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Study Railway Transport 2022

Rail transport

In 2022, the Belgian Regulatory body has realized a poll about the rail market evolution and the service facilities in Belgium. Twelve railway undertakings and one applicant non-RU have replied to this poll which was completed by some individual interviews. The outcome of this poll has been summarized in a report which can be found […]

Market

Communiqué C-2022-02-LA regarding the possible change in airport charges for the regulated period from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2028 as a result of changes to the Brussels Airport Fuel & Oil policy.

Airport

In December 2022, the Regulatory Body has issued a communiqué regarding the fact that BAC could not proceed with the allocation of a European tender for the operation of the fuel infrastructure and the possible impact of this on airport charges for the next regulated period.Since then the operator has informed the sector that the […]

Communiqué

Decision D-2022-04-LA regarding the tariff system and formula for tariff control for the regulated period from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2028, as finally proposed by Brussels Airport Company

Airport

On December 9, 2022, the Regulatory Body issued a decision on two petitions from different airlines against the final tariff proposal of Brussels Airport for the regulated period from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2028.The main adjustments demanded of the airport operator by the Regulatory Body relate to the traffic forecast, the WACC, the […]

Decisions

Market Monitor Railway transport freight 2021

Rail transport

The Regulatory Body monitors and studies the evolutions and market developments of the railway sector in Belgium. We have issued our latest Market Monitoring Report with the evolutions and developments in the rail freight market for the year 2021.

Market

Market Monitor Passenger Rail 2021

Rail transport

The Regulatory Body monitors and studies the evolutions and market developments of the railway sector in Belgium. We have published the 2021 Market Monitoring Report with evolutions and market developments in the rail passengers market.

Market

Market Monitor Brussels Airport 2021

Airport

The Regulatory Body monitors and studies the evolutions and market developments of the airport sector in Belgium, in particular Brussels Airport. The latest Market Monitoring Report with evolutions and market developments in the airport sector for the year 2021 can be found here.

Market

Opinion A-2022-03-C concerning the draft network statement for the period from 10 December 2023 to 14 December 2024

Rail transportService facilities

The Regulatory Body has issued an opinion on the draft network statement for 2024 (in Dutch and French). In that opinion, the Regulatory Body recommends that Infrabel, notably: clarify or provide more details on a series of points; be more proactive to conform to its obligation to cooperate with the service facilities operators to offer […]

News

Decision D-2022-02-L on the entry into force of the change in airport charges at Brussels Airport for the regulated period from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2028

Airport

On July 4th 2022, the Regulatory Body issued made a provisional decision on the airport charges that license holder Brussels Airport Company intends to change from 1 April 2023. The Regulatory Body is of the opinion that there is no risk that its final decision on the proposed charges adaptation will be too late, i.e. […]

Decisions

Notification new passenger transport service

On July the forth 2022, the Regulatory Body received a notification from the “European Sleeper Coöperatie“ for a new passenger transport service for the Amsterdam/Barcelona and Barcelona/Amsterdam routes. This notification relates to access to the Belgian railway network and is part of the information obligation provided for in both Belgian and European regulations.

News

Monitoring mission regarding conflicts of interest at the infrastructure Manager

The Regulatory Body has launched a monitoring mission order to verify if the infrastructure manager complies with the rules regarding the absence of conflict of interest. After investigation, the Regulatory Body concluded that the infrastructure manager complies with this regulation. This decision can be found here (French and Dutch only).

Decisions

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