#BrusselsAirport News Updates

Brussels Airport in times of corona
In these unprecedented times, Brussels Airport remains open to carry out certain operational activities. This includes cargo and essential flights such as military, diplomatic, medical and repatriation flights. Please note that the federal police checks all passengers to confirm that their trip is indeed considered essential.

As in any other public place, it is very important to strictly apply all hygiene rules and always keep a distance of 1.5 m from other people. It is now also compulsory to wear a face mask at the airport. Passengers who do not have a mask will receive one from the airport.

We hope to welcome you back to our airport soon, when travel can resume. In the meantime, we hope all our passengers, employees, colleagues and everyone else stay safe and healthy.

New: travel to Billund with SUN-AIR
Billund
As of Monday 7 September, the Danish airline SUN-AIR will offer 10 flights per week to Billund. The flights will operate twice a day from Monday to Thursday and once on Friday and Sunday evenings. The flights are operated with Dornier328JET and have 32 seats.

Did you know that Legoland, an amusement park dedicated to Lego and Duplo, is located in Billund and that there are 6 Legolands in the world?

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Which airlines are operating with limited flights?
Flights
Our network is currently very limited. Do you want to be kept informed about which airlines are currently operating? You can find the latest updates and answers to frequently asked questions regarding the coronavirus on our website.
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Donate your ‘hearts’ and support the youth!
hearts
Our Enjoy! members can now donate their ‘hearts’ to a charity looking to donate refurbished laptops to the youth in the local community.
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Don’t know what Enjoy! is yet? Discover the benefits of the Enjoy! programme. Register now and donate your first ‘hearts’.
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What has changed at the airport?
Brussels Airport
Just like in any other public areas, it’s very important to strictly apply all hygiene measures and to keep a distance of 1.5 metres from others. Furthermore, it is also mandatory to wear a face mask at the airport.
Brussels Airport has taken many measures to guarantee the health of staff and passengers: adapted queues, stickers with precautions and where you can and cannot sit, plexiglass at the counters, presence of hand dispensers, extra cleanings, etc. We ask each passenger for his or her cooperation to respect the social distance in order to protect himself/herself and others.
Picking up a friend or relative
Pickup
Passengers arriving at Brussels Airport are only returning passengers. The advice to these passengers is to go home by public transport or taxi.

Public transport remains active, the Airport Express between Brussels Airport and Antwerp is no longer in service, but taxi services and their alternatives remain in service, provided that the number of passengers is limited and hygiene measures are reinforced.

The arrival hall remains open as usual, but the social- distance rule (1.5 m) is applicable in all circumstances. Furthermore, we recommend you to wait outside the airport building or in carparks P2 or P3 to pick them up.
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Do you still have questions?
Handgel
Do you have any questions regarding the coronavirus in general? Then you can visit the FAQ website of the FPS for Health and the Crisis Centre for more information.

Do you have any questions about your flight or the measures taken on the aircraft? Then you can contact your airline. Here you will find the contact details of the airlines.

Contact details
Do you have another question for Brussels Airport? You can reach us on 0900 700 00 (BE) or +32 2 753 77 53 (International number).
Dream now, travel later
At Brussels Airport, we look forward to sharing more happy moments with you. In anticipation of that moment, we would like to look back at a few of our moments of the past year …
Christmas
The magical moments at our airport during the holiday season last winter.
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Paashaas
That time we had an Easter bunny hopping around the airport.
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Dancing
Or when our airport became one big dancehall with Tomorrowland music.
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To many more happy memories together!
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