European airports are continuing to record bumper growth, with Brussels Airport Company (BAC) announcing a €100m-investment in new logistics facilities.
News of the investment broke on Friday, with the likes of Dnata, Kuehne + Nagel and Swissport reportedly in line to take space in the facility.
Chief executive of BAC Arnaud Feist said the investment was of “huge importance” to the country’s logistics plans and fell in line with the airport’s Strategic …
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