Flights from New York to Brussels

Flight information New York to Brussels

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 3662 miles

7h 10min

Most popular airline last month


Brussels International and Brussels S. Charleroi

2 airports

Explore Brussels

Brussels Hotels

Hotel Amigo


The Dominican


Pantone Hotel


Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Brussels: Brussels International and Brussels S. Charleroi.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New York to Brussels is $253. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
7h 10min is the average flight time from New York to Brussels.
There are 6 airlines who fly non-stop from New York to Brussels.
There are 21 flights per week flying from New York to Brussels, as of July.

If you are thinking about taking a trip to Brussels, Belgium, then you might be looking into the possibility of booking a flight from New York to Brussels. Skyscanner can help you to achieve your goals and get the best possible deal when it comes to your travels.

Flying Out of New York

New York is one of the largest cities in the United States, and as a result, it has three of the largest international airports in the nation as well. When you are traveling from New York, any one of these airports can help you to get wherever you want to go in the world. The three airports serving the New York area include LaGuardia Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and JFK International Airport.

Of these three major travel hubs in New York, JFK International Airport is the largest and the busiest. It served just shy of 59 million passengers in the year 2016 while LaGuardia served 29.8 million passengers, and Newark Liberty International served 40 million passengers. Because all three of these airports are quite expansive and serve so many passengers, you will want to be sure that you allot yourself plenty of time to get to the airport, get yourself parked, and make your way through security and to your gate. Arriving two hours ahead of time is considered standard, but when you are traveling during peak travel hours (such as first thing in the morning), you will want to add thirty minutes to an hour more to ensure you do not miss your flight.

Airlines Traveling Between New York and Brussels

While you have your choice of three airports when you are leaving from New York, your airline choices are quite a bit more extensive. Some of these airline options include:

  • KLM
  • Air Europa
  • United
  • SAS
  • Finnair
  • Aeroflot
  • Iberia
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Delta
  • Air Canada
  • British Airways

Your Arrival in Brussels

Your arrival in Brussels will be at one of the two major airports in the city. These two airports are the Brussels Airport and the Brussels South Charleroi Airport. The Brussels Airport is the largest and busiest of the two and served 21.8 million passengers in 2016 while the Brussels South Charleroi Airport served about 7.3 million passengers in the same year.

It is most likely that you will fly into Brussels Airport when you travel to Brussels because of the sheer size difference between the two airports. When you arrive, trains and buses can take you from the airport throughout Brussels as well as to the other major cities in Belgium. Limousines and taxis will also be made available at the arrivals terminal if you would so like.

You can also rent a car from one of the six rental car companies that have offices in the arrivals hall of the Brussels Airport. These rental companies include Europcar, Enterprise, Thrifty, Sixt, Avis/Budget, and Hertz. If you would like, you can book your Brussels Airport rental car ahead of time using the Skyscanner car rental search feature. This will help ensure you get the best price on your rental car and that you can streamline the entire process when you land in Brussels.

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