Liege Airport (ICAO: EBLG, IATA: LGG) was previously known as Liege-Bierset, and mainly focuses on air freight. By the end of 2018 it was the 7th biggest cargo airport in Europe and 22nd biggest in the world. 3000 metric tonnes of freight are transported per day across it's 3690 metres of runways, with it being open twenty four seven.
Liege Airport is location 9.5 km west of the city of Liege, Belgium, just over 10 minutes drive to the centre of Liege.
Liege Airport conducts 60 flights per night seven days a week connecting a large number of airports in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania. It serves over 1500 destinations worldwide. Liege is located in the centre of the golden triangle Paris-Amsterdam-Frankfurt that handles 66% of European freight. One of the top private aircraft that operates at Liege Airport the most is the Learjet 45 which seats 8 people.