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Air terminals with non-stop flights to Brussels from the UK

Non-stop flights to Brussels are accessible from Belfast-City, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London-Heathrow, Manchester and Newcastle air terminals.

Note that Brussels has two air terminals: Brussels International Airport (BRU) and Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL). Charleroi is significantly further from the city, so not a decent alternative in case you’re flying for business or need a speedy arrival

What carriers fly to Brussels from the UK?

Airlines that fly to Brussels include British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Ryanair and BMI Regional. Backhanded flights are accessible from a determination of European aircrafts including Lufthansa, KLM, Swiss and Aer Lingus.

Brussels air terminals

Brussels International Airport (BRU)

The city’s fundamental air terminal has one enormous terminal and is situated around 7 miles from the downtown area. It just missed a spot in Europe’s 20 busiest air terminals coming in at number 21. Right now the air terminal has two docks: one for Schengen and one for non-Schengen flights. Two additional docks are in the pipeline: one for budget airlines and another for non-Schengen. The air terminal is linked with the city via train and bus. There’s a taxi rank outside and vehicle hire is likewise accessible.

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL)

This air terminal is about 30 miles from the downtown area. It’s a favored center point for budget airliness, especially Ryanair who raised an outrage when the European Commission scrutinized the discounts offered to the aircraft by Charleroi. Shuttle buses are accessible from the air terminal, you can hire a vehicle, or you can pay a €90* fixed cost for a taxi.

When to go to Brussels

Brussels is at its busiest throughout the mid year. The best time to visit (and find modest costs) is from March to May or September to October. The climate stays gentle during spring and pre-winter, and you’re bound to get an extraordinary terrace table in the Grand-Place. Nature fans should plan their outing to cover the flower carpet, every tow years the Grand Place is secured with an exquisite floor covering of flowers.

What’s the climate like in Brussels?

Warm summers, crisp winters, and lots of downpours. During July and August you can expect highs of 22°C while the mercury drops as low as 0°C during February. It’s blustery consistently, with a normal of 16 days of downpour in the driest month (September) and 21 during the wettest month (December).