During the morning the
sunside passes through the windows at one side of pier B at Brussels
airport in november 2008.
The division between pier A and pier B at Brussels airport is a matter
of Schengen. This treaty abolished border control between certain
countries of the European Union. Schengen is a place in the
Neatherlands were the treaty was agreed.
While at pier A
you find flights that are without border control, pier
B at Brussels airport handles the intercontinental flights and the
flights towards European countries outside the Schengen zone, like the
United Kingdom and Switzerland.