At Brussels airport there is one Main Terminal divided in two areas: Concourse A (Pier) and Concourse B (Pier).
Passengers can reach these two piers from Arrivals and Departures Level.
In total, the airport has 109 gates.
The building is divided in several levels:
- Level -1: Railway Station
- Level 0: Buses and Taxis
- Level 2: Arrivals
- Level 3: Departures
Is the newest one at the airport and handles Schengen flights (gates A1-A60) and non-Schengen flights (gates T61-T72).
At the end of Concourse A (Pier) passengers can reach a transfer bus to go to Concourse B (B gates) At the second level there are some airline lounges.
It is only used for non-Schengen flights. The pier links directly with the Main Departure Hall through. On Level 3 there are gates from B1 to B40. On Level 0 there are gates from B80 to B98.
From Level 0 passengers can pick up the transfer bus that links with Concourse A (A and T gates).
On Level4 there are most of the shops, bars, restaurants and services.