3,758,289 passengers recorded at Brussels South Charleroi Airport in 2021 (+47% vs 2020, -54% vs 2019)

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Today, Brussels South Charleroi Airport publishes its figures for December 2021 and looks back at the last year.

Monthly report
December 2021

 

Passengers 2021 2020 2019 2020 vs 2021 2019 vs 2021
Departures 239,910 72,142 322,283 233% -26%
Arrivals 199,955 52,417 298,969 281% -33%
Total 439,865 124,559 621,252 253% -29%
Flights 2021 2020 2019 2020 vs 2021 2019 vs 2021
Departures 1,964 774 2,125 154% -8%
Arrivals 1,969 768 2,127 156% -7%
Total 3,933 1,542 4,252 155% -8%

 

 

Annual Report
Overview: January – December 2021

 

Passengers 2021 2020 2019 2020 vs 2021 2019 vs 2021
Departures 1,880,048 1,260,701 4,114,167 49% -54%
Arrivals 1,878,241 1,297,345 4,110,029 45% -54%
Total 3,758,289 2,558,046 8,224,196 47% -54%
Flights 2021 2020 2019 2020 vs 2021 2019 vs 2021
Departures 17,215 13,060 28,789 32% -40%
Arrivals 17,212 13,027 28,761 32% -40%
Total 34,427 26,087 57,550 32% -40%

 

In December, the top 5 destination countries were Italy, Spain, France, Romania and Poland.

Across the year, the Mediterranean filled the top four slots in the ranking with Spain, Italy, France and Morocco. Romania comes in as the 5th most popular country for travellers flying from Brussels South Charleroi Airport.

In 2021, 23 direct routes were launched from BrusselsCharleroi Airport:

BrusselsCharleroi Figari SudCorse Airport (Corsica, France)
Air Corsica
Since 22 May 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi FranjoTuđman Airport, Zagreb (Croatia)
Ryanair
Since 2 June 2021 4 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Sarajevo International Airport (BosniaHerzegovina)
Wizz Air
Since 14 June 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari (Kosovo)
Eurowings
Since 26 June 2021 1 flight/week

BrusselsCharleroi Heraklion Airport, Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport (Greece)
Ryanair
Since 1 July 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Zakynthos International Airport Dionysios Solomos (Greece)
Ryanair
Since 1 July 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Santorini Airport (Greece)
Ryanair
Since 1 July 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi StockholmArlanda Airport (Sweden)
Ryanair
Since 31 October 2021 4 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi EssaouiraMogador Airport (Morocco)
Ryanair
Since 31 October 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi TrapaniBirgi Vincenzo Florio Airport (Sicily, Italy)
Ryanair
Since 31 October 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Trieste Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport (Italy)
Ryanair
Since 31 October 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi TarbesLourdesPyrénées International Airport (France)
Ryanair
Since 31 October 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Billund Airport (Denmark)
Ryanair
Since 1 November 2021 3 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Suceava Ștefan cel Mare International Airport (Romania)
Ryanair
Since 1 November 2021 2 flights/week
Wizz Air Since 4 December 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Poznań Henryk Wieniawski Airport (Poland)
Ryanair Since 1 November 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Tetouan Sania R’mel Airport (Morocco)
Ryanair
Since 1 November 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Sibiu International Airport (Romania)
Ryanair
Since 1 November 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Paphos International Airport (Cyprus)
Ryanair
Since 2 November 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi HelsinkiVantaa International Airport (Finland)
Ryanair
Since 2 November 2021 3 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi GenoaChristopher Columbus Airport (Italy)
Ryanair
Since 2 November 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Debrecen International Airport (Hungary)
Wizz Air
Since 14 December 2021 2 flights/week

BrusselsCharleroi Kyiv Zhuliany International Airport (Ukraine)
Wizz Air
Since 19 December 2021 2 flights/week

Seven new routes have already been announced by the airlines operating at Brussels South Charleroi Airport for 2022:

BrusselsCharleroi Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (Ukraine)
Wizz Air
From 27 March 2022 2 flights/week Wednesday, Sunday

BrusselsCharleroi Liverpool John Lennon Airport (United Kingdom)
Ryanair
From 27 March 2022 2 flights/week Thursday, Sunday

BrusselsCharleroi Brive Airport, Dordogne Valley (France)
Ryanair
From 28 March 2022 2 flights/week Monday, Friday

BrusselsCharleroi CataniaFontanarossa Airport (Sicily, Italy)
Ryanair
From 29 March 2022 2 flights/week Tuesday, Saturday

BrusselsCharleroi Kaunas Airport (Lithuania)
Ryanair
From 29 March 2022 2 flights/week Tuesday, Saturday

BrusselsCharleroi Menorca Airport (Balearics, Spain)
Ryanair
From 29 March 2022 2 flights/week Tuesday, Saturday

BrusselsCharleroi Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport Madeira (Portugal)
Ryanair
From 31 March 2022 2 flights/week Thursday, Sunday

Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer de Brussels South Charleroi Airport, explains: “2021 was a complex year for international passenger traffic. The industry recorded heavy losses. At Brussels South Charleroi Airport, we ended the year with 3,758,289 passengers, a drop of 54% compared with 2019 results (reference year 8,224,196 passengers recorded). In spite of the challenges we have faced, 23 new routes have been added to the destinations available from BrusselsCharleroi. There are still lots of challenges ahead of us in 2022, but thanks to everyone’s hard work over the past year, seven more routes have already been announced. We can only hope that, thanks to the excellent work by all of our colleagues, the departure network available from our tarmac can grow even more and expand the range of destinations available to travellers.

Charleroi, 14 January 2022

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