432,600 passengers at Charleroi Airport in February 2015 (+7%)

Now that February 2015 is behind us, Brussels South Charleroi Airport, the country’s most accessible and punctual airport, can announce its results. Nearly 432,600 passengers came through BSCA in February 2015, compared with 405,000 in 2014, representing a 7% rise. The load factor of planes also went up by 11% compared with the same period in 2014.

This means that the first two months of the year saw an increase of 6% in terms of the number of passengers welcomed at BSCA. So far this year, more than 867,000 passengers have travelled via BSCA, compared with 821,000 in 2014.

The most popular countries in February were Italy, Spain, Morocco, France and Poland.


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Jean-Jacques Cloquet, BSCA’s CEO, was keen to comment on these results: “We have seen a rise of 6% for the first two months of the year, with a load factor that is also increasing. This is testament to the benefits and advantages offered by our airport. Our airline partners are also continuing to offer high quality travel at very reasonable prices. They are also expanding their range of destinations from BSCA, and will soon be offering flights to Tlemcen, Constantine (Jetairfly), Gdansk (Wizz Air) and Copenhagen (Ryanair). The tour operator Thomas Cook will also be making a comeback for the summer 2015 season with two destinations, namely Izmir and Antalya. So passengers have the perfect excuse to come and enjoy their time at BSCA before taking off with our partners.


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