On Monday 5 October, work will start on the Kiss & Fly area at Brussels Airport, the passenger drop-off area in front of the terminal where drivers can stop briefly to allow passengers to alight. Because of the work, only 1 lane will be open and there will be fewer drop-off spaces available. Passengers are advised to leave for the airport well ahead of their departure time and use the car parks or to come by public transport.
During 8 weeks essential works will be carried out on the pavement of the Kiss & Fly area at Brussels Airport, on the side of the car parks. The supporting structure under the pavement is likely to be affected by water infiltration.
Thorough renovation is required to ensure the good condition of the pavement and the supporting structure.
Work will start on Monday, October 5 and will take until the end of November. The work will be done 6 days out of 7, from 6 am till 8 pm.
Queues towards the Kiss & Fly area are highly likely as the left lane will be out of service to allow for the work to be carried out, which means, only 1 lane will be available. In addition, 1 in 4 drop-off spaces on the Kiss & Fly area will not be available. All car parks remain accessible when entering the airport and along the side of the Kiss & Fly-zone.
Brussels Airport advises passengers to leave for the airport well ahead of their departure time and use the car parks or to look for alternative transport.
The airport would like to remind you that the Kiss & Fly area is intended solely to quickly drop off passengers and not to pick passengers up. Motorists who come to collect arriving passengers, are requested to use one of the car parks.
Brussels Airport, 2 October 2015