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Brussels Airport Departures

Brussels Airport has a terminal with 2 piers (A and B) where flights depart. Many domestic flights within Europe but also transatlantic flights are handled. Around 260 airlines and 20,000 people are employed at the airport of Brussels, while the most frequent destinations are England, Holland, Italy, Germany and Spain. Some of the airlines which it collaborates with are Brussels Airlines, American Airlines, TAP Portugal, Scandinavian Airlines, Jet Airways, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air One, British Airways, Swiss Air, Lot Polish and many more.

Brussels International Airport is developing quickly. Recently it has successfully completed the renewal process departures lounge (lounge). According to statistics, after many studies, Brussels airport seems to have been used by 18.5 million passengers during 2008, increasing traffic by 3.6% compared to 2007. It is also distinguished by its action for the environment in compliance with ISO 14001 standards.

Through many online sites you can book your air tickets to and from Brussels Airport BRU, easily and at the same time the lowest prices on the market! All flights and routes to and from Brussels Airport are subject to availability of space on the flight and also given the opportunity to find the lowest price air ticket, 3 days before and 3 days after dates initially chosen. You can buy your ticket by following a few simple steps. After the completion of your reservation you will receive an e-mail with the e-ticket number and an SMS with the same number and flight information. The e-ticket number and identity are all you need at the airport for your departure. As far as transportation is concerned, on the ground floor, just below the departures hall, there is a bus station with 3 platforms which operate routes that cover many areas in Brussels and connect the airport to Central Railway Station (line 471) and the underground the city via Roodebeek stop (line 659).