This Route is Operated by:
Ryanair, Jetairfly, Iberia, Vueling, Czech Airlines
Search and compare
Browse a variety of travel options in one place with Omio
Support you can count on
Once you’ve booked your ticket, our customer service team is there to assist you
|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 42 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Barcelona|
|Flights arrive in:||Brussels|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Ryanair, TAP Portugal, Vueling|
The flight schedule from the Catalan city to Brussels is one of Europe's busiest routes for business, but vacationers from Spain heading to northern Europe can also take advantage of frequent direct flights from Barcelona to Brussels. There are direct flights seven days a week, with a choice of operators, including national carriers and a budget airline. Departure times range from early morning flights, suitable for morning business trips, to late evening services getting into Brussels around midnight.
Spanish national carrier Iberia, operating in partnership with its budget affiliate Vueling, offers daily direct flights to Brussels. Belgian national airline Brussels Airlines also operates direct flights on this route, in addition to budget carrier Ryanair, which has daily direct connections from Barcelona.
The fastest flight option for the 662-mile trip north from Barcelona to Brussels is the late evening Brussels Airlines departure, taking two hours to reach the Belgian capital. Other Brussels Airlines services take five minutes longer, while Ryanair, Iberia and Vueling flights take two hours and 15 minutes to complete the journey from Spain.
Schedules on this route are the same seven days a week, with a total of ten daily direct flights to Brussels from Barcelona. Budget operator Ryanair provides four daily flights on this route. Daily departure times include three morning flights, three afternoon services and three evening connections to Brussels.
Departure airport: Barcelona El Prat Airport is one of Europe's largest airports, situated approximately nine miles south-west of central Barcelona. It can be reached by frequent public transport links from downtown on Aerobus express services and trains on Metro line L9, taking 20-30 minutes to reach the airport. Passenger facilities include long and short-stay parking lots, a luxury spa, tapas bars and restaurants, duty-free stores, business lounges, and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Brussels Airport is located eight miles north-east of the city center, with public transport options including shuttle buses and trains, taking around 20 minutes to get to the center. The passenger terminal has fashion stores, Belgian chocolatiers, coffee shops, international restaurants, beer bars, business lounges, and free WiFi.