Fire breaks out at Liege Airport building

By Damian Brett

Liege Airport building 30 on fire (July 22, 2020)

A building at Liege Airport caught fire last night, resulting in some flights being diverted to other facilities.

An airport spokesperson said that the airport was closed for a around 20 minutes when a fire broke out at building 30 next to the main terminal at around 10pm last night.

While the airport was only closed for a short time, seven flights were diverted as a result.

The building is used by carrier Western Global and handler Aero Services.

No one was hurt as a result of the fire.

The spokesperson said that around half of the building was destroyed in the incident.

Aftermath of building 30 fire at Liege Airport

Aftermath of building 30 fire at Liege Airport

Aftermath of building 30 fire at Liege Airport

Aftermath of building 30 fire at Liege Airport

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest cargo airport news

Aeroterm selects Lödige for new JFK cargo facility

By Damian Brett

Aeroterm has selected Lödige Industries to install an automated cargo system at its new New York JFK facility operated by…

Read More

Share this story

Heathrow plans switch to weight-based cargo charge

By Damian Brett

Heathrow Airport is proposing to change the way it charges for cargo, including the introduction of a new weight-based system….

Read More

Share this story

Putzger perspective: Air cargo’s tricky navigation

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The industry’s return to normal has been postponed while we’re trying to establish what normal we are returning to. The…

Read More

Share this story