Your Travel Planner

Brussels Airport likes to make safe and healthy travel possible. To this end, we took numerous measures. This way you also know what to expect. Travelling is possible, with common sense.

  • Plan the route from your home
  • Check the flight number

The free app tells you exactly when you need to leave home to pick up your passenger in time. Are you planning to wait for your passenger in the arrivals hall? Decide on this in advance, so you know where to park.


  • Allow sufficient time during peak hours
  • Use the free app to map out your route

Most GPS systems have an entry for Brussels Airport under POI, Points of Interest. If yours doesn't, you can manually enter A201/Vilvoordelaan junction, 1930 Zaventem. 

  • Park in P1, P2 or P3 opposite the airport building

Park your car in car park P1, P2 or P3 opposite the airport building. Cars that are taller than 2m10 aren't allowed in P1 and P3, while cars taller than 1m90 aren't allowed in P2. 


In the current circumstances, only travellers and persons accompanying passengers with reduced mobility or minors travelling alone are admitted to the terminal. 

Are you coming to pick up someone? In that case, you had best arrange to meet on the curb outside the terminal. Are you meeting someone in the car park? No problem! Make sure to specify the car park you’ll meet in as well as the level.