Brussels Airport wishes to be a human-scale, customer-centric airport. A hospitable airport where everyone immediately feels at home.
Brussels Airport is like a compact version of Belgium. It has that typical Belgian touch we like to refer to as ‘Belgitude’. This Belgian also touch shows in the offer in our shops, bars and restaurants which carry a wide range of Belgian products and specialties.
Belgium boasts a rich cultural heritage and is a pioneer in the comic book art. Assets we love to put in the spotlights at the airport. Just think of Tintin’s rocket in Connector or the Smurfs plane in the shopping area of Gates B. Or our Bruegel wall.
Obviously, we also wish to grow, but in a sustainable way, with respect for man and nature. And that’s exactly what the more than thousand employees at Brussels Airport Company work on every day.
The management committee of Brussels Airport Company consists of 7 members.
Brussels Airport Company NV/SA is the operator of Brussels Airport.
Brussels Airport Company (BAC) has two direct shareholders: the BAISA consortium and the Belgian federal government through the Federal Holding and Investment Company (FPIM/SFPI). BAISA owns 75% of the shares, FPIM/SFPI 25%.
The BAISA consortium consists of the Canadian pension fund Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTTP), the Dutch pension fund APG, the Australian investor QIC, the Swiss investor Swiss Life, the financial markets partner of the New South Wales public sector in Australia TCorp and the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF).
The Board of Directors consists of 11 members. In addition to the Chairman and CEO, the Board comprises 6 members appointed by the consortium of private investors and 3 members appointed by the Belgian State.
Our Head of Corporate Finance and Treasury, Dennis Lagast, will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding Investor Relations.