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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
8 hours 31 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Vienna|
|Flights arrive in:||Brussels|
|Airlines:||csa, Eurowings, Germanwings, Lot Polish Airlines, Laudamotion, Iberia, Vueling, KLM|
The Belgian capital is an attractive destination for vacationers as much as for EU politicians, providing plenty of ornate Baroque architecture as well as alluring beer bars and chocolatiers. Travelers heading to Belgium from Austria can take direct flights from Vienna to Brussels seven days a week with a choice of airlines, including a national carrier. Departure times range from early morning to late evening. Indirect connections provide additional flight options to Brussels.
Austrian Airlines, the national carrier, has direct flights from Vienna to Brussels, while Brussels Airlines also offers direct connections on this route, with some of its services provided by its affiliates Cityjet or Germanwings. Indirect connections include KLM departures via Amsterdam and Vueling routes via Barcelona.
The quickest flights on the 927 km flight north-west from Vienna to Brussels are some direct services with Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines, taking one hour and 40 minutes to reach the Belgian city. Most direct flights take five minutes longer. The fastest indirect connection is the KLM connection via Amsterdam, taking three hours and 25 minutes to complete the trip to Brussels.
Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines schedules offer seven daily flights from Vienna to Brussels, except on Mondays, when there are eight departures, and Saturdays when there are six. There are also more than ten daily indirect connections with a variety of airlines and routes, with one change in transit. Departure times to Brussels range from early morning to mid-evening.
Departure airport: Vienna Airport is located 18 km south-east of the city center, with public transport transfers from downtown available on express buses, CAT trains, Railjet services or S7 local trains, taking 15-20 minutes. Terminal facilities include long and short stay parking lots, sandwich bars, restaurants, coffee shops, duty-free stores, business lounges, and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Brussels Airport is located 11 km north-east of Brussels city center, with trains and shuttle bus services taking about 20-30 minutes to reach downtown. Facilities in the passenger terminal include currency exchange bureaux, duty-free stores, Belgian beer bars, restaurants, coffee shops, free WiFi, car rental desks and taxi stands.