After a mixed year in 2013 due to the difficult global economic situation, freight transport saw a return to growth at Liege Airport in 2014.
Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and Liege Airport have signed an agreement to develop more business together.
The European Commission has adopted seven decisions in regards to public support granted to airports and airlines in Belgium, Germany, Italy and Sweden.
Specially kitted out fire trucks have been introduced at Brussels Airport to handle any potential blazes in the 2.1km Diabolo Tunnel.
Liege Airport claims that it is now Belgium’s leading cargo gateway and the eighth busiest cargo airport in Europe on the strength of the record 639,434 tonnes of freight to pass through its facilities in 2010.