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Renovation works commence on runway 01/19 at Brussels Airport

Tuesday 26 July will see the start of major renovation works on runway 01/19 at Brussels Airport. The asphalt surface layers will be completely...

Flybe’s new route to Rennes takes off from London City Airport

Europe’s largest regional airline now flying from the heart of London to Brittany’s capital six times a week Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has today...

Hot weather at Brussels Airport: showers on the tarmac!

It’s hot out there! Also at the airport, especially on tarmac. Because, as you may well know, temperatures are always at least 5 degrees...

Antwerp aviation company organises first commercial flight to Saint Helena

The Aviation Factory brings the first three tourists by plane to the 'island of Napoleon' Saint Helena is a small island located in the middle...

Tehran, Riyadh and Windhoek: Three new appealing destinations from Munich

Whether you’re on a culture, business or wildlife-trip: Munich Airport passengers can now profit from three new appealing connections to Tehran, Riyadh and Windhoek. Lufthansa...

Passenger numbers up 13% in first six months at Dublin Airport

1.5 Million Extra Passengers Welcomed Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport increased by 13% to just over 13 million during the first six months of the...

Attempted military coup in Turkey: Istanbul Ataturk airport closed

All flights in and out of Istanbul cancelled Many incoming flights are diverted or return to their base. Turkish Airlines flight did continue to land...

How Brussels Airport runway 01/19 will be renovated from July to September

Which works are we going to carry out? Brussels Airport is planning major renovation works on runway 01/19 from 26 July to 25 September 2016....

Bordeaux Airport: An ambitious modernisation plan for Halls A & B and new access points planned for 2019/2020

Bordeaux Airport Monitoring Committee adopted a dual construction project today, for the building of a junction terminal between Halls A & B, and the...

15.2 million passengers in Berlin in the first six months of the year, Schönefeld continues to display strong growth

Passenger figures have continued to rise in Berlin: in the first six months of the year passenger numbers rose by 11 per...

Entrance at arrival level of Brussels Airport reopened for visitors

From Thursday 14 July, visitors to Brussels Airport can once again enter the arrival hall directly. In common with the departure hall and the...

New records for passenger traffic and airfreight at Munich Airport

Munich Airport remains on track for stable growth in 2016 Gains were posted in all traffic segments in the first half of 2016: The nearly...

More than 2 million passengers at Brussels Airport in June (-6.8%)

Brussels Airport welcomed more than 2 million passengers in June, 6.8% less than in June last year. Passenger traffic is still feeling the impact...

610,398 passengers travelled through Charleroi in June (+2%)

June 2016 ended with improved results at Brussels South Charleroi Airport. During the sixth month of the year, 610,398 passengers crossed the tarmac at...

Traffic jams to Brussels Airport, day 2

For the second day in a row, huge traffic jams are blocking the access road (A201) to Brussels Airport. Passengers are urged to use the...

London City Airport’s guide helps international visitors understand what Brits say during summer versus what they actually mean

The airport de-mystifies 14 statements and phrases visitors might hear on British shores and helps British holidaymakers to Europe learn the lingo Brits are renowned...

80th anniversary of Frankfurt Airport: From a grass airstrip to a global aviation hub

One of the Busiest Aviation Hubs in the World, Frankfurt Airport Today Serves More than 60 Million Passengers a Year – The Airport Provides...

Gatwick Airport officially recognised as the European airport with the most new long haul routes

Gatwick wins ‘European airport with the most new long haul routes’ award 6 million Gatwick passengers flew to a long haul destination last...

Partnership between Brussels Airport and Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management

Brussels Airport Company and Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management have entered into a partnership with a view to fostering exchanges between them....

AEA deeply shocked by the Ataturk Airport attacks

The Association of European Airlines expressed its deep shock at the attacks on innocent people at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport. “Our thoughts are with the...