Brussels Airport

First SAF flight completed from Brussels Airport

By Damian Brett

The first flight of an aircraft powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) supplied by pipeline at Brussels Airport took off…

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Cool Chain Association membership grows

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The Cool Chain Association (CCA) has added four members and appointed a new treasurer. CCA has welcomed Brussels Airport, Boeing,…

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Edmonton and CargoAi scoop Tiaca sustainability awards

By Damian Brett

As this year’s Tiaca Air Cargo Forum drew to a close in Miami, the cross-sector airfreight organisation announced the winners…

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Herfurth Logistics gets new Brussels Airport business base

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Herfurth Logistics and its Brucargo airfreight division has taken occupancy of a new sustainably-built logistics building located in the cargo…

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Brussels cargo volumes remain ahead of pre-Covid volumes

By Megan Ramsay

Cargo throughput at Brussels Airport remains ahead of pre-pandemic 2019. Throughput at the airport totalled 65,358 tons in May, down…

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Brussels Airport invests in cargo infrastructure

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Brussels Airport will invest €70m to further modernise its cargo zone over the next three years in order to meet…

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Brussels Airport hits 1bn vaccine handling milestone

By Rebecca Jeffrey

One billion Covid-19 vaccines have passed through Brussels Airport since the first vaccine shipments from the pharma airfreight hub in…

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Brussels air cargo throughput soars in January

By Roger Hailey

A surge in freighter services and bellyhold cargo saw Brussels Airport overcome a drop in express shipments to handle 4%…

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dnata and Brussels Airport achieve CEIV certification

By Damian Brett

Ground handler dnata and Brussels Airport are celebrating the award of IATA CEIV Live Animal certification, while dnata has also…

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Brussels Airport airfreight climbs 30%

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Brussels Airport’s 2021 flown airfreight volumes rose 30.6% compared to 2020 to 668,000 tonnes, and 33% more than in 2019,…

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