700 extra charging stations for car parks at Brussels Airport

Interparking is equipping the public car parks at Brussels Airport with more than 700 charging points for EVs. These slow charging points are optimized for long parking periods and are perfect for cars that stay for several days or weeks while the owner is traveling.

There are no additional charges for parking in these car parks, even after the car is fully charged.

A total of 750 charging points

Interparking manages more than 13,000 parking spaces at Brussels Airport. Until now, 50 of them were equipped with charging points, but since March, this number will be gradually increasing with 500 new charging points in the car parks P1 and P3, in front of the airport terminal, and 200 new ones in the P1 parking zone reserved especially for staff members.

The charge points can be used with any charge card, and parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If the charge point is activated with Interparking’s Pcard+, no activation fee is charged.

Large-scale rollout

In time, Interparking, the third largest parking operator in Europe, plans a large-scale rollout of electric charging points in Belgium and the eight other European countries where it operates. The total number of parking spaces is over 355 000.

In turn, Brussels Airport is electrifying its entire fleet of company cars, while passenger transport on the tarmac is already fully electric.


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