Belgium became increasingly well connected via air towards the end of the review period, with this helping to boost airlines’ turnover. Air France for example opened a new route between Brussels and Rennes in France, while Ryanair opened a new route from Charleroi to Beziers in France.
Past and future investment in airports will continue to support an increase in capacity, smoother processes and improved security for passengers. In 2018, Brussels Airport inaugurated a new extended free drop-off area and Charleroi Airport opened new parking near the airport.
Low cost carriers continue to expand and are increasingly popular in Belgium. The development of Charleroi – Brussels South Airport was the main driver of this growth.
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