Regulatory Service for Railway Transport and for Brussels Airport Operations

Regulatory Service for Railway Transport and for Brussels Airport Operations

The Regulatory Service for Railway Transport and for Brussels Airport Operations is the economic regulator for the Belgian railway (the “supervising body” according to the legal terminology) and for the Brussels Airport operations (the “economic regulatory authority” according to the legal terminology).

 

Generally speaking, the Service has the following missions:

  • To supervise the market;
  • To guard the interests of the users and the general public interest;
  • To advise.
 
 

News

    Airport - complaint against tariff for 'bussing' / January 2016

    The Regulatory Body has received one complaint from an airline against the tariff for the bussing activity at Brussels Airport. An investigation has been launched.

    Railways - Advice concerning the railway code / January 2016

    The Regulatory Body transmitted its advice A-2016-01-S concerning the law of 30 August 2013 regarding the railway code to the minister of Mobility and to the Federal Public Service of Mobility....

Airport

The Regulatory Service has the following missions: 

  • Approval and follow-up of quality charters
  • Approval and folluw-up of airport charges
  • Approval and follow-up of a Service Level Agreement with ground handling companies
  • Supervision of the conclusion of a service level agreement with the Air Navigation Service Provider
  • Dictating the content of the terms of use of Brussels Airport

Railway

The Regulatory Service has the following missions
  • A mission to offer advice
  • A mission of monitoring
  • A mission concerning administrative handling of disputes
  • A mission concerning the handling of complaints