Antwerp has a small airport that is located in the suburb of Deurne. People usually just call it 'Deurne Airport'. It is the home base of the Flemish Airline (VLM), which has direct connections to Manchester and London (London City Airport). Most of the passengers using this airport are business travellers. During the winter, Welcome Air organises chartered flights to Innsbruck in Austria.
There is a bus service at the airport to the central station of Antwerp. The airport is located six kilometres to the south-east of the city centre and it is easy to reach by car. There are no hotels at the airport. Antwerp itself has a wide range of hotels.
It is a very small airport. There is one restaurant and a small shop with newspapers, magazine and tobacco. Because the airport is mostly used by business travellers, there are three lounges that are connected by a large lounge of meeting hall. Catering is available and there is also a 50 seat auditorium. The airport is very accessible to disabled people. There is a WiFi-spot for wireless Internet. In addition, there is a museum with old aeroplanes.
In the aviation industry Antwerp Airport is indicated with the abbreviations ANR (IATA airport code) and EBAW (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website Antwerp Airport.