Since the independence in 1830, Belgium has grown into a country with over 11 million inhabitants. The majority of the Belgians live in and around Brussels. Belgium exists out of two main regions; the region Flanders (Dutch language) is located in the north and the region Wallonia (French language) is located in the south. Belgium has five airports in use for international passenger flights. One is located near Antwerp, one near Liege, one near Ostend and two near the capital Brussels (Brussels Airport and Charleroi Airport). We offer useful information on these airports.
Time zone: Central European Time +1
National Day: 21 July
Airport: vliegveld (Dutch) / aéroport (French)