Brussels-South Charleroi Airport Internal Rules

Article 1. This regulation constitutes a membership contract which applies between S.A. BSCA and any person deciding to access the terminals of Charleroi Brussels-South airport.

Art. 2. No domestic animals are allowed inside the terminal.


Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, service dogs or guide dogs accompanying passengers who are blind, deaf or otherwise disabled as well as domestic animals intended to travel with a passenger are allowed inside the terminal.


At the security checkpoint, it is requested that the container intended to carry the animal pass through the X-ray screening machine, requiring the owner to remove the animal from the container beforehand.


Art. 3. Only passengers are allowed beyond the point of access constituted by the boarding pass checkpoint.


Art. 4. Unless authorisation is given by the security screening manager, passengers may only proceed beyond the point of access constituted by the boarding pass checkpoint in order to join the boarding area.


Art. 5. No one may consume instead of forfeiting any food or drink confiscated at the security checkpoint.


Art. 6. Independently of any legal proceedings, the management of S.A. BSCA, concerned about the protection of its employees, reserves the right to deny boarding to any passenger who has verbally or physically assaulted a member of staff, without the possibility of compensation.


Art. 7. In application of international regulations, any passenger whose behaviour may jeopardise either the safety of the aircraft, persons or property, or good order and discipline during a flight, may be refused access to an aircraft by its captain, irrespective of any legal proceedings and without the possibility of compensation. Such behaviour may be inferred, inter alia, from the following:

  • failure to comply with security or safety instructions issued by staff members;
  • being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


BSCA complies with the new European rules known as RGPD/ GDPR.

They stem from Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the

Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing

of personal data and on the free movement of such data.


To exercise your rights of access, omission, rectification, deletion, restriction, portability of data, opposition to the processing and cancellation of consent, you are required to send a clear request to, or to send a letter to: Data Protection Officer, rue des Fusillés 21 à 6040 Charleroi.