#BrusselsAirport is ready when scheduled air transport resumes

Brussels Airport selected as pilot airport by EASA
You’ve probably already noticed it. The last few days we are hearing positive messages about the aviation industry in the media. Our airport is getting ready to welcome you again!

EASA, the European Aviation Safety Agency, has drawn up guidelines that will help with the restart of aviation. Our airport will be one of the pilot airports that will closely follow these guidelines. By doing so, we will not only ensure that you can travel carefree and safely, but we also contribute to the development of practical solutions for the restart of passenger traffic in general.

Our health measures will be in line with EASA’s recommendations. 200 hand dispensers spread throughout the airport will ensure good hand hygiene of the passengers and hundreds of floor stickers and posters will remind you of the obligatory 1.5 meter distance from other passengers. Plexi glass at every desk. In addition, it is still mandatory to wear a face mask at the airport. From 15 June we also foresee temperature checks using thermal cameras. Meeters & greeters are not allowed in the building.

In short, we are ready to welcome you again this summer in a safe way!

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Discover the renewed Brussels Airlines network
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The past few weeks our home carrier Brussels Airlines worked hard on developing a new network for the summer of 2020. And the result was worth the wait! Thanks to 59 destinations all over Europe, Africa and even the US, Brussels Airlines will make sure that you’ll be able to go on your holiday or visit your friends and relatives as of the 15th of June.
Discover the new network
New: fly to Budapest with WIZZ
On the 1st of June, our airport welcomed a brand new airline. Thanks to WIZZ, you can fly to the capital of Hungary up to 5 times per week. In September even daily. Budapest also goes by the name ‘Paris of the east’ because of the charm of the city. In this beautiful city, which is located near the Danube, you will find many sights that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

You can book a return ticket as from 110 euros.

Fly with WIZZ
Avoid waiting at the baggage carousel thanks to bTag
B Tag
Travelling during the corona crisis is a bit different than before. Not only are you obligated to wear a face mask, you also have to keep a distance of 1.5 metres from all other travellers.

Thanks to bTag, the smart baggage label, you will know when your baggage will be placed on the belt. You can choose to relax and wait at a safe distance.

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Questions? Contact us via Whatsapp!
At our airport we’re always prepared to help you. In the past you could already contact us via email, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Since a few weeks, you can also send us a message via WhatsApp!

Do you have a question? Don’t hesitate to send us a message on +32 2 753 77 53. We’ll do our utmost to help you as quickly as possible.

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