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Interparking and Brussels Airport offer 2,000 additional parking spaces with the extension of parking P3


Brussels Airport, 27 June, 2022



Interparking and Brussels Airport offer 2,000 additional parking spaces with the extension of parking P3



The brand new extension of parking P3 at Brussels Airport is ready to welcome passengers. Interparking is thus offering 2,000 extra spaces to holidaymakers, bringing the total number of parking spaces available at Brussels Airport to 13,000. In preparation for a busier summer season, Brussels Airport and Interparking are now ready to welcome passengers arriving by car.


With the summer vacations approaching and the number of departing holidaymakers increasing, Brussels Airport and Interparking are opening the extension of the P3 "Holiday" car park to offer travelers who come to the airport by car sufficient parking space and the comfort they need for a peaceful vacation.


From July 1, this extension of parking P3 parking will be open to the public, with no less than 2,000 new spaces near the terminal. The spaces are spread over 10 floors, 2 of which are underground. With this new capacity, Interparking now offers a total of 13,000 parking spaces on the Brussels Airport site. As an intermodal hub, it is important for Brussels Airport to offer the necessary facilities for every type of transport. If you come by car, you can easily find a space for your next trip or to pick up a loved one.


Interparking's offer is as flexible as ever, so there is something for everyone. From the most prepared travelers to the most "last minute" tourists, everyone can reserve a parking space up to 2 hours before take-off, or arrive at the site without a reservation, park their car easily and board the plane a few minutes later to the destination of their choice. The early planners and Pcard+ holders can benefit from a discount. The Brussels Airport car parks are permanently monitored by cameras and staff are available to users 24 hours a day.


32 additional parking spaces dedicated to electric cars will allow vehicles to recharge their batteries while their drivers recharge theirs abroad. The covered walkway to the interior of the airport will protect against summer drips and sunlight. 50 spaces are also provided for PRMs and the elevators will lead directly to the available carts to facilitate the transport of luggage during the 5-minute walk to the departure hall.


The gradual opening of the extension has already allowed the lucky ones to take advantage of this new parking possibility before the summer, and from July 1 onwards, all spaces will be available to welcome those who want to enjoy a well-deserved break.




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 2,500 people and manages 1,001 parking sites with approximately 429,100 parking spaces in 402 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 2021 the airport welcomed 9.4 million passengers, compared to 26.4 million passengers in 2019. The airport also has an important cargo activity with more than 843,000 tonnes of cargo transported in 2021. Brussels Airport caters for the specific needs of business travellers and holidaymakers alike, on intra-European as well as long haul flights. In 2022, it offers direct connections to more than 200 destinations.  

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 the largest surface of temperature-controlled warehouses, thus supporting the global fight against Covid-19. 

Brussels Airport is the second most important economic growth pool in Belgium, good for 24,000 direct and 40,000 indirect jobs and is operated by Brussels Airport Company. Its shareholders are the Belgian State (25%) and a consortium of private investors (75%). Follow Brussels Airport on TwitterLinkedinInstagram and Facebook


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