Brussels National Airport railway station is a terminus train station at Brussels Airport. It was opened in 1958 in the old airport building, mainly for the universal exposition in Brussels. With the opening of a new airport terminal in 1994, the railway station was moved in 1998 to a new location inside the new building. The trains arrive and leave from level −1, with ticket desks on level 0. Passengers can go to the different floors in the airport and railway station by using the escalators or elevators.
The train station connects the airport directly to all the train stations of Antwerp, Brussels (including suburbs), De Panne, Ghent, Hasselt, Landen, Leuven, Mechelen, Nivelles and Quévy.