Brussels South Charleroi Airport has opened its new Terminal 2, which was constructed in the space of just ten months. The expansion enables the airport to handle future growth “and accommodate passengers in greater comfort”, as Jean-Jacques Cloquet, CEO Brussels South Charleroi Airport, explains.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has announced the launch of its integrated plan to guide its anticipated growth over the next 20 years. Details of the €5.2 billion plan include expanded terminals, new taxiways, a geoexchange system and upgraded roads and bridges to Sea Island, which will help YVR support the estimated 35 million passengers expected to travel through YVR annually by 2037.
Following December’s launch of the plan to expand Copenhagen Airport at a cost of €270 million, CPH is now starting up two major projects worth €160 million – a new Pier E for aircraft and a doubling in size for the transit area in Terminal 2, the busiest passenger area.
Flughafen Wien is planning the construction of the new state-of-the-art Office Park 4, as it continues to grow the Airport City. The airport is also to expand its Air Cargo Center, while record passenger numbers of over 23 million were handled in 2016. Ross Falconer reports.
London Stansted Airport has published plans for a new £130 million arrivals building, which is designed to transform the passenger experience. It is the latest phase in Manchester Airports Group’s transformation programme to support Stansted’s future growth, and attract new passengers and airlines.