Brussels South Charleroi Airport (ICAO: EBCI, IATA: CRL) is Belgium's second busiest airport offering international flights as well as being a general aviation airfield and home to 3 flying schools. A separate General Aviation Terminal offers facilities for business travellers. Below the airport you will find the train station which provides direct links into Brussels as well as across Belgium. It's busiest day of the year is typically 29th July.
Brussels Charleroi Airport is located around 6.5 km north of Charleroi and 47 km south of central Brussels.
Brussels Charleroi Airport has airport connections to over 230 destinations worldwide including 93 in Europe, 2 in Asia, 19 in Africa and 2 in North America. Top most popular destinations airport pairs include airports in the cities of Bucharest, Milan, Warsaw and Budapest. Brussels Charleroi Airport served over seven million passengers in 2016 with around 75000 movements overall, including commercial and business travel. With a 2550m runway Brussels Charleroi Airport provides flexibility in terms of aircraft choice, from larger luxury private jets to smaller high performance turboprops. There are 10 private jets available for charter currently at Brussels Charleroi Airport including the Cessna Citation Jet, Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, Dassault Falcon 2000LX, Dassault Falcon 7X and the Bombardier Challenger 350.