Brussels International Airport is an increasingly popular hub, and has unrivaled connections to Central Africa.

For transatlantic connections, the following are available:
  • Air Canada: direct from Montreal
  • Brussels Airlines: direct from New York-JFK and Washington Dulles
  • Delta: direct from Atlanta and New York-JFK
  • United: direct from Chicago O’Hare, Newark and Washington Dulles
  • US Airways: direct from Philadelphia and Charlotte
As the capital of the European Union and home to NATO’s Headquarters, Brussels has a vast selection of international schools:
  • The International School of Brussels
  • St John’s International School
  • The British School of Brussels
  • Brussels American School
  • Lycee Francais, Brussels
  • The Scandinavian School of Brussels
  • The four different European Schools in Brussels
From Brussels, you have a number of options:
  1. Use the Thalys train to head into the Netherlands and visit Amsterdam International School and the American School of the Hague, then use Amsterdam Schipol airport for your onward journey.
  2. Catch the High Speed Eurostar direct to London (2 hours 22 minutes, EUR 45, and continue your visits at the various international schools there. See TASIS’s pages for info
  3. Head south to Paris via Thalys and visit the international schools in Paris
  4. Hire a car to travel to UWC Maastricht and AF North nearby, a journey of about 2 hours by car.