Liege-Bierset Airport

Liege airport was initially dedicated to cargo activities, regular and charter flights are only offered by TUI fly Belgium. Liege is the Dutch name for the city, the French name is Luik and the German name is Lüttich.

Also discover other airports in Belgium: Brussels airport, Charleroi airport, Ostend Bruges airport and Antwerp airport.

Where is Liege airport located?

This airport is located west of Liege, directly on the A15 / E42 motorway (exit 3). The fastest way to get to the airport from the Netherlands is via the A2, the motorway between Amsterdam and Maastricht.

How many terminals at Belgian airport?

The airport consists of a large modern terminal; the car parks at Liege Airport are located directly in front of the airport building.

What is the distance from Luik airport to the center of Liege?

Via the A15 / E42 and A602 / E25 you are in the city in 15 minutes, the distance between the two places is 12 kilometers.

Which airlines fly to and from Liege Airport?

Currently, there is only one airline that regularly operates flights from this airport. It serves flights to:

Algiers-H. Boumediene,



Las Palmas / Gran Canaria,

Malaga-Costa del Sol,


Tenerife-South Queen Sofia




Heraklion-N. Kazantzákis,

Izmir-A. Menderes,



Palma de Mallorca,


Tetouan-Sania R’mel

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How to get to Luik airport by public transport?

–         Public transport – Bus

Bus 57 runs between the largest station in Liege (Liege, Gare des Guillemins) and Liege airport (Bierset, Liege Airport), seven times a day in both directions from Monday to Friday. Bus 57 does not run on weekends and public holidays. Bus 53 runs between Place Saint-Lambert in the city and the airport from early in the morning to late at night all week. The journey by bus with bus 57 takes an average of 20 minutes, the journey time with bus 53 is over 30 minutes.

You can buy a ticket from the bus driver for € 2.50 (1 trip). Keep in mind that the ultra-modern Liege-Guillemins station is located south of the center and you can only get to the center (Liege, Place Saint-Lambert) by bus 53. From the Netherlands, there is a direct train every hour from Maastricht station to Liege-Guillemins, the journey takes 32 minutes. A standard adult train ticket costs € 5.80. More information can be found here, Airport public transport and the NMBS Europe website.

How much does a taxi cost from your front door to Liege Airport?

If you have an early flight from airport or if you just prefer to take a taxi to the airport, you can book a taxi from one of the many providers. One example is TaxiTender, they offer reliable and inexpensive airport transfers from your front door to airport and back.

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