Construction is already underway on roadway related infrastructure projects and major works are anticipated to begin on terminal by mid-year.
Further development will expand capacity of the airport from 55 to 70 million passengers and construction of a high-speed rail line connecting Barcelona-El Prat (BCN) and Gerona-Costa Brava (GRO).
Atlanta-Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) served more passengers and conducted more aircraft movements than any other airport in the world in 2017.
Air Belgium, the new Belgian airline, will be flying from Brussels South-Charleroi (CRL) for its direct flights between the heart of Europe, China and other Asian destinations.
VLM Airlines made its comeback yesterday on the legendary route between Antwerp Airport (ANR) and London-City Airport (LCY). One of VLM Airlines’ Fokker 50 took off from Antwerp to the British capital.
Brussels Airport (BRU) is investing over 52 million euros to equip its Pier B with new boarding bridges and offer greater comfort to passengers.
Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS) has chosen the design of KAAN Architecten for their new terminal. The new terminal will open in 2023 and will allow 14 million more passengers to travel through Schiphol annually.
SWISS became the first airline in the world to offer commercial flights with the Bombardier C Series aircraft to and from London City Airport.
The new south pier of Helsinki Airport (HEL) was opened for passengers and air traffic on July 10. The first flight from the south pier departed from gate 54 at 2:10 PM to New York, operated by Finnair.
Brussels Airport has launched the first phase of works to implement new technology for hold baggage screening. By the September 1, 2022, every airport in the European Union must screen hold baggage according to Baggage Screening Standard 3.