ANR Departures today
Discover Antwerp International Airport departures
Antwerp Airport is also called Deurne Airport, located near Antwerp has 1 runway for Antwerp departures, which is 4954 feet (1510 meters) long. The airport is 39 feet (12 m) above sea level to process all the Deurne airport departures.
Deurne Airport, near Antwerp, Belgium, is located in the UTC + 1 (DST + 2) time zone.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) refers to the airport code ANR which why the often say ANR airport departures.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) uses EBAW.
History Antwerp Airport
The first Antwerp flight departures already took place in 1921 with the first real terminal in 1930. The Luftwaffe put the airport into use during the Second World War. Many years later, in 2014 VLM Airlines used the airport for Antwerp airport departures. Most flights went to London City. Air Antwerp emerged from this airline, which took over the route. However, the flights have been canceled due to the corona virus.
There are now mainly ANR departures with TUI fly Belgium offering holiday flights to the south of Europe. These include Malaga, Tangier, Alicante, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Murcia, Nador, Almeria, Split, Innsbruck and Avignon.