Favourite airline: SAS
Flight tickets on the route London – Brussels are most frequently booked with SAS.
17 %
Aer Lingus
12 %
10 %
Tip: book directly before departure
The best time to find a cheap flight on this route is 0 days before travel. Save up to 19 %.
0 days before departure
Favourite connection: via Dublin
Stopover flights on this route are especially popular via Dublin, making up 30 % of bookings.
1 stopover Dublin
04h 55min, from £126
30 %
1 stopover Copenhagen
04h 50min, from £168
21 %
1 stopover Madrid Barajas
06h 40min, from £132
18 %
Return from £119.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 30/10/19 and returning on 13/11/19.


Flights from London to Brussels

The international short-haul flight route from London (LON) to Brussels (BRU) is a popular choice for tourists as well as business travellers in the United Kingdom. Brussels is the location of many EU institutions, the route is therefore an important communication link within the European Union. A direct flight is operated by Brussels Airlines in a flight time of only 1 hour and 10 minutes.Of the 5 airports in London, British Airways and Brussels Airlines currently both fly from Heathrow Airport. Scheduled non-stop services are presently not being operated from the other London airports.The distance between the capital of the United Kingdom and the capital city of Belgium comprises approximately 360 miles by road.


Cheap fight to Brussels

Since this route is not served by low cost carriers, passengers are strongly advised to purchase their air ticket well in advance of the date of travel. Last-minute tickets will usually be a lot more expensive than an air ticket that is booked well in advance of the date of departure and seats may also sell out quickly.


Destination Brussels

The destination airport, Brussels Airport, is located 7 miles north east of the Belgian capital city. Onward travel from the airport to Brussels city centre is available from the airport's own train station: Brussels National Airport railway station. Trains serve Brussels as well as many other cities in Belgium, with at least three trains an hour going to Brussels. Brussels second airport, Brussels South Charleroi Airport, is used mainly by no frills carriers, but is not currenty served by airlines from London airports.