Brussels Airport will invest €460 million to expand and upgrade its facilities over the next five years, but it will not construct a low-cost terminal, the airport operator revealed last month. The project for a terminal dedicated to no-frills airlines was launched by the former CEO as part of an effort to counter the growing success of nearby Brussels South Charleroi, a thriving Ryanair base. CRL, which opened for commercial operations only in 1991, handled 5.2 million passengers ...

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