Brussels Airlines will put aside €2million to cover the possible fines imposed by the Brussels Region


On the inauguration flight from Brussels to Mumbai, Brussels Airlines’ CEO Bernard Gustin told the Belgian journalists who were present that the airline will put aside €2million to cover the possible fines imposed by the Brussels Region.

The possible fines due to the stringent Brussels Region noise regulations will only be collected in two years, yet the Brussels Airlines CEO is cautious.

If those fines have to be paid, it’s an additional cost of €2million for Brussels Airlines, which we certainly do not need.

Brussels Airport told Belgian VRT Nieuws that other airlines also take into account the possible future fines.

Last Monday on the inauguration flight between Brussels and Mumbai, from left to right: Bernard Gustin (CEO Brussels Airlines), Arnaud Feist (CEO Brussels Airport), Pieter De Crem (Secretary of State for Foreign Trade)


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