Ryanair signed an agreement committing it to help develop Brussels Charleroi Airport through 2016. It will base a fourth aircraft there and launch service to Faro, Nimes, Malaga, Salzburg and Valencia from April, bringing the total number of routes it operates from Charleroi to 16. The five new routes will deliver another 250,000 passengers per year and increase Ryanair's annual traffic at CRL to 2.3 million. The airport recently announced plans to open a new terminal in 2007 able to ...

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