The Regulatory body has studied the different evolutions and developments of air activities through Brussels Airport. The analysis also included the competition with other airports on the one hand and between airlines on the other. The complete market monitoring report for 2018 is available here.
In the framework of a change of stockholders at Brussels Airport Company, the Regulatory Body issued on 13rd November 2019 a decision confirming the automatic renewal of the operating licence of Brussels Airport. This decision can be found here (in French only).
Complaints relating to Brussels Airport Company’s compliance with the conditions of use of the airport
On 5 April 2019, the Regulatory Body issued a decision on a number of complaints received about Brussels Airport Company’s compliance with the conditions of use of the airport. The Regulatory Service has no power to process those complaints and thus declared them inadmissible. (Available in French only).
On 27 February, the Dutch state announced that it had purchased a 14% stake in Air France-KLM. France already held a 14.3% share in the airline. In its declaration to AMF (the French Financial Markets Authority), the Dutch state declared that it was not planning to buy more shares or to take control of the […]
The Regulatory Body is a member of the Thessaloniki Forum, a European working group which unites all European economic regulators in charge of airports. In 2018, the Thessaloniki Forum adopted two new papers: “Non-discrimination under the Airport Charges Directive” and “The use of selective criteria in the Economic regulation of airports”. The text of these […]