Increase in passenger numbers at Brussels South Charleroi Airport : 3% rise recorded for the first half of the year, 6% in June

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Brussels South Charleroi Airport has enjoyed a new increase in passenger numbers. In June 2019, 757,525 travellers crossed the tarmac at BSCA, representing a 6% increase compared with results for June 2018 (when 715,629 passengers were recorded). At the end of the first half of the year, passenger results have seen a 3% rise. 3,933,159 passengers have chosen Brussels South Charleroi Airport since January 2019, compared with 3,831,965 during the first six months of 2018. These results are in line with the expected results for the airport, which continues to grow in 2019.

Both for the first six months and in June 2019, Italy attracted the most travellers from/to Brussels South Charleroi Airport. It is followed by Spain and France. The top 5 most popular destinations in June, as well as for the first six months, were;

JUNE 2019 1st SIX MONTHS 2019
1 Italy Italy
2 Spain Spain
3 France France
4 Morocco Morocco
5 Romania Poland

 

Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport explains: “The first half of the year is ending on a positive note for Brussels South Charleroi Airport. We are very pleased with these results. They are in line with our forecasts and consolidate our position as the country’s number two airport in terms of passenger traffic. The second half of the year has plenty of exciting news in-store as well. Starting in September, Wizz Air will be launching a new route to Georgia (Kutaisi). As of October, Ryanair will start flying to Tel Aviv and Laudamotion will be coming to BSCA, launching a regular route to the capital of Austria, Vienna. Lastly, we are very excited about Air Belgium’s announcement that they will be opening the door to transatlantic destinations from our airport with two new routes: Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) and Fort-de-France (Martinique).”

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