From 1 July, an extra 2,000 parking places will be made available to passengers at Brussels Airport's P3 parking. With spaces reserved for electric cars and those with reduced mobility.
Brussels Airport said in a press release that they would expand its P3 parking with Interparking, raising the total number of spots to 13,000.
This expansion will include 2,000 new parking spots split across 10 floors, 2 of which will be underground.
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Of these additional places, 32 will be made prioritised for electric cars, allowing vehicles to recharge their batteries, and 50 for those with limited mobility.
All these spaces will be open to passengers on 1 July.