Antwerp Airport (ICAO code EBAW, IATA code ANR) is a small international airport in Belgium, consisting of one small passenger terminal, that is used for some scheduled and charter flights as well as business and general aviation. It is unable to operate aircraft larger than the Boeing 737 due to a runway length of only just over 1500m. Antwerp Airports busiest day of 2019 was on the 17th April.
Antwerp Airport is located south of the city of Antwerp, taking approximately 20 minutes to travel the 5.4km distance to the city centre.
Top destinations for Antwerp Airport Include France, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the United States, Spain and Germany, as well as domestic flights across Belgium. The King Air 350, Cessna Citation CJ2, Cessna Citation CJ3, Cessna Citation Mustang and the Pilatus PC-12 are the most active private aircrafts to utilise Antwerp Airport. Every year there are around 3000 departures and arrivals at Antwerp Airport. It has around 473 direct connections to other airports, 413 of which are European with 7 within Belgium. The most popular destinations from Antwerp Airport include Cannes-Mandelieu, Nice-Côte d'Azur, Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris-Le Bourget.