Europe’s airports enjoyed a robust 2017 in air cargo, despite setbacks which saw two lose traffic.
Brussels Airport reported this morning it saw volumes rise 8.3% last year, with belly cargo up an impressive 13.8%. Freighters, however, were up just 3%, but that followed 15% growth in 2016.
The airport also faced noise restrictions, which led to some airlines leaving. Volumes rose to a still-modest 535,634 tonnes.
“Despite some noise issues we had in Q2, we …
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