Brussels Airport is growing rapidly. In 2018, the national airport reached a new all-time high, surpassing 25 million passengers for the first time in its history. The airport management does not intend to stop there and is currently working on a strategic development plan for 2040.
Interparking is an important player in the growth of the airport, with already more than 12,000 parking spaces on the site. To absorb the new passenger flows, it will soon start work on the extension of the P3 car park, which will increase the capacity by 2,100 additional spaces. Hence it will be able to meet the demand by proposing various solutions adapted to the length of the stay and the budget of the travellers.
The work will begin just before the Easter holidays and should be completed by the end of 2020.