5 April 2016

Une centaine de vols seront opérés par trois compagnies à Brussels Airport
La reprise progressive de l'activité à Brussels Airport se confirme, après la réouverture dimanche de l'aéroport de Zaventem où un attentat-suicide a été perpétré le 22 mars dans le hall des départs. Une centaine de vols seront assurés mardi par les compagnies belge Brussels Airlines, irlandaise Aer Lingus et roumaine Tarom.
Source:                    Le Vif
DFWC report highlights importance of travel retail to wider European economy
The Duty Free World Council (DFWC) has released a detailed report highlighting the direct contribution duty free and travel retail makes to Europe's economy, GDP and employment levels. The report is described by DFWC President Frank O'Connell as the "first real analysis" of travel retail's wider impact on the economy and the first to try to quantify its social impact, "an area hugely neglected over the years". 
Source:                   The Moodie Davitt Report
London City Airport enables £11 billion of European trade
As the planning public inquiry on London City Airport expansion closes and the airport records its busiest ever single day, a new Oxford Economics report shows that 5% of all UK exports to key European markets are associated with LCY trips.
Source:                    Airport World
Kraków Airport is under spiritual guidance
Kraków's John Paul II International Airport has gained from Poland's accession to the European Union and is now firmly established as the country's second largest gateway.
Source:                    Routesonline
Lux-Airport announces record passenger growth, carpark works
In the first quarter, passengers totalled nearly 580,000 (+22.2%), according to the Tuesday press release. In March alone, the figure of passengers reached almost 230,000--the first time ever that the 200,000 barrier was exceeded in March. 
Source:                   Luxemburger Wort