About Antwerp International Airport (ANR)
Antwerp International Airport is a small commercial airport serving Belgium’s second city and the surrounding Flanders region. Our guide to the airport includes important contact information, details on terminal facilities and a list of recommended nearby hotels.
There is an information point (tel: +32 3 285 6500) in the terminal – English and French are spoken in addition to Flemish/Dutch.
From central Antwerp head southeast on Van Eycklei (N184) until you arrive at the junction with Binnensingel (R10). Turn right onto the R10 for 1km (0.6 miles) and then turn left onto Borsbeekbrug, which leads to the airport.
Antwerp Airport is located approximately 5km (3 miles) southeast of central Antwerp, in northern Belgium.
+32 3 285 6500
Public transport road:
Bus:Bus lines 51, 52 and 53 (tel: +32 70 220 200; www.delijn.be/nl) operate from immediately outside the airport to Berchem Station, from where buses and trains operate into the city centre (journey time: 25 minutes; fare: €3).
Taxi:A cab from the airport into the city centre will take around 15-20 minutes and cost upwards of €20 (tel: +32 3 230 5555; www.taxi-antwerpen-service.com). Taxis are available outside the terminal to coincide with flight arrivals.
Public transport rail:
The airport is approximately 10 minutes by bus 51, 52 or 53 from Antwerpen-Berchem railway station, which connects to Antwerp Central Station (tel: +32 2 528 2828; www.belgianrail.be). From here services run to destinations throughout Belgium and beyond.
An ATM dispensing both Euros and Pounds Sterling is located in the terminal, along with an exchange machine.
There is a restaurant/bar overlooking the runway, which has an outdoor terrace that opens during summer.
There is a small airport shop offering a basic range of everyday items and gifts. Duty-free is not currently available. There is also a new food market and bar.
Left luggage facilities are not available. Trolleys are provided within the terminal. For lost property enquiries, contact the information desk (tel: +32 3 285 6500) or contact your airline’s handling company.
The small on-site Stampe & Vertongen Museum (tel: +32 474 877 366; www.stampe.be) pays tribute to the Antwerp aviation pioneers Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen. Group guided tours of the airport can also be arranged.
Special assistance is available for disabled passengers – this should be arranged prior to travelling with the relevant airline. Disabled toilets are available and the terminal is fully wheelchair accessible.
Around 900 car parking spaces are available on the airport site, with different tariffs available for long- and short-term stays.
Car hire operators Hertz, Sixt and Europcar are represented at the airport, with desks situated in Arrivals.