Getting to Antwerp by plane

Antwerp is situated near two airports. Zaventem is 45 kilometres from Antwerp, or 30 minutes by car. Deurne Airport is a 15-minute drive from Antwerp. Brussels South Charleroi Airport and Eindhoven Airport are two other airports from which you can reach Antwerp easily. Check out the information and links below.

 

Antwerp Airport (7 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.antwerp-airport.be

Bus (De Lijn): 51, 52, 53 to Antwerp Berchem (15 min.)
+ transfer to bus 21, 32 or tram 9, 11 to Antwerp City Centre (Rooseveltplaats)
Bus station next to terminal
Fare: € 3

Taxi to Antwerp City Centre (+/- 15 min.)
Fare: +/- € 15
 
You can fly direct to Antwerp from the following destinations:
 
With CityJet:
London
 
With flyvlm:
Geneva
Hamburg
Southampton
 
With Tuifly:
Alicante
Barcelona
Ibiza
Malaga
Mallorca
Murcia
Nador
Split
 

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (115 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.charleroi-airport.com

Train (+/- 120 min.)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Bus station to Charleroi train station next to terminal.
Fare: +/- € 17
www.belgian-rail.be

Taxi to Antwerp City Centre (+/- 75 min.)
Fare: +/- € 170
 

Eindhoven Airport (87 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.eindhovenairport.nl

Bus DB Bahn (+/- 75 min)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Bus station next to terminal
Fare: from € 9
www.bahn.de/icbus

Taxi to Antwerp City Centre (+/- 60 min.)
Fare: +/- € 110
 

Düsseldorf Airport (200 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.dus.com

Bus DB Bahn (+/- 3u 20 min)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Bus station next to terminal
Fare: from € 14
www.bahn.de/icbus
 

International Airport Ostend-Bruges

www.ost.aero

Train (+/- 105 min)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Train station 15 min. from airport by taxi
Fare: from € 18
www.belgian-rail.be

Schiphol Amsterdam Airport (160 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.schiphol.nl

Intercity train (+/- 120 min)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Train station below airport
Fare: from € 29

Thalys high-speed train (+/-60 min)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Train station below airport
Fare: from € 29 (booking in advance)
www.b-europe.com

Rotterdam The Hague Airport (110 km from Antwerp City Centre)

http://www.rotterdamthehagueairport.nl/

Train to Antwerp Centraal (Central Station)
Thalys high-speed train (+/- 65 min.)
Intercity Direct (+/- 100 min.)

Taxi to Antwerp City Centre (+/- 100 min.)
Fare: +/- €100

 

Brussels Airport (45 km from Antwerp City Centre)

www.brusselsairport.be

Train: “Brussels Airport Express” (34 min.)
Antwerpen Centraal (Central Station)
Railway station (NMBS) at level -1
Fare: € 12,40

Bus: “Airport Express (+/- 45 min.)
Antwerpen (G. Le Grellelaan – Crowne Plaza hotel and Koningin Astridplein – Central Station)
Bus station at level 0
Fare: € 10
www.airportexpress.be
More information

Taxi to Antwerp City Centre (+/- 40 min.)
Fare: +/- € 75

 

Are you planning on coming to Antwerp by car? Please note that the city centre of Antwerp is now a low emission zone. Register your vehicle before coming to Antwerp and check whether you can enter the zone.

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