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Looking for cheap airfare to Brussels Airport? 25% of our users found tickets to Brussels Airport for the following prices or less: From Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl C$ 694 one-way - C$ 902 round-trip, from Toronto Pearson Intl C$ 1,190 one-way - C$ 1,251 round-trip
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High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly from Canada is February.
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The Brussels Airport (BRU) is a convenient entryway into the capital of Belgium and many other must-see cities in the area. When leaving Brussels Airport you can travel by train to Antwerp in 32 minutes, Bruges in 90 minutes and Ghent in 54 minutes. These are famous tourist destinations that are all well worth a visit.
About six different trains depart from Brussels Airport to the city of Brussels every hour, with direct routes to various major cities in the country. Travelers can even reach a different country directly from the airport, as both Breda and Rotterdam in the Netherlands are less than a two-hour direct train ride away.
The fastest way to reach the city centre from the airport is by bus. STIP buses leave from platform C. Express bus number 12 serves only the main stops and is available until 8:00 pm on weekdays. On weekends and weekdays after 8:00 pm, take bus 21.
In case you’re exhausted from your flight to Brussels and need a place for quiet reflection or spiritual relief, the Brussels Airport is equipped with various prayer rooms. These include Islamic, Jewish, Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant rooms, as well as meditation rooms for those who don’t follow a specific religion.
If you were hopeful to spend some time relaxing at one of the Diamond lounges at Brussels Airport, but discovered that your ticket doesn’t allow free access, don’t worry! All passengers can book a lounge pass online for 32 € (C$ 48) which is valid for one full year. The pass can also be transferred to a friend in the case that you don’t use it.
FAQs - booking Brussels Airport flights
Brussels Airlines has three lounges at Brussels Airports, and British Airways has one. The Brussels Airlines lounges are The Loft near gate A42, Sunrise Lounge near A/T72, and The Suite near gate B01. All Brussels Airlines and Star Alliance passengers can access these lounges, while Flex&Fast passengers have to pay a fee of 25 € (about C$ 37). The British Airways lounge on the fourth floor of Pier B is available to British Airways and Qatar Airways passengers.
Large international chain hotels near the Brussels Airport offer free shuttle services to and from the airport. If you wish to stay even closer, the Sheraton Hotel is within walking distance to the airport.
A train ride from the airport to Brussels-Central Station takes under 20 minutes. A one-way, standard second-class ticket costs 8.90 € (approximately C$ 13). Train tickets can be purchased ahead of time online.
At Brussels Airport you’ll find mostly local brands and a few international chains like Starbucks. For a first encounter with local Belgian beer and cuisine, passengers arriving at Pier B can head to Welcome Bar before claiming their luggage. Outside, in the arrivals area, Hi! Brussels has an array of local products including beer, waffles and fries in a paper cone.
You’ll find all car rental offices at the Arrivals Hall in Brussels airport. From there, you’ll pick up your rental car from the designated garage within walking distance from the arrivals area. There are five car rental companies at the Brussels Airport: Avis, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt.
In the last 3 days, the cheapest flight deal to Brussels Airport was found on the route from Montreal, at C$ 1,393 one-way and C$ 1,393 round-trip. The most popular connection is from Montreal to Brussels Airport and KAYAK users have found round-trip deals for as low as C$ 896 in the last 3 days.
In general from Canada, Air Canada, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines fly the most to Brussels Airport.
The city centre of Brussels is 11 km from Brussels.
On average, a flight to Brussels costs C$ 2,679. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost C$ 669 and departed from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport.
The cheapest month for flights to Brussels is May. On the other hand, the most expensive months are January and November.
United Airlines, Air Canada and Lufthansa have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Brussels Airport. Confirm policies on booking site.
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