BRUSSELS AIRPORT redevelops cargo facilities
Brussels Airport is redeveloping part of its cargo area in a sustainable manner. Between 2022 and 2025, eight end-of-life buildings will be demolished in the Brussels Airport cargo zone and three new logistics buildings, including office facilities and a parking tower, will be developed. The new buildings will be future-ready, meeting the net-zero carbon ambitions of the airport. The mobility layout will be revised to ensure smooth traffic flow thorough renovation of existing roads and improved modal split. Demolition work on the eight buildings will commence in June 2022, while construction work may begin by the end of 2023. Construction is scheduled to be completed by 2025.