Please note that since Sunday April 3rd, passenger’s flights are partially resumed. In the days following, the number of flights will be gradually increased to the maximum capacity of the temporary structures, that is 800 departing passengers per hour. Other airlines, besides Brussels Airlines, will also recommence their operations at Brussels Airport in the days ahead.
Passengers who have questions about their flight can contact their airline. Flight information can also be found here : https://www.brusselsairport2203.be/en/check-your-flight-info/
In view of the limited capacity, not all airlines will be able to resume all their flights at the Brussels Airport.
The airport can, at the moment, only be reached by car or taxi. In the coming days, Brussels Airport will examine the possibility of restarting other means of transport, such as bus and train.
At the entrance of the airport area and at the entrance to the check-in zone there will be additional security measures. Brussels Airport would recommend passengers to arrive at least 3 hours before the scheduled departure of their flight and have their identity papers and travel documents handy in the car and at the temporary check-in area.
More information can be found here: https://www.brusselsairport2203.be/
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