"Belgium has two international airports" Belgium Transportation Tip by dedeckerm.

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by dedeckerm.

Belgium has two international airports, the main one being Zaventem, 14km north-east of Brussels.
The other one, Deurne, is close to Antwerp and has less frequent flights to Amsterdam, London, Liverpool and Dublin only.
Depending on when you leave, flights to London can be cheaper from Deurne.
If you're in Europe already, a bus or train is the best option.
Eurolines and Hoverspeed Citysprint operate international bus services to and from Belgium.
Belgium Railways has frequent international services. Brussels has three main station and is the central hub, with lines in all directions.
Two companies operate car/passenger ferries to and from Britain: North Sea Ferries (overnight from Zeebrugge to Hull) and Oostende Lines/Sally Ferries (six boats daily between Ostend and Ramsgate).

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  • Updated Sep 12, 2002
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