Brussels Airport News Updates

NEW: Brussels Airlines route to Ljubljana
As of 4 November, Brussels Airlines will offer you flights from Brussels to Ljubljana 6 times a week. It’s the perfect starting point for a Slovenia tour, an enchanting country that is becoming increasingly popular among hikers and nature lovers. This should come as no surprise, given Slovenia’s spectacular lakes, caves and breathtaking sceneries. Book your return ticket starting from € 90.
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3 additional weekly SAS flights to Oslo
Oslo
Never been to Oslo? This is your chance! As of the summer of 2020, SAS will add 3 additional weekly flights between Brussels Airport and Oslo. That brings the total up to 15 flights per week.

Make sure you pay a visit to one of the amazing Michelin star restaurants while you’re in Oslo. Book your return ticket from only € 91.

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Get through security faster using a Fast Lane Pass
Fast Lane
Want to get through security faster and without a hassle? Try our Fast Lane and save valuable time.

Buying a Fast Lane Pass is quick and easy. Get it online for € 11.

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Kids Corner
Comfortable travel for the entire family starts at Brussels Airport
Starting 26 October through 3 November, we welcome families with children to take our Family Lane to get to security fast and easy. Every child will receive a gift, and on some days you’ll even get to meet Papa Smurf and Smurfette.

Travelling through Pier A? Make sure to pay a visit to our free Kids Corner, right next to Starbucks. Children between 0 and 6 years old can have fun with games and computers, while mothers have all the privacy they need whenever they want to feed their youngest. The flight information screen and free WiFi will let you know when it’s time to head to your gate.

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Airlines clean planes using a environmentally-friendly technique
Dry clean
Just like the interior, the outside of a plane needs a good cleaning every now and then. BP Precision, Grounlink and Auroservices are companies who found an environmentally-friendly way to ‘dry’ clean airplanes. Brussels Airlines, Ryanair and TUI fly are some of the airlines that al this technique.
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