SAS offers connections to Brussels from more than 100 cities in the US, making it easy to fly to Belgium's capital city. Find flights to Brussels, book tickets and check in online. We also provide destination information about Brussels and other SAS destinations.
Relax and enjoy your flight
SAS is focused on helping you have the best travel experience possible on your Brussels flights. On board, you'll experience world-class service, multiple inflight entertainment options and a variety of menu choices. For maximum comfort onboard, all of our planes are equipped with ergonomic seats. Passengers in SAS Business or SAS Plus, which one can upgrade to from SAS Go, can take advantage of Fast Track security access where available. We also offer a 24-hour money-back guarantee in case you need to change or cancel your intinerary.
If you're flying with children, you can take advantage of convenient options for a more enjoyable flight. All of our seats are equipped with entertainment systems, featuring a broad range of movie channels, music, stories and video games. On transatlantic SAS flights, you can order infant and children's meals 24 hours in advance. You can also book baby bassinets (infants up to nine months) and children's sleeping bags in advance. Kids and adults earn EuroBonus frequent flyer points to use towards future flights, hotel stays and car rentals.
Book flights to Brussels online
Start planning your Brussels flights today on the SAS website. You can easily find departures, book your tickets and check in online. We offer connections to Brussels from more than 100 cities in the US, as well as direct flights to major cities in Scandinavia from our four US hubs: New York Newark, Washington DC, Chicago and San Francisco.
Brussels is a dynamic blend of Flemish and French and medieval and modern. Named a European Capital of Culture in 2000, the city is filled with Art Nouveau architecture, museums and numerous restaurants and pubs. Brussels' central square, the Grand Place, is flanked by chocolate shops, cafes and historical buildings like the Gothic Hôtel de Ville. During your visit, make sure you join the locals at a pub and sample the multiple varieties of local Belgian beer. Don't forget to take home some delicious Belgian chocolates as a souvenir. Explore Belgium's capital city today and book your Brussels flights online with SAS.
What's up in Brussels
|Grand Place |
Okay, okay, this is very touristy, but it's ever so pretty: De grote Markt.
If you like design and the 50s, the Atomium is the place to go.
|Design stuff |
Hoet is the name for design stuff in Belgium. Go and check it out!
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A fantastic area, well worth a visit if you want to distance yourself from the more obvious parts of Brussels. It's only a short hop from the center, but it feels like a million miles away. Wander its narrow and crowded streets and treat yourself to a bite in one of the many African and Asian restaurants that populate the area.
Rob, editor, Crew Guide
À la morte subite
À la morte subite (or "sudden death" in English) is one of the traditional watering holes, a bit off Grand Place. Inside, you will find friendly service, decent prices (did I mention it was off Grand Place?) and the original 1928 Art Deco interior. Sample some of the numerous Belgian beers - and don't forget the house brand: À la mort subite. I did - and I'm still alive.
Corner of Rue de l'Etuve and Rue du Chêne
New York has the Statue of Liberty, Copenhagen has the mermaid and Brussels has the Manneken Pis. The statue of a little boy in a somewhat compromising position has been a major tourist attraction in the city for several centuries.