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Interparking enhances Brussels Airport car parks with the addition of 700 EV charging stations


Press Release – Interparking/Brussels Airport


Interparking enhances Brussels Airport car parks with the addition of 700 EV charging stations


Interparking, responsible for the public car parks at Brussels Airport, is rolling out more than 700 parking spaces equipped for electric vehicles in its car parks at Brussels Airport. The installation of these charging stations is an important investment to answer to the needs of the passengers and staff, as the use of electric vehicles is growing in Belgium. This initiative marks a significant step in the commitment of Interparking and Brussels Airport towards more sustainable transport and innovation.

On the road to greener mobility

Interparking offers more than 13.000 parking spaces at Brussels Airport. Until recently, EV drivers had access to 50 specially equipped parking spaces on site. Given the growing use of electric cars, 500 new charging stations for passengers have been installed in P1 and P3, conveniently located in front of the airport terminal. Two hundred new charging stations specifically for staff have been added to the P1 parking area, boosting the total number of parking spaces equipped with charging capabilities to 750.

At Interparking, we are committed to contributing to a greener mobility. The addition of these charging points at Brussels Airport is just a fraction of our ambitious project: to extensively roll out electric charging stations in Belgium and in the 8 other European countries we serve," says Roland Cracco, CEO of Interparking.

Electric mobility is an integral part of Brussels Airport's sustainability strategy," explains Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport. “All our passengers are already transported on tarmac in electric busses and we are fully electrifying our own company fleet. Overall, the number of electric cars is growing, so the need for charging points increases as well. Providing the necessary infrastructure for our passengers and staff is therefore a priority. Thanks to our partner Interparking, passengers will be able to recharge their vehicles in our car parks while on holiday.”

Recharching your car while recharging yourself

The car parks are equipped with the latest generation charging stations allowing the passenger to recharge their car while they recharge their own batteries on holiday. The Interparking team is currently finalizing the wiring and technical installation to ensure a smooth and secure user experience. The 700 new charging stations will be gradually activated from the beginning of March.

The power stations can be used with any charging card and these parking spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. If activated by Pcard+ from Interparking, no activation costs will be applied. Optimized for long-term parking, these slow-charge stations are a perfect match for cars that are left stationary for multiple days or weeks while the owner is traveling. There are no additional fees for parking at these charging stations even after the charging process is complete.




About Interparking

Since 1958, Interparking has been one of the leading European parking operators. Interparking designs, builds, manages and maintains high quality parking facilities throughout Europe. Headquartered in Belgium, the company employs over 2,200 people and manages 1,011 parking sites with more than 432,000 parking spaces in 406 cities and 9 countries. These include Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Italy, Poland and Romania. Interparking also manages car parks in Germany and Austria under the brand name Contipark.

Interparking is a CO2 neutral organization.


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About Brussels Airport   

Brussels Airport is one of the most important airports in Europe. In 2023, Brussels Airport welcomed 22.2 million passengers and transported 701,000 tonnes of cargo through the airport. Brussels Airport caters for the specific needs of business travellers and holidaymakers alike, on both intra-European and long haul flights. In 2024, the airport offers direct connections between Belgium and 220 destinations worldwide, with flights operated by 72 airlines.   

The airport also offers a leading cargo platform, specialised in the transport of pharmaceutical products, perishable goods, e-commerce and live animals. Brussels Airport is the most important pharmaceutical hub in Europe.  

With its SHIFT 2027 strategy, launched in 2022, Brussels Airport Company intends to strengthen its position as a major European hub, accelerate its ambitious sustainability goals, e.g. through the European Green Deal project Stargate, and continue to diversify its activities by focusing on innovation and cooperation.

Brussels Airport is the second most important economic engine in Belgium, good for 64,000 direct and indirect jobs and is owned and operated by Brussels Airport Company. The shareholders are a consortium of private investors (75%) and the Belgian State (25%). Follow Brussels Airport on Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.  


Press contact


Interparking                                                                            Brussels Airport Company

Nicolas Godon                                                                        Press Office

Marketing & Communication Manager                                    02 753 53 53

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