How to participate? Concrete proposal

Monday 22nd of July starting at 7pm act on social networks and reveal what Brussels Airlines’s advertising will never say. You can find the instructions here. The concept From Monday 22 July at 7pm and for 24 hours this action is carried out as part of the Brussels Airlines stop deportations campaign. Beyond the company’s active participation in the structurally violent system of expulsions, Brussels Airlines uses and abuses a... View Article


Brussels Airlines: Stop deporting migrants and asylum seekers Brussels Airlines is voluntarily doing the Belgian government’s dirty work, flying persecuted migrants and asylum seekers back to countries where their lives are in danger — and ignoring the police violence they suffer in the process. In Belgium, a group of over 50 brave individuals are striving to put an end to it. Just days ago, they occupied Brussels Airlines’ headquarters, signalling... View Article

Press review: Occupation of Brussels Airlines headquarters

Monday 13th May, around fifty activists occupied Brussels Airlines headquarters, close to Zaventem airport (Brussels International airport). The aim of this action was to call on the airline to refuse to participate in migrant deportations. The police intervened but no arrests were made. The activists occupied the entrance of the building as well as the main hall while broadcasting a radio program about migrant expulsion. A large banner with the... View Article

The campaign

As an operator of forced expulsions of migrants, Brussels Airlines collaborates with migration policies that violate the fundamental rights of the affected people, without any law requiring it to do so. Deported persons are sent back to countries where they do not want to go. Physical and psychological violence is used against them. Expelling them is tantamount to acting in complete contradiction with the values stated by the company, which... View Article