|WORLD AREA CODE||409|
|IATA METROPOLITAN CODE||BRU|
LAT / LON 50°54'5"N / 4°29'3"E
Station ID: EBBR
Observation Time: 25/05/2021 7:09 am
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About Brussels Airport Code
Brussels Airport code is BRU. This airport derives its name and IATA code from Brussels–the capital of Belgium. Its elevation above sea level is 56 meters.
About Brussels Airport (BRU)
Brussels Airport (BRU) is an international airport about 12 km to Brussel’s northeast. Regarded as the continent’s one of the busiest airports, this facility is also an economic catalyst as it provides employment to over 20,000 people.
Brussels Airport (BRU) is operated by The Brussels Airport Company.
Brussels Airport (BRU) Runways
Brussels Airport (BRU) is serviced three world-class runways:
01/19 2,987 m asphalt
07R/25L 3,311 m asphalt
07L/25R 3,638 m asphalt
These three runways handle 234,460 aircraft movements along with 500,702 tonnes of cargo.
Brussels Airport (BRU) Terminal
Brussels Airport (BRU) features a single terminal building that is divided into different levels. There is a bus station, railway station, and many other facilities for passengers and people in general alike.
Nearest Airports to Brussels Airport (BRU)
Brussels South Charleroi Airport 55 km
Antwerp International Airport 56 km
Liege Airport 95 km
Lille Airport 108 km
Maastricht Aachen Airport 121 km
Ostend – Bruges International Airport 121 km
Eindhoven Airport 142 km
Major Passenger Airlines Operating from Brussels Airport (BRU)
All Nippon Airways
|01-19||9,800 ft||164 ft||Asphalt||Yes|
|07R-25L||10,535 ft||148 ft||Asphalt||Yes|
|07L-25R||11,936 ft||148 ft||Concrete||Yes|