47,000 tons of cargo shipped at Brussels Airport


Cargo volume decreased by 12% compared to September last year.

Flown cargo volumes at Brussels Airport decreased by 12% in September to 46,827 tons. Global cargo volumes decreased by 14% compared to September 2022, to a total of 56,601 tons.

The full-cargo segment experienced a 24% decline. There is a continuing worldwide decline in this segment, however Brussels Airport outperformed the global average for this period (-34%).

Belly cargo volumes, on the other hand, increased by 7%, thanks to the increase in passenger flights. There was a 9% drop in integrator services and a 25% decline in trucked volumes.

The primary import regions were Asia, Africa and North America. Asia also ranked first in terms of exports, followed by North America and Africa.

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