If, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you wonder whether the airport is still easily accessible, the answer is yes! Below you will discover the best ways to get to our airport.
Did you know that free baggage trolleys are at your disposal from the moment you arrive? They are the best means to safely and smoothly transport your luggage.
If you want to drop someone off at the airport by car, you can do so by using the free drop-off zone . At our drop-off zone, you can park for free for 10 minutes. Just enough time to say goodbye before you leave. If you park longer than 10 minutes, you pay a fee of €10 + €2 per extra minute.
In the current circumstances, only persons travelling themselves or working in the airport are admitted to the terminal. Accompanying a passenger to the departure hall or picking up a passenger in the arrival hall is therefore not possible for the time being.
As before the COVID-19 outbreak, the airport is easily accessible by train. Brussels Airport - Zaventem station is located right below the airport building. There are direct connections from more than 80 train stations.
Keep in mind that you have to wear a face mask in every Belgian station and on the train.
Thanks to the buses of De Lijn and STIB/MIVB, you can also get to the airport by bus. All buses and shuttles arrive at level 0. Like on the train, you will also have to wear a face mask on the bus.
The Brussels Airport Express (between Antwerp and Brussels Airport) does not run at the moment. If you usually take this bus to get to the airport, we currently recommend you to use the train. From Antwerp, there are 2 direct trains to the airport every hour.
Yes, the taxis are still at your disposal. The only difference being that taxi drivers wear a face mask and regularly use hand sanitiser.
Arriving passengers can find a taxi in front of the arrivals hall. Do not forget to respect the 1.5-meter distance while waiting.
Departing passengers are dropped off by the taxi at the drop-off zone or P15. Both are within walking distance of the terminal.