Guide for facilities in Brussels Airport
Flights operated by ANA group will arrive at Concourse B of Brussels Airport.
- Baggage Claim
Flights operated by ANA group will depart from Concourse B of Brussels Airport.
- Security Check／Fast Lane
・The Check-In Counter for NH232 will be open from 3 hours prior to scheduled departure time.
・Please check the location of ANA Check-in counter at the airport. Usually ANA uses Row number 01, however it may be subject to change.
Priority Lanes for security check : Fast Lane
Business Class customers, Star Alliance Gold members are able to use priority lanes after check-in to pass through the security check by presenting your boarding pass.
ANA → Other Airlines
Please follow the signage stating "Connections" and pass through security.
Passengers Connecting to Flights Bound for Schengen Countries
After passing through security, follow the signage for Gates A and pass through immigration. Then, proceed to the boarding gate for your connecting flight.
Passengers Connecting from ANA to Flights Bound for Non-Schengen Countries
After passing through security, follow the signage for Gates B or Gates T and then proceed to the boarding gate for your connecting flight.
Other Airlines → ANA
Passengers connecting from Schengen Countries to ANA Flight
Please follow the signage for Gates B. Pass through immigration and proceed to the boarding gate for your ANA flight.
Passengers connecting from Non-Schengen Countries to ANA Flight
Passengers arriving from a country that is part of a One Stop Security arrangement (e.g., the U.K.) can proceed to the boarding gate without having to pass through security and immigration. After arrival, proceed to the Departures floor and then to the boarding gate for your ANA flight. (This service may not be available depending on your arrival gate. In this instance, pass through security, follow the signage for Gates B and then proceed to the boarding gate for your ANA flight.)
All other passengers should follow the signage for Gates B, pass through security and then proceed to the boarding gate for their ANA flight.
About the Schengen Agreement
The establishment of the EU and the tying of the Schengen Agreement have greatly simplified entry and departure procedures within Europe. The Schengen Agreement was first signed in 1985 in Schengen, a small town in Luxembourg, and implemented in 1995.
Once a Japanese national has arrived at one of country, travel within the country is treated as "internal (domestic)" travel. The entry procedures for Japanese nationals are as follows.
Disembarkation (entry) procedures
When traveling to a Schengen country via another Schengen country Entry procedures are taken only in the first country of arrival.
Customs inspection for carry-on baggage is made at the first country of arrival and at the final destination for checked-in baggage.
Example: Narita(Japan) to Madrid(Spain) via Brussels(Belgium)
Entry procedures and customs inspection for carry-on baggage is processed in Brussels(Belgium).
Customs inspection for checked-in baggage is processed in Madrid(Spain).
Embarkation (departure) procedures
When traveling from a Schengen country via another Schengen country.
The departure procedures are taken only in the last Schengen country to be departed from. The customs inspection is made at the destination country.
Example: Madrid(Spain) to Narita(Japan) via Brussels(Belgium)
The departure procedures are taken in Brussels(Belgium), and customs inspection done in Narita(Japan).