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Brussels Airport is moving in to holiday mode this weekend

Brussels Airport is preparing to welcome tens of thousands of travelers in search of fun and sun at the time with the Friday. At Brussels Airportwe love to gratify our passengers, both big and small, as soon as they set foot in to the terminal. Concerts, animation, games and mascots: there is something for everyone.

Over 94,000 passengers, 50,000 of them out bound, are required at Brussels Airport this Friday. This could be the first peak traveling day of the year, marking the start of summer holidays, when over 5 million flyers will probably pass through their doors. 2.7 million travellers will pass through Brussels Airport at July independently, with no more than six days together with over 90,000 passengers. Even the 19th, 26th and 29th of July is going to likely be the busiest days of the month. Naturally, Brussels Airport and its partners are well ready to deal with the summer rush.

In this summer, European holiday destinations will probably again be topping the polls. For TUI traveling and Brussels Airlines customers, Spain and the Canary Islands are somewhat more popular than everfollowed by Greece. Other popular destinations such as TUI fly passengers are Tunisia, and Egypt, that has seen the largest increase in popularity compared to summer 2018, combined with Turkey, which is a favored by families planning to benefit from comprehensive deals. For Brussels Airlines, Porto, Lisbon, Barcelona and Nice are also doing nicely.

Entertainment galore

For Brussels Airport it is crucial for these holidaymakers their holiday needs to start when they go into the terminal. True to its own traditions, Brussels Airport will be welcoming that these millions of passengers in style. This summer’s theme is Festival Vibes. Since Belgium hosts numerous music festivals over the two summer weeks, the terminal will likely be all-singing along with all-dancing. Along with the theme decorations, we provide animation and games to the kids in Connector and the piers. Every Thursday at the late day, Toby Jacobs will likely be treating our passengers to your piano concert. In the end, a Chill Zone is going to be available again this summer in hallway 2 at which festival goers can relax and unwind.

The youngsters will probably be especially spoilt with dedicated animation. Mascots will probably be around for photo opportunities on a few days. On the other hand, kids can take part in a treasure hunt in ancient July.

A big new addition for kids this summer is kiddies Corner, available 24/7, that can be seen on Pier A, next to Starbucks. Designed for small children (aged from 0) and their parents, this very quiet area might be utilized free of charge to nurse and change babies in a comfortable setting, and sometimes maybe heat up babyfood. A second area will offer games and games consoles.

And to ensure passengers enjoy the very best possible vacation as of day you, Brussels Airport has any guidance:

Advice to get a hassle-free death:

• down load the Brussels Airport app in your smart phone. It’s free of charge, and gives practical information on the airport flights, restaurants, and stores, as well as parking.

• Leave for the airport in Time

• Pick on where you should park or be dropped off in advance: the drop-off,” P1-P2-P3. Take remember that thanks to works, usage of P2 and P3 has been modified.

• Reserve your parking place Beforehand on Our Site

• To conserve time, check in on-line

• Ready Your hands bags for safety when you arrive at the airport

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