“All these developments are designed to support business growth and to supply a quality of service adapted to the demands of cargo companies and logistics businesses working on the site.” Liege Airport is Belgium’s largest cargo airport and the seventh largest cargo airport in Europe. Unfortunately, it reported a 10 percent decrease in cargo traffic during January, not long after reporting a record year in 2011. In the first month of 2012, just over 48,000 tonnes of freight were transported through 54
“The airport site as a whole has become an economic village, open for business 24/7, and more than 75 businesses are already located there”
Liege Airport compared with the 53,600 tonnes recorded in January 2011: representing a decline of 9.9 percent. The airport remains upbeat and said the results demonstrate how the global economic crisis was affecting air cargo traffic in general. “In 2012, more than 11 million euros of investments have been planned to improve the range of cargo services available here and we believe commercial prospects are good,” Delcourt concludes. To learn more about the Airport and its range of cargo services visit www.liegeairport.com.
Published on Apr 17, 2012