Easily charge your smartphone, laptop or other electronic devices while you wait for your flight. Pick up a powerbank at a Naki kiosk and drop it off at another kiosk when you're done charging.
Brussels Airport has 8 Naki kiosks, each equipped with 48 portable power banks. Each powerbank has 3 standard connectors: Lightning, micro USB and USB-C. This means you can easily charge most of the following electronic devices:
Android and iOS smartphones
Tablets and iPads
Other electronic devices such as Bluetooth speakers, MP3 players, cameras, e-readers, laptops and joysticks.
It takes 60 minutes to fully charge a mobile device. A Naki powerbank has a lifespan of 2 full charges.
No, you can return the powerbank to your nearest Naki kiosk. At the airport, but also at a station, shop or café near you. Both in Belgium and abroad.
Attention! Current regulations do not allow power banks to be carried in checked luggage – only in hand luggage.
You pay for the Naki powerbank according to the time you use it:
Day 1: €3/hour, with a maximum of €6/day (the cost remains constant after 2 hours of charging).
Day 2: €12/day.
Day 3: €50/day. If you do not return the powerbank on day 3, it will be considered as purchased and cannot be returned.
We have installed 8 Naki kiosks: