Twice the bill for cargo companies at Zaventem

8 December 2011

Due to a new formula for the calculation of the ‘Terminal Navigation Rates’, it appears that airlines and cargo companies at the airport in Zaventem are going to have to pay double the price. The passenger airlines will also have to pay more. The N-VA is afraid that those who are critical to the viability of Brussels Airport will go somewhere else. The price increase will probably mean that some of the large airlines will move their business to neighbouring airports such as Schiphol or Paris. This will have a negative effect on employment and the economic development of the airport. The N-VA is therefore also advocating that the new government takes responsibility and develops a sound tariff system so that people can keep their jobs and Zaventem airport remains economically healthy.

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