Antwerp International Airport is a small international airport serving the City of Antwerp, in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Located south of the city, it is mainly used for charter flights and some scheduled flights as well as business and general aviation.
Its history goes back to the early 1920’s and in WWII it was used by the Luftwaffe and later on by the allies. In peace times, VLM Airlines was the main airline at EBAW.
The airport consists of one small passenger terminal with basic facilities including service desks, a small bar/coffeeshop in the entrance hall and at the gate, and a bar/restaurant with a terrace. The apron features ten stands for smaller airliners such as the Fokker 50. As there are no jet bridges, walk-boarding is used.
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