Book flights from Brussels to Colombo with Qatar Airways
Flying from Brussels
Modern, friendly and incredibly efficient, Brussels International Airport manages to pack a great deal into one terminal. The multi-storey complex is well laid out and easy to navigate, while every convenience has been included to make your check-in and departure as easy as possible.
Brussels International Airport offers flights and connections to all the major financial and business centres around the world, as well as an excellent public transport system that will take you from the heart of the city to the airport quickly and easily.
Transportation and parking
Bus stops are located outside the main entrance to the left, while the railway station is opposite the main entrance. There are a total of 12,000 parking spaces, 10,800 of which are within walking distance of the terminal building.
Special VIP, disabled and extra-secure parking services are available, as well as short, medium and long-term parking. Pick-up and drop-off areas are located around the terminal, with the ‘Kiss and Fly’ departure point located outside the terminal entrance.
Arriving at Brussels International Airport
Passengers flying with Qatar Airways will arrive at the main entrance to Brussels International Airport. Departures Halls 1 and 2 and all check-in facilities are located on Level 3. Travellers will also find a selection of shops, lounges and cafés on this main level, as well as connections to the various departure gates including Gates B01 to B40.
Facilities and amenities
A wide selection of outlets supply passengers with everything from fine perfumes and jewellery to wellness goods, luggage and leather goods. Shops are ranged around Pier A in the main terminal building.
A choice of cafés and refreshment shops are available, offering healthy smoothies to a more substantial pre-flight snack before you board. ATMs and a Bureau de Change are available for all international travellers to use.
Arriving in Colombo
Book a flight to Colombo with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a cultural melting-pot that is vibrant, and full of character and interesting sights. Colombo is Sri Lanka’s largest city, and manages to retain its traditional cultural identity whilst still being one of the Asia-Pacific region’s fastest-growing economies.
From temples to museums, a selection of galleries that showcase local artists and wonderfully vibrant markets, Colombo is a feast for the senses. A flight to Colombo with Qatar Airways introduces you to this remarkable location.
Filled with museums, cultural icons, distinctive architecture and beautiful open spaces, Colombo is a live representation of Sri Lanka’s rich history and culture that stems from multiple influxes of different ethnic groups and colonial influences.
You can discover more about the various cultures that have influenced the country at the National Museum of Colombo and the Dutch Period Museum.
Other must-see attractions in the city include the Buddhist temples of Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya, Gangaramaya and Seema Malaka -- the latter of which is famed for its incredibly tranquil lakeside location.
Traditional Sri Lankan entertainment incorporates intricate shadow puppetry, and one of the more eccentric attractions is the Traditional Puppet Art Museum, where you’ll see delicately crafted puppets and dioramas made by local artists.
Flights to Colombo with Qatar Airways land at Bandaranaike International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Colombo please check the visa and passport requirements.
Discover an easy, relaxed and comfortable way to fly from the heart of Europe to explore the riches of the East with Qatar Airways flights from Brussels to Colombo.
Fly with one of the world’s leading airlines and arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport after a relaxing, comfortable trip that leaves you ready to do business or discover the mysteries of Sri Lanka.
Colombo has been a trading centre for over 2,000 years, and today the glittering, ultra-modern skyline of its commercial centre overlooks the same harbour used for centuries by spice traders and silk merchants. A kaleidoscope of colours, sounds and smells, Colombo is a juxtaposition of high-end luxury and Eastern mystery that will enchant you from the moment you land.