Let the kids let their hair down before the flight at the "Play&Care Kids' Corner" at
Gates A! They can have loads of fun with various games and gaming consoles in the Kids’ Corner. Looking
for a quiet space? Then head for the baby care unit, where you can breastfeed your little darling,
change nappies, warm up the baby’s food, or have him or her take a nap in the playpen.
The flight information display will tell you when to head for your gate. You can also use the
free WiFi and free app, and opt to receive notifications.
Located in Gates A, the Kids’ Corner is open round the clock. Walk past Tintin’s rocket and you will find
the play corner on your left-hand side. Time to play!
Food and drinks at Brussels Airport: tasty children menus!
Playing all day sure makes you, and especially the kids, really hungry. That is why the airport offers
tasty children menus in several of the airport’s restaurants
|Fast-food restaurant Quick
|Cozy Italian restaurant Amo
|Sandwich restaurant Panos
|Self-service restaurant Belgorama
|Fast-food restaurant Quick
Do you have baby food that needs warming up? Not a problem, we’ll gladly help you out
at any of our food courts. Do you prefer doing it
yourself? Then you are welcome to use the microwave at
Belgorama (Gates A), Bistrot (Gates B) and Exki (departures hall and Gates B).
We also remembered the little ones. Because a great many of our restaurants have baby seats,
so they can enjoy some delicious treats as well.
Want to quickly change your baby’s diaper before the flight? Don’t worry; there are changing
tables at the women’s bathrooms in the entire airport. Take a look at our maps to find all
Gift and other shops at Brussels Airport
Have you seen that big blue stuffed animal from the smurfs? Or were you completely blown away by our
Belgian icon Tintin’s rocket? The Gift Shops in Pier
A and B have all of it in store: from Lego and
Playmobil to Lilliputiens and Noukies, the kids love ‘em.
Travel documents for children
However young they are, everyone needs to posses a valid passport or identity card when travelling. This applies to both in and outside of Europe.
Children flying alone
Don’t those little rascals grow up fast?
Already at the age of 5, children are allowed to fly as an unaccompanied minor.
Are they younger? Then they need to wait it out, since children younger than 5 years old need to be
accompanied by an adult (18+).
Travelling pleasantly and safely go hand-in-hand with clear procedures and
a strict ID check.
Which is why we ask you as a responsible parent or guardian to transfer the unaccompanied minor to the
airport’s personnel when checking in.
It’s also important to state the details of who will pick up your child upon arrival.
They won’t be left on their own, that goes without saying.
The airport personnel and cabin crew will permanently accompany your child(ren) both before and during
This is even mandatory for children between the ages of 5 and 11.
From the ages of 12 to 18, the rules differ depending on the airline.
Some airlines simply do not allow 12 to 18-year olds to travel alone.
Inform yourself in advance to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
If the airline does allow this, children aged 12 to 18 years can only travel alone if they have written
permission to do so.
Usually, the town hall in your municipality will provide you with a standard form which you, as a parent
or guardian, must sign.
If your municipality does not have such a standard form, you can also write an authorisation yourself.
Want to know more? Contact your airline.
Flying with the youngest ones
No one will be forgotten at Brussels Airport, which is why we make the way to the airplane as pleasant as
possible for babies as well. Your baby won’t be getting a separate chair, but travels along on your lap.
Some companies use special baby chairs, but these are only for babies above the age of 2.
Want to find out more about flying with babies? Contact your
Do you like to know which way to go in advance? Explore our maps and be fully