How to get to Brussels Airport
There are car rental and parking facilities available at the airport.
Travelling by car from the centre, you must take the Reu Belliard, through the tunnel and onto the E40. From there, off the Sint-Stevens-Woluwe interchange, follow the signs for the airport.
The Airport Line bus route 12 runs from Brussels City centre to the airport Monday–Friday, where Airport Line bus route 21 runs from Brussels city centre to the airport on Saturdays and on holidays.
De Lijn bus companies provide services to the airport from Brussels North train station on lines 272 and 471, from NATO on lines 272, 471 and 620 and from Roodebeek metro station on lines 359 and 659.
The Brussels Airport Express train connects the airport with Brussels Midi, Brussels-Central and Brussels north stations and takes around 20 minutes.
There are many taxi companies in Brussels that will take you from the city centre to the airport. These can be preordered online or by phone. There are also many taxi apps that you can use, such as Uber, ecab and Collecto.