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Overview - Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport (IATA: BRU; ICAO: EBBR) serves the city of Brussels and the regions of Flanders and Wallonia.

Service to the city and region is provided through Brussels Airport-Zaventem Station, located on-site.

External Services

External services to Brussels are provided through Intercity Rail.

Intercity Rail

Brussels Airport-Zaventem Station

Brussels Airport-Zaventem Station. Source: Wikimedia (March 26, 2021, Japplemedia)/CC BY-SA 4.0

NMBS/SNCB and Thalys serve the airport through Brussels Airport-Zaventem station on the 25N and 36C lines, located at the airport terminal. This station was opened in 1958 and rebuilt in 1998 and 2012. Multiple services operate through this station, including Intercity Direct high speed services, Thalys high speed services, and Intercity services. Due to the sheer number of services and service patterns, we are unable to document them here, but there are typically at least four departures an hour to Brussels.

Connector Services

Brussels Airport has no connector service.

Internal Services

Brussels Airport has no internal service.

References & Helpful Links

Airport Website (English) | Airport Website (Dutch) | Airport Website (French)

External Citations

Last Updated: Sept 24, 2022