Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Brussels
Flight information Birmingham to Brussels
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 293 miles
Most popular airline last month
Brussels International and Brussels S. Charleroi
Flights from Birmingham to Brussels
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Brussels
Brussels Airlines and Flybe both fly direct to Brussels from Birmingham.
Terminal Information – Departing
Birmingham Airport has one terminal with everything you need for a relaxing pre-flight experience. Whether you want to shop, eat or relax, there's something to suit every style of traveller.
If you're flying to Brussels on business you might appreciate an hour or two in one of the executive lounges. Aspire and No.1 Traveller both have outposts at the airport. Both offer unlimited Wi-Fi, complimentary snacks and drinks, and a relaxing atmosphere to get a bit of work done. Prices start at £21.99*.
If you want to treat yourself you can indulge in a manicure at Cloud Nails, or do a bit of tax free shopping. There are high street favourites such as Superdry and JD Sports as well as airport mainstays World Duty Free and Dixons Travel. There's also a Boots if you need any last-minute toiletries and a WHSmith if you need something to read during your flight.
There are bars, cafes and restaurants to suit all appetites. Enjoy a coffee and a cake in Costa, a juicy burger at Frankie & Benny's, or a glass of bubbly at the Blanc et Noir champagne bar. Wetherspoon's is a great choice for pub grub while Deli Hub by Kebabish offers an excellent fast food alternative.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Public transport is easily accessed from the arrivals hall. The easiest way to reach the city centre is by train. The station is on floor -1. Belgian Rail trains leave the airport every 15 minutes. Single tickets are €8.50* (about £6) and the journey into Central Station takes about 20 minutes on average. Bus lines 12 and 21 also run between the airport and the city, stopping at metro station Schuman and Luxemburgplein. The journey takes half an hour and tickets cost €4.50* (about £3.15) if you buy them from the vending machine. Buses 272 and 471 connect the airport to Gare du Nord train station. Tickets cost €3* (about £2.10) and are non-transferable. It's also possible to take a taxi: expect to pay about €35* (roughly £25). If you prefer to have your own mode of transport you can hire a car at Brussels Airport.
You need a valid passport to travel from Birmingham to Brussels. Your passport should be valid for the full duration of your stay. We recommend arriving two hours before your flight is due to depart.
What to expect in Brussels
Brussels is one hour ahead of Birmingham and the currency is the Euro (€). Prices in Brussels are comparable to what you would pay in Birmingham, and the weather is very similar too. Brussels is a bilingual city, and people speak both French and Flemish. Due to the international nature of the city, most people do understand a bit of English. However it's a good idea bring your French phrasebook.
*Prices subject to change
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