Located 2km outside of Antwerp, Brussels, Antwerp International Airport (ANR) is a boutique airport that provides convenient flights to and from Manchester and London. Due to its small runway, it is unable to accommodate larger aircrafts.Despite its small size, Antwerp International Airport (ANR) serves between five and ten thousand public passengers a month. Facilities are top-rate, including a restaurant that is open from 7am on weekdays and 9am on weekends and serves various food until 10pm. In addition, for businessmen and frequent travelers, there is a lounge equipped with newspapers, CNN broadcasted on the television, and a self-service bar with a variety of drinks. Wireless Internet is also available throughout the entire airport building. There is a small store that sells maps, magazines, newspapers and tobacco products, and facilities are provided for disabled passengers. For those traveling by car, 500 free parking spots are available at the airport. Public transportation to and from the airport is also expedient; with a national train station located 10 minutes away by bus. Taxis are also readily available.Passengers on flights to Antwerp International Airport (ANR) can also visit the aviation museum, which features a history of the airport, as well as displaying 6 military aircrafts from WW1.