New Air&Rail Terminal Air France and KLM inaugurated at Brussels-Midi/Zuid


Today, KLM CEO Marjan Rintel, along with the Permanent Representative of The Netherlands to the EU, Pieter Jan Kleiweg de Zwaan and the French Ambassador in Belgium, Francois Sénémaud, opened the fully refurbished Air&Rail Terminal of Air France and KLM. The lounge is located at the Brussels-Midi/Zuid train station and offers new spaces in an elegant atmosphere. Air France and KLM are continuing to invest in their Air&Rail offer between Belgium, France, and The Netherlands, having offered over 4,500,000 seats on 93,000 high-speed trains since the introduction of the service in March 2001.

We're proud to continue investing in the Air&Rail product. We remain fully committed to ensuring a smooth customer journey, making the train an ever-better alternative to air on short-haul routes in Europe. We're working closely with our partners to optimize the Air&Rail offer for our customers, who can connect to over 300 destinations worldwide via Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Marjan Rintel, CEO KLM

For over 20 years, Air France and KLM have provided their customers to and from Belgium with a fully integrated service, allowing them to combine train and air travel in the same booking. With the Air&Rail offer, customers have one single booking for their entire journey, and a guaranteed seat on the next available flight or train if their flight or train is delayed. Dedicated teams assist customers in stations. 

Members of Flying Blue, the loyalty program of Air France and KLM, enjoy all the benefits associated with their status, including accumulation of Miles, priority access to check-in counters thanks to the SkyPriority service, access to the Eurostar Lounge at Brussels-Midi/Zuid train station, additional baggage allowance, and free access to seat options on board their flight. Air France customers connecting in Paris-Charles de Gaulle also benefit from the through check-in of their baggage from Brussels-Midi/Zuid train station to their destination. KLM customers benefit from SkyPriority at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, giving them priority at check-in, boarding, and baggage handling, as well as priority lanes at security and immigration. 

Since 2022, KLM customers transferring in Amsterdam Schiphol Airport can check in online from 30 hours before departure for their entire journey, including train travel on Eurostar. This is a time saver with a last check-in time up to 30 minutes before departure. Air France customers travel in 1st class on board TGV INOUI. KLM customers travelling in Business Class travel in Premium on Eurostar trains. 

This summer, a 7th daily high-speed connection will be added between the Brussels-Midi/Zuid train station and Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.  

Combined Air&Rail tickets can be purchased on,, at the ticketing desk in the Brussels-Midi/Zuid train station, or at any travel agency. The Air&Rail Terminal is open daily from 5:30 am until 6:30 pm.