Season’s Greetings from Brussels Airport. ✨ We wish you and your loved ones happy holidays.
Guess who's back? Back again? It's BRUcePepper, the airport robot! He gives useful advice on your upcoming trip or tells you what the weather's like at your destination. Useful and cute :-)
Negative temperatures are forecast for this evening and tonight. Because of runway and aircraft de-icing operations, some flights may be delayed.As of tomorrow morning, 13 December, we expect positive temperatures & a return to normal operations.
Good morning - today as well we expect delays and cancellations due to adverse weather. Travelers are advised to regularly check the status of their flight and/or contact their airline for further information. Both runway 25L and 25R are in use at the moment.
We will be back tomorrow morning 6am to help with any queries. Check your flight info online regularly and contact your airline for further information.
Tomorrow Tuesday 12 December we also expect flight delays and cancellations due to adverse weather conditions. We advise to check the status of your flight regularly. If your flight is cancelled, please contact your airline before coming to the airport.
Latest update on tomorrow's Brussels Airlines flights to/from Brussels Airport.
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Due to adverse weather conditions, runway capacity is very limited. About 50% of all flights has been cancelled. Travelers are advised to regularly check the status of their flight and/or contact their airline for further information.
More information on how to retrieve checked in baggage from flights that were cancelled on 11 December 2017:
Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air Baltic, Air Europa, Air Serbia, Air Transat, All Nippon Airways, BMI Regional, British Airways, CSA Czech Airlines, Easyjet, El Al, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, FlyEgypt, HOP Airlines, Iberia, KLM, Meridiana Fly, Nouvelair, Onur Air, Pegasus Airlines, Qatar A....
UPDATE from Brussels Airlines - the majority of their flights to/from Brussels Airport today are cancelled. More info on their website.
**UPDATE** Heavy snowfall: runway 01/19 is now cleared of snow. We advise passengers to regularly check the status of their flight. If your flight was cancelled, please contact your airline before coming to the airport. Further snow is forecast until 10.00pm.
Heavy snowfall: delayed and cancelled flights
Because of the adverse weather, numerous flights had to be cancelled. Brussels Airport advises passengers to regularly check the status of their flight and/or contact their airline for further information.
If your flight was cancelled, please contact your airline before coming to the airport.
Adverse weather conditions: as a result of de-icing operations and runway clearing operations, both departing and arriving flights may be delayed or cancelled. Please consult your flight information on http://www.brusselsairport.be
before coming to the airport and contact your airline for further information.
Please consult your flight information on this website before coming to the airport or contact your airline company for further information. As the snowfall will also affect road traffic, passengers are advised to leave for the airport well ahead of their departure time.
All runways are cleared of snow. However, delays remain possible. Please check the flight informations on http://www.brusselsairport.be
Adverse weather including snow: our winter operations teams are clearing the runways. This may cause delays for both arriving and departing flights. Check your flight info on http://www.brusselsairport.be
and contact your airline for more information about your flight. Leave extra time for your journey to the airport.
"Let's try something different this year to bring passengers in a festive holiday mood." 🤔 "A giant Christmas globe?" "Sold!" 😍
Currently, around 1% of Brussels Airport’s employees commute to work by bicycle or on foot. Yet, the potential is much bigger. Thanks to the planned branch-off of the Leuven-Brussels cycle highway, airport employees will be offered a new and safe route away from other traffic.
The province of Flemish Brabant, Flanders, the municipality of Zaventem and Brussels Airport Company are joining forces to build a cycle road that gives direct access to the airport.
Saturday 2nd of December 2017, Brussels Airport organised a large-scale emergency drill to test and evaluate the preparedness of all airport emergency services in the event of an incident. The exercise organizers always cook up a pretty complex situation to allow the training of a multitude of disciplines and the involvement of all sorts of rescue teams. This year the fictitious scenario started with an arriving aircraft crashing into pier A...
More information >> http://www.brusselsairport.be/pressroom/large-scale-emergency-drill-at-brussels-airport/
Instagramming now on @wearebrusselsairport: Barbara, Airside Compliance Expert Benelux at DHL Aviation.
This afternoon a full-scale emergency drill will be held at Brussels Airport. During the drill there will be no impact for passengers.
On Saturday 2 December in the afternoon a full-scale emergency drill will be held at Brussels Airport. This type of drill is organised every two years and is a collaboration between the fire and rescue services, the province of Flemish Brabant, the Red Cross, the police and Brussels Airport. During?...
Lookin' good - the very first Emirates B777 flight featuring fully-enclosed First Class private suites landed at Brussels Airport this afternoon.