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2022-06-19

[Brussels Airport] Brussels Airport advises departing passengers with a flight on Monday 20 June to rebook

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Brussels Airport advises departing passengers with a flight on Monday 20 June to rebook  

 

Due to a national manifestation in Brussels on 20 June, and the announced strike of a large number of the personnel of G4S, Brussels Airport expects a major impact on airport operations. Given this force majeure situation, the airport advises departing passengers with a flight on Monday 20 June to rebook their flight with their airline to another date.  

 

In order to avoid hours of waiting time at the security screening, airlines are currently cancelling or rescheduling a significant number of flights. The airlines will inform the passengers of the impacted flights. Brussels Airport also advises its passengers to rebook their flights themselves if possible and to avoid travelling on this day.   

 

Passengers who still decide to depart on 20 June are advised to travel with hand luggage only. To find out the best time to arrive at the airport, please consult the online tool on our website: https://www.brusselsairport.be/en/passengers/slot-advice   

 

Brussels Airport regrets the inconvenience this action causes to its passengers.  

 

 

Press Office
Brussels Airport Company
T +32 (0)2 753 53 53

 

 

2022-06-10

Brussels Airport invests 70 million euros to further modernise its cargo zone

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Brussels Airport invests 70 million euros to further modernise its cargo zone 

 

Brussels Airport's cargo zone has been developing steadily in recent years. To meet the growing demand for storage and handling space, and given the need to modernize several buildings, Brussels Airport will invest 70 million euros over the next three years to redevelop a large area located in the heart of the cargo activities. The works in this zone will start later this week.     

 

 

Please find the link to the press release in English.

 

Brussels Airport Company – Press Office – 02 753 53 53

 


2022-05-30

[BX1] Brussels Airport veut moins de vols court-courriers et une ligne ferroviaire à grande vitesse jusqu’à l’aéroport



Brussels Airport veut moins de vols court-courriers et une ligne ferroviaire à grande vitesse jusqu'à l'aéroport


L'aéroport souhaite mettre en place une nouvelle stratégie pour réduire les pertes essuyées suite à la pandémie de Covid-19. La pandémie de coronavirus a fait perdre à Brussels Airport Company, l'exploitant de l'aéroport de Zaventem, 240 millions d'euros au cours des deux dernières années. Avec une nouvelle stratégie, "Shift 2027", l'entreprise espère sortir du rouge … lire plus


[Brussels Airport] Brussels Airport focuses on further strengthening its position as a hub, sustainability and diversification with SHIFT 2027

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Brussels Airport focuses on further strengthening its position as a hub, sustainability and diversification with SHIFT 2027 

 

After two difficult crisis years, Brussels Airport is starting a new chapter with a new strategy for the coming five years. A strategy focusing on clear priorities and addressing the challenges of today. With SHIFT 2027, and the tag line "Wider horizons, sustainable ambitions", Brussels Airport Company wants to further strengthen its position as a major European hub, ambitiously focus on sustainability and diversify its activities, with a clear commitment to innovation and partnership. 

 

Please find hereafter the link to the press release in English.

 

 

Press Office
Brussels Airport Company
T +32 (0)2 753 53 53

 

2022-05-19

[Brussels airport] Invitation: Stargate EU Green Deal newsletter

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Stargate is getting up to speed...
get aboard!

 

Since the launch of the Stargate project for greener aviation in November 2021, the 22 partners of the consortium have been working hard to get started with the various innovative solutions Stargate will deploy over the coming five years.

Curious to find out how we pursue the greener aviation of the future? Check out
our new website and subscribe to our newsletter for more information!

 

 

  • Quarterly newsletter by e-mail
  • You can unsubscribe at any time

 

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement GA101037053

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Brussels Airport Company
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2022-05-06

[AVIATION24.BE] Air Transat resumes operations out of Belgium, utilising the Airbus A321neoLR to Montreal

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[Brussels Airport] 1.200 vacatures op Brussels Airport - 1 200 emplois à Brussels Airport

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1.200 vacatures op Brussels Airport

Aviato lanceert een grootschalige aanwervingscampagne

 

Zaventem 29 april 2022 – Aviato, het tewerkstellingscentrum van Brussels Airport, lanceert een nieuwe aanwervingscampagne voor Brussels Airport om de meer dan duizend jobs op de luchthaven te helpen invullen en de huidige teams op het gebied van passagiers- en bagageafhandeling alsook de logistiek te versterken. Op Brussels Airport, de tweede economische pool van het land, zijn er momenteel meer dan 1.200 openstaande jobs. Werkzoekenden, studenten, nieuwkomers en iedereen die op zoek is naar een nieuwe uitdaging is dan ook meer dan welkom om zich kandidaat te stellen.

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1 200 emplois à Brussels Airport

Aviato lance une campagne de recrutement à grande échelle

 

Zaventem 29 avril 2022 - Aviato, la maison de l'emploi de Brussels Airport, lance une nouvelle campagne de recrutement pour Brussels Airport afin de pourvoir plus d'un millier d'emplois à l'aéroport et de renforcer les équipes actuelles dans la gestion des passagers et le traitement des bagages ainsi que dans la logistique. À Brussels Airport, deuxième pôle économique du pays, il y a actuellement plus de 1 200 emplois vacants. Les demandeurs d'emploi, les étudiants, les nouveaux arrivants et toute personne à la recherche d'un nouveau défi sont les bienvenus.

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2022-01-16

[Brussels Airport] 9.4 million passengers at Brussels Airport in 2021 - Record growth for cargo

brussels airport_baseline_Q.tifFrom: brusselsairport.be
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2022 at 10:21
Subject: 9.4 million passengers at Brussels Airport in 2021 - Record 

  9.4 million passengers at Brussels Airport in 2021, 39% more than in 2020, 36% of 2019 

Record growth for cargo with an increase in volumes of 30% compared to 2020, best result in 15 years 

 

In 2021, Brussels Airport welcomed almost 9.4 million passengers, that is 39% more than in the crisis year 2020, but a decline of 64% compared to 2019. Especially in the first half of the year the passenger figures were heavily impacted by the Covid crisis and the travel restrictions, the number of passengers began to rise again from the summer onward. The cargo division of Brussels Airport performed exceptionally well in the past year; there was a strong growth in all cargo segments and Brussels Airport is the most important European hub for vaccine transport, with more than 800 million Covid-vaccines handled since November 2020. The total cargo volume rose to 843,000 tonnes, an increase of no less than 30% compared to 2020. 

 

Please the link to the press release in English.

 

Press Office
Brussels Airport Company
T +32 (0)2 753 53 53

 

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Nathalie Pierard
Spokesperson & Media Relations Manager
Brussels Airport Company
Tel +32 2 753 43 08
Mobile +32 478 33 05 16

2021-12-05

[Brussels Airport] 1 year of vaccine shipments to and from Brussels Airport: 750 million vaccines handled

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1 year of vaccine shipments to and from Brussels Airport: 750 million vaccines handled

 

Since the worldwide first vaccine flight that took off from Brussels Airport on 27 November 2020, more than 750 million vaccines have been shipped through the airport. Thanks to the expertise built up over many years and the specialised infrastructure, Brussels Airport is the most important European hub for vaccine shipments, with daily flights to more than 60 destinations worldwide.

 

Please find the link to the press release in English.

 

Press Office
Brussels Airport Company
T +32 (0)2 753 53 53

2021-11-13

[Brussels Airport ] Brussels Airport welcomed more than 1.3 million passengers in October, cargo continues to grow with a 19% increase in volumes

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Brussels Airport welcomed more than 1.3 million passengers in October, cargo continues to grow with a 19% increase in volumes

 

The month of October at Brussels Airport mirrored the month of September with more than 1.3 million passengers handled, 57% of the pre-crisis volumes and the best percentage this year. Cargo continues to grow, with a 19% increase in volumes in October compared to October 2020.  

 Please find attached the link to the press release in English.

 

Brussels Airport Company – Communication & Marketing – Press Office 02 753 53 53

 






2021-11-02

[Brussels airport] Emergency exercise at Brussels Airport

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Emergency exercise at Brussels Airport 

 

On Saturday 23 October, Brussels Airport hosted a large-scale emergency exercise. The exercise was overseen by the Governor of the Province of Flemish Brabant and is part of the provincial disaster plan. It meets the safety requirements of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), which every international European airport must satisfy. Some 300 people participated.  

 

Please find hereafter the link to the press release in English

 

Brussels Airport Company – Communication & Marketing – Press Office 02 753 53 53


2021-11-01

[Brussels Airport] AFLAS Awards: Brussels Airport wins the award for “Best Airport in Europe”

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AFLAS Awards: Brussels Airport wins the award for "Best Airport in Europe" 

 

We are proud to announce that Brussels Airport won the Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) award for "Best Airport in Europe"!  

 

The AFLAS awards are presented annually by Asia Cargo News, the trade magazine for the logistics industry and suppliers in the Asia-Pacific region. With the AFLAS awards, they aim to reward airports, seaports and other logistics players for outstanding performance within their sector.  Brussels Airport was nominated in the category 'Best Airport - Europe', the other nominees were Schiphol, Frankfurt and Paris CDG. This award is a great honour and recognition for our Brussels Airport cargo team and the entire cargo community.  

 

"In the past years Brussels Airport has invested a lot in services, facilities and its local cargo community to further improve the cargo experience for airlines, shippers and freight forwarders. During the Covid-crisis we were proud to be the first airport worldwide to transport vaccines, and our cargo operations keep showing growth month after month. With a focus on digitisation and innovation we continue to develop our cargo zone and operations, with the Digital Green Lane as a great example of the benefits of digital cargo processes. We are grateful that our efforts are rewarded with this award, a prize we share with our entire community." says Geert Aerts, Director Cargo & Logistics at Brussels Airport. 

 

 

Press Office
Brussels Airport Company
T +32 (0)2 753 53 53

 


2021-10-17

[Brussels Airport] Taking off at Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines will fly the Belgian Red Devils to the World Cup in Qatar

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Brussels Airlines official airline of the Belgian Red Devils and Belgian Red Flames

Brussels Airlines will fly the Belgian Red Devils to the World Cup in Qatar, taking off at Brussels Airport

 

Brussels Airlines and the Royal Belgian Football Association (RFBA) have renewed their partnership, confirming that Brussels Airlines will be the official airline of both the Belgian Red Devils and the Red Flames for the coming three years, departing from Brussels Airport. Brussels Airlines and Brussels Airport will do their utmost to ensure a safe and efficient transport to the international matches and tournaments of both teams.

Please find here the link to the press releases in English.

Brussels Airport Company – Communication & Marketing – Press Office

 

2021-10-08

[Aerobuzz] 400 postes à pourvoir à Brussels Airport

400 postes à pourvoir à Brussels Airport

Le 19 octobre 2021, Aviato, la maison de l'emploi de Brussels Airport, organisera le plus grand salon belge de l'emploi dans le secteur aéroportuaire. Brussels Airport est le deuxième pôle économique de la Belgique.

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2021-09-09

[Brussels Airport] Nearly 1.5 million passengers at Brussels Airport in August, a total of 2.7 million passengers during the summer holidays

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Date: Thu, 9 Sept 2021 at 10:13



Nearly 1.5 million passengers at Brussels Airport in August,  

a total of 2.7 million passengers during the summer holidays 

Air cargo continues its strong growth with 34% growth in volumes compared to last year 

 

After an already busier July, the passenger numbers rose in the month of August to 56% of the passenger number of August 2019. No fewer than 1,469,406 million passengers travelled via Brussels Airport. In addition to the holiday season, the weather in Belgium also played a role in the demand for sun destinations. Air freight continues to grow strongly month after month, with an increase of 34% in volumes compared to August 2020.  

 

Please find attached the press release in English.

 

Brussels Airport Company – Communication & Marketing – Press Office 02 753 53 53

 


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