Brussels Airport Expects 850,000 Passengers During Busy Period

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Brussels Airport has this week revealed that they expect 850,000 passengers during the busy festive period.

The airport believes that passengers will be seeking sunny and snowy landscapes, as well as hotter climates as well.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Brussels Airport Expects 850,000 Passengers During Busy Period…


Photo Credit: Brussels Airport.

In a statement, the airport said the following on such passenger expectations:

“The Christmas break will again be buzzing and busy in terms of passenger numbers. More than 850,000 passengers are expected at Brussels Airport, between Friday 22 December and Sunday 7 January, an increase of 3% compared to 2022.”

“Friday December 22 will be the busiest day of the holidays with nearly 60,000 passengers in total, of which just over 32,000 departing passengers.”

“There is an extensive offer with 135 destinations around the world including a few new destinations such as Amman (Royal Jordanian) and Jeddah (Flynas).”

“More capacity is also foreseen towards Doha (Qatar Airways), Abu Dhabi (Etihad Airways), as well as to Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria (TUI fly).”

“With destinations such as Egypt, Cape Verde Islands, Gambia, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Mexico, those in need of sunshine can count on a wide range of options.”

“And for those who prefer snow, flights are offered to Innsbruck and Salzburg in Austria and Kittila and Kuusamo in Finland.”

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how Brussels Airport performs during this busy period, as well as how their 2024 and beyond will begin moving forward.

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