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Flights to Brussels: Overview

A number of major airports within the United Kingdom operate services to Brussels Airport in Belgium. British Airways run flights from London Heathrow on a regular basis, while easyJet operates from London Gatwick. Brussels Airlines is one of the major flight operators on this route and, in addition to services from London Heathrow, they have flights leaving from various other UK locations including Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and Edinburgh. Some of the Brussels Airlines services are chartered by other companies such as BMI Regional and Flybe.


Main Airlines and routes flying to Brussels from the UK



Flights to Brussels from the UK: Airlines & Departure Airports


Who flies to Brussels from the UK? easyJet, Aer Lingus, British Airways and Ryanair, and more.

Which airports have direct flights to Brussels? Manchester airport, Birmingham airport, Edinburgh airport, London Gatwick and more.

Who flies to Brussels International Airport? British Airways, Ryanair and Aer Lingus.

Who flies to Brussels Charleroi? Ryanair offers direct flights to Brussels Charleroi from all major UK airports.

Tips for booking cheap flights to Brussels


How far in advance to book flights to Brussels? The best time to book flights to Brussels in advance is 8 weeks before the flight.

What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Brussels? The cheapest month to fly to Brussels is in January. The most expensive flights to Brussels are in July.

Days of the week to travel? The cheapest day for flights to Brussels is Tuesday.

What are the cheapest airlines for flights to Brussels? Ryanair and easyJet.

What are the main airports in Brussels and how to get to the city centre


What are the main airports in Brussels? Brussels International Airport & Brussels Charleroi Airport

How to get from Brussels International Airport to Brussels city centre? Brussels Airport is situated approximately 11 kilometres from the city itself and boasts a number of excellent transport links, including a railway station located in the direct vicinity.

How to get from Brussels Charleroi Airport to Brussels city centre? There are two ways to travel from Brussels Charleroi airport to Brussels city centre. You can catch the bus outside the south terminal (Bus A) which will take one hour, ending at Brussels Midi train station. Or you can hop on the train, but you will need to change twice, once at Lodelinsart and again at Charleroi Sud. You can gather further travel information from the Brussels-Charleroi airport website.


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