The international airport is at Zaventem, 14 km to the north-east of Brussels. For full information :
Arrivals and departures T 0900 700 00
From abroad : 00 32 2 753 77 53
SMS 3880 (you must give the flight number preceded by Tr!)
To get from the airport to the centre of town there are 4 options :
- Train : From and to Brussels-Central, 6 trains/ hour.
- STIB/MIVB : The Airport Line is an 30-minute express service between Brussels Airport and the European quarter, at a stone's throw from the uptown shops. From Monday to Friday 8 pm the Airport Line is operated as an express service with number 12 and only serves the major stops. On weekdays after 8 pm, and the whole day on Saturday, Sunday and holidays the Airport Line is operated as a regular service with number 21, serving all stops. All MIVB/STIB buses depart from platform C. In order to save time and money, buy your ticket from the GO ticket vending machines before boarding. These machines accept Maestro bank cards, credit cards and coins. Tickets bought from the driver are more expensive. Tel. 32 70 23 20 00
- Bus company De Lijn operates bus services to railway station Brussels North (lines 272 and 471), NATO (lines 272, 471 and 620) and the Brussels underground station Roodebeek (lines 359 and 659).
- Taxi : The fare to the centre of Brussels will be about 45 €. The time taken will depend on the traffic (normally 30 minutes to 1 hour).
Specialist Belgian airport shuttles :
T 0489 385 741 - 24 hours a day / 24h/24 (FR/NL/EN/DE)
Brussels South (Charleroi)
Charleroi airport, which is 46 km from Brussels, is the hub for Ryanair and other low-cost airlines.
Brussels South is served by 20 shuttles per day leaving from the Thalys exit at the Gare du Midi in Brussels.
Door-to-door shipping rates for various items within the EU
Eurosender meets the needs of persons who relocate and find themselves with a lot of extra luggage. That can be a challenge to transport withoutpaying extra at the airport.
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