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.
Romania's Cluj-Napoca has become the second airport – after Liège – to be considered for a high-speed rail station.
A €2.2 million study is to investigate the creation of a rail and road cargo link at Liège Airport in Belgium.
Liege Airport in Belgium has signed an agreement with China’s Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport, in a bid to expand cargo operations.