During the first weekend of the autumn break, over 200,000 passengers are expected at Brussels Airport. The airport advises passengers to provide ample travel time to the airport, to use the car parks or come by public transport.
With the autumn break nearly upon us, Brussels Airport is expecting to see 206,000 departing and arriving passengers this weekend (from Friday to Sunday). The peak will be on Friday, with 75,000 passengers, but large numbers are also expected on the preceding Thursday and the following Monday: over 67,000 passengers each day.
Throughout the holiday, almost 640,000 passengers are expected – around 2% more than in the autumn break last year.
Brussels Airport advised passengers to provide ample travel time to the airport. Works are being carried out in the Kiss & Fly area, the passenger drop-off area in front of the departures hall. Over a limited stretch, only one of the two lanes in this area is available, reducing the number of drop-off spaces by a quarter.
The airport would like to remind you that the Kiss & Fly area is intended solely to quickly drop off passengers and not to pick passengers up.
Queues towards the Kiss & Fly area are likely. It is therefore recommended to use car parks P1 and P2 for dropping off or picking up passengers or to come to the airport by public transport.
The car parks can be reached directly from the access road when arriving at the airport.