Got a connecting flight at Brussels Airport? We ensure that your transfer goes smoothly.
Watch the video or browse the guide to a smooth transfer at Brussels Airport.
There are three departure zones at Brussels Airport: zones A, B and T.
Here is a simplified plan of the departure zones:
To move from one zone to another, follow the red Connections signage to your departure gate.
We help you to accomplish a smooth transfer at Brussels Airport. Take a look at how to go about your transfer.
Check the time
Look for your flight
You can locate your flight on the flight information screens. These display the following details:
Getting from zone B to zone T
If you arrive in zone B and your connecting flight departs from zone T, then you need to take a shuttle bus.
Check whether you need to reclaim your baggage. That depends on your airline.
Your baggage is usually checked in to your final destination. You do not need to reclaim it from the Brussels Airport baggage hall.
You usually receive all requisite boarding passes upon your initial check-in. Thus including those for your connecting flight.
Check with your airline in advance, or upon check in of your first flight, whether you have all the requisite boarding passes. If not, you can proceed to the gate.
Booked your arriving and connecting flights individually on a separate ticket? Then you have organised your own flight connection. Follow these steps for a smooth flight transfer.
Check the flight information screens regularly to ensure that you have up-to-date information. Or consult the flight info on our website or via the Brussels Airport Mobile App.