the services of Brussels Airport. (click on the pictures to see) 





















Everything is ready to start the exercise. A Boeing 737 with 80 passengers on board was hit by a bus. The bus is on his side and an engine fire started on the aircraft. 




The Firemen and Rescue Dept of Brussels Airport had left their barracks and are fighting the engine fire.










































Figurants from the Red Cross and volunteers simulating the victims of the crass are evacuated by the firemen of the Brussels Airport Dept. The “passengers” played their role realistically. 
















During the exercise, business as usual for the airport although some of personal are involved and need to react as for a real accident.













A small part of the personal and vehicles involved in the exercise including nearby firemen barracks, emergency services and police from around the airport. A lot of police and emergency services also send teams to participate and learn from the exercise. Cooperation between the different services was also an important part of the test. 


























An emergency first aid post was setup in the new firemen barrack. The volunteers continued to play their role as victims.






















Amongst the firemen involved, here members of the Brussels Regio rescue service. 



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Wednesday, 3 April 2019

[Brussels Airport] Three new destinations from Brussels Airport this summer


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Three new destinations from Brussels Airport this summer

The 31st of March will see the official start of the summer season at Brussels Airport. A season that looks set to be busy with no fewer than 202 destinations on offer for our avid globetrotters. Whether city breaks, summer sun, distant or exotic destinations, travellers really will be spoilt for choice.



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


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Wednesday, 13 March 2019

[brusselsairport.be] : Two state-of-the-art, energy-efficient fire stations now in use at Brussels Airport

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Two state-of-the-art, energy-efficient fire stations now in use at Brussels Airport
The 145-strong fire department at Brussels Airport now operates from two brand-new fire stations, which are located in the eastern and western sections of the airport grounds. The fire stations are specifically designed for responding to emergency situations, are energy-efficient and provide plenty of space for housing the fire brigade's extensive fleet.

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


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Fire stations West & East at Brussels Airport
Do you ever wonder what it’s like to be a firefighter at Brussels Airport? Take a look behind the scenes of our fire department and discover our two fire sta...
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Thursday, 27 December 2018

[Brussels Airport] Makeover for information website for local residents of Brussels Airport


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Makeover for information website for local residents of Brussels Airport
skeyes and Brussels Airport have developed a new version of the BATC.be information website: as of now, visitors will find a wide range of additional functionalities as well as useful information about runway use, weather observations and forecasts, radar tracks, noise measurements and many statistics.
Under the name of Brussels Airport Traffic Control (BATC), skeyes and Brussels Airport Company have been informing the general public since early 2015 about the runways in use at the airport. Both companies have commonly developed a new version of the website. From now on, BATC.be presents many new features and additional information.

Kindly find our press release in English, French and Dutch on the press room of our website.

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


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Saturday, 10 November 2018

[Brussels Airport] 8 new destinations from Brussels Airport during the winter season



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8 new destinations from Brussels Airport during the winter season

Brussels Airport is expanding its network this winter season with 8 new destinations. The airport now connects directly our country with 144 passenger destinations. The airport is also strengthening the connectivity to existing destinations. The aviation winter season runs from the end of October to the end of March.

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


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Saturday, 20 October 2018

Brussels Airport aintenance works on runway 07L/25R spread over 8 consecutive weekends

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Maintenance works on runway 07L/25R spread over 8 consecutive weekends

Brussels Airport is beginning maintenance work on runway 07L/25R this weekend. Work will last 8 weeks and take place exclusively during the weekend. The runway is undergoing maintenance to make sure all flight movements can continue safely and efficiently and prolong the runway's lifespan.

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


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Friday, 12 October 2018

Lu sur 7s7: Primera Air ne viendra pas à Zaventem






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Primera Air ne viendra pas à Zaventem


Le transporteur low-cost danois Primera, qui proposait des vols transatlantiques à prix cassés, a annoncé cesser mardi ses activités. Primera Air voulait proposer des vols vers Boston, New York et Washington au départ de Bruxelles au printemps ...
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Sunday, 30 September 2018

Brussels Airport wins award for the best network development and airline marketing in the world


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Brussels Airport wins award for the best network development and airline marketing in the world

At the World Routes event in Guangzhou in China, Brussels Airport has won the overall World Routes 2018 Marketing Award, and also took home the World Routes Award in the category of 20 to 50 million passengers. Brussels Airport previously won this overall award in both 2012 and 2014; this is the first time that an airport has won the award on three separate occasions.

Please find attached the press release in English.

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


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Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Lu sur 7s7: La Flandre a des vues sur Brussels Airport






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La Flandre a des vues sur Brussels Airport


Le gouvernement flamand envisage, via sa société d'investissement PMV, d'acquérir une participation dans Brussels Airport, selon les informations des journaux De Tijd et L'Echo parues samedi. L'aéroport bruxellois est actuellement détenu par ...
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Thursday, 23 August 2018

Lu sur 7s7: Une compagnie low-cost volera entre Bruxelles et les États-Unis l'an prochain





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Une compagnie low-cost volera entre Bruxelles et les États-Unis l'an prochain


La compagnie aérienne low cost Primera Air inaugurera au printemps 2019 trois liaisons entre Bruxelles et les villes américaines de Boston, New York et Washington, peut-on lire sur le site internet de la compagnie danoise. Primera Air opérera à ...
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Monday, 25 June 2018

[levif.be] Brussels Airport reliera bientôt Bruxelles à Rennes



Brussels Airport reliera bientôt Bruxelles à Rennes
La compagnie aérienne Hop!, filiale régionale d'Air France, reliera Bruxelles à la ville française de Rennes, en Bretagne, à partir du 24 septembre, indique jeudi Brussels Airport.
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Friday, 15 June 2018

[Brussels Airport] Press release: Brussels Airport continues its momentum with more than 2.26 million passengers in May


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Date: 12 June 2018 at 09:44
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Brussels Airport continues its momentum with more than 2.26 million passengers in May

In May 2018, Brussels Airport welcomed more than 2.26 million passengers, an increase of 2.8% compared to the same month last year. This new record confirms the excellent results recorded over the first four months of the year. Freight transport at Brussels Airport has increased sharply (+15.9%), thanks in particular to trucked freight, but also to belly cargo.

Please find attached our press release in English, French and Dutch.

Press Service: Brussels Airport Company - Corporate Communications - Tel. + 32 2 753 53 53

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Tuesday, 5 June 2018

[www.7sur7.be] Nuisances sonores: les avions devront s'adapter au vent



Nuisances sonores: les avions devront s'adapter au vent
Le ministre fédéral de la Mobilité François Bellot veut fixer une nouvelle norme de vent pour l'utilisation des pistes de décollage et d'atterrissage ...
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