Travelling by public transport
On specific routes, a bus or train ride to or from the airport is included in your ticket. Check on which routes this is and what to keep in mind.
Train between Belgium and France
When booking a trip to or from Brussels, you can select journeys that are partly operated by an international high-speed train (TGV). The train ride will automatically be added to your booking.
You can pick up your TGV train ticket at the airport or railway station. Are you travelling with a child younger than 2 years old who has their own booked seat? Don’t forget to pick up their train ticket as well.
Your carriage number and reserved seat number are on your train ticket. At the train station, you'll find the carriage number next to the entrance of the train carriage or on the platform signs. You may be subject to stricter security checks imposed by the Belgian government, so we advise you to go to the platform well in time.
From Brussels to Paris
From Paris to Brussels
Bus between Ottawa and Montreal
If you have booked a KLM flight and part of your journey will be from Ottawa Railway Station (XDS) to Montreal (YUL) or the other way around, you’ll travel this part by KLM bus. You can board the bus by showing your flight ticket and ID. This part of your trip by bus cannot be booked separately.
Depending on which direction you’re travelling in, this is where you can board the KLM bus and where the bus will drop you off:
- When departing from Ottawa Railway Station, you’ll board the bus at 200 Tremblay Road, next to highway 417. You arrive at Montreal airport in front of the KLM desks at Departure level.
- When departing from Montreal airport, you’ll board the bus in front of the customs hall, post 7, at the Arrival level. You arrive at Ottawa Railway Station at 200 Tremblay Road, next to highway 417.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to take this bus if you are:
- Travelling with a wheelchair
- Bringing your pet (unless it’s a trained support dog)
- Bringing a bike
- An unaccompanied minor