Brussels Airport, also known as Brussels Zaventem Airport, is an international airport located in Zaventem, Belgium, approximately 12 kilometers northeast of Brussels city center. It is the largest airport in Belgium and is the main hub for Brussels Airlines.
The airport has two runways and serves as a hub for several airlines, including Brussels Airlines, TUI fly Belgium, and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium. It also serves as a focus city for several other airlines, including Ryanair, Vueling, and easyJet.
Brussels Airport has a single terminal building with three levels. Level 0 is used for arrivals, level 1 is for departures, and level 2 is a mezzanine level with restaurants, shops, and other services. The airport offers a wide range of facilities and services, including shops, restaurants, cafes, ATMs, currency exchange, luggage storage, and duty-free shopping.
The airport is well-connected to the city center by public transportation, including trains, buses, and taxis. The airport also has its own train station, with direct connections to Brussels city center and other destinations in Belgium.
Brussels Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe, serving millions of passengers each year. It is known for its modern facilities, excellent customer service, and efficient operations.
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