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When you’re ready to walk outside, open your app to request a ride. Choose the option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
You’ll get directions to a pickup point directly in the app.
Go to your assigned pickup location as specified by the app. Please note, this location may not always be at your nearest exit. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Brussels Airport offers luggage lockers, enabling passengers to keep their luggage in a safe place. The lockers are located in the public zone and the transit area and cost €10 per 24 hours. Payment is by card only.
Brussels Airport has several car parks located near the airport terminal.
Uber is available at Brussels Airport, so you can enjoy a convenient and comfortable trip to wherever you need to go.
Uber pickup locations at airports are subject to change, so to find your pickup location, always check the Uber app after you request a ride.
Uber rates to and from Brussels Airport may be affected by time, traffic and other factors. Check the Uber price estimator on the Uber app for approximate trip prices.
When you go to request a ride, the app will provide an estimate of how long it will take for your driver to arrive at the pickup location.
Brussels Airport was an important aerodrome during World War II. It has since grown to be the second-largest center of economic growth in Belgium, accounting for 60,000 direct and indirect jobs. The airport is an important gateway to Europe and welcomes more than 67,000 passengers each day. Brussels Airport is situated 15 kilometers (9 miles) to the northeast of Brussels city center, a 25-minute Uber trip in good traffic conditions.
Brussels Airport has one terminal that’s divided into 2 sections: Concourse A deals with Schengen flights, and Concourse B handles non-Schengen flights. The airport serves domestic and international flights on more than 60 airlines.
Brussels Airport has a wide range of places to eat, many of which provide a view of the tarmac. If you want to grab a quick snack, you’ll find plenty of cafes and fast-food outlets offering sandwiches, snacks, salads, cakes, pastries, burgers, and wraps. For those with a little more time, numerous restaurants offer sit-down meals with table service and various types of cuisine, including traditional Belgian dishes. Hot and cold drinks, smoothies, juices, and alcoholic drinks are also available throughout the airport.
From charming souvenirs to luxury products, Brussels Airport has a great selection of goods to buy. Brussels Airport duty-free is stocked with cosmetics, perfumes, aftershave, alcohol, and confectionary, all at lower prices than you’ll find on the high street, plus last-minute travel items and plenty of Belgium’s famous chocolate. Many other shops are located throughout the airport, offering sunglasses, watches, high-end fashion and accessories, newspapers, books, magazines, tech items, and jewelry.
Brussels Airport has 2 lounges, located in both concourses of the terminal. The lounges are the perfect place for travelers looking for a peaceful environment to relax in before boarding, and they offer a large range of services, including food and drink, work stations, television, magazines, newspapers, and free wifi. All passengers can access both lounges for a fee.
Brussels Airport offers a wide range of services designed to ensure that passengers have a smooth journey. Fast Lane screening is on hand for people in a hurry, while the airport’s meeting services can cater for up to 600 people. Drinking fountains are located in Departures, and smoking areas are also available. Special assistance for passengers with reduced mobility needs to be requested at least 48 hours in advance of flying.
A number of hotels can be found within easy reach of Brussels Airport, with options to suit all sorts of budgets. Many of these are located around the airport junction of the main E40 route, and more are situated along this route into the city center. For travelers who aren’t in a hurry to reach the airport, hundreds of accommodation options lie within Brussels itself.
Often recognized as the center of European culture and institutions, and famous for its chocolate and beer, Brussels has a huge amount of things to do, including museums, architecture, parks, and bars. Some highlights are:
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