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The government is investigating the possibility that agents of the Chinese government are operating out of Liege airport, according to federal justice minister Vincent Van Quickenborne (Open VLD).

https://www.brusselstimes.com/news/belg ... e-airport/

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SR20 wrote: 07 May 2021, 11:40 The government is investigating the possibility that agents of the Chinese government are operating out of Liege airport, according to federal justice minister Vincent Van Quickenborne (Open VLD).

https://www.brusselstimes.com/news/belg ... e-airport/
This should not be a surprise. It's the horse of Troje which is hard to get rid of after. Everything for a reason. Don't think they come to LGG bcs they like you....

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... and the minkster replied :
The chineese own 90% of the port of zeebrugge, we can suppose its full of spies and active measures are taken every day ?

Good belgian joke.
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Acid-drop wrote: 07 May 2021, 19:41 ... and the minkster replied :
The chineese own 90% of the port of zeebrugge, we can suppose its full of spies and active measures are taken every day ?

Good belgian joke.
Of course, no surprise either. Why do you think that Chinese invest so much in foreign seaports, airports, highways, railways? To bring telecom everywhere why their own phone brands. To take over foreign telecom? This is just to check and control everything from a certain moment. If you see this as a Belgian joke, hmmm, open your eyes my friend.
Hmm, to give you another example. A huge building next to the European Parliament in Brussels was bought and reconstructed by a Chinese company. The intelligence after discovered that it was full of electronic to spy the parliament...

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China refutes Belgian politician’s ‘baseless’ claim about Chinese spies gaining access to Alibaba’s logistics hub at Liege Airport
  • China’s embassy in Belgium refuted the “baseless allegations” by a local politician about Alibaba’s logistics hub giving access to Chinese spies
  • China’s government never demands Chinese companies to conduct any activity that breaches local laws and regulations, the embassy said
If the Chinese say so...
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Hong Kong Air Cargo has received approval from the ATLA to operate scheduled cargo flights to nine new routes, including Chennai, Tokyo, Manila, Jakarta, Delhi, Sydney, Melbourne, Liege, and Milan as scheduled service destinations.
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Cma cgm : CARGO FLIGHTS FREQUENCY
LGG - DXB 2 flights/week
LGG - BEY - IST - LGG* 2 flights/week
LGG - ORD - LGG 6 flights/week
LGG - JFK - LGG 3 flights/week
LGG - ATL - LGG 3 flights/week
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This article confirms LGG is too busy to handle many Qatar flights
https://www.cargoforwarder.eu/2021/05/2 ... -new-york/

Any idea of the changes required to handle more flights?
Physical ? Personel ?
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All news should be mentioned in the forum i guess
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/emir ... -to-tokyo/
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alibaba hub in the foreground
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Acid-drop wrote: 19 Jul 2021, 14:19 alibaba hub in the foreground
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Only the 1st stage of the project !
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