What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

USA. Can get a direct flight to VA, takes about eight and a half hours. - Feb 2019


Falls Church. Dulles to Brussels: the city pair flight included a stopover in either Philadelphia or London (Heathrow). We took the former. Don't remember how much time it took, but there are direct flights contracted now. - Feb 2019


The United States. It's about an 8-hour direct flight from D.C. - May 2018


Home is the western US. Brussels has flights to all the big East Coast airports, plus it's easy to connect through Amsterdam (or Paris) to get back to the US. For US government employees, United once again has the contract to DC with a non-stop. - Jan 2018


We came from Washington, DC. When we arrived to post we were able to take a direct flight. However, upon departure, the rules had changed and we had to stop in London. - Feb 2017


Mesa, Arizona - ranges from 17 - 22 hours depending on connections. Brussels to Heathrow is shortest but government fare requires we fly US Code so we connect in New York, Chicago etc. - Aug 2014


Home base for us is Oklahoma. But to get to DC from here it's only about 8 hours (which beats the heck out of the 18 hour flights to China and the 24+ hours it takes to get home from NZ. - Jul 2014


DC is home base. Easy trip from Brussels to DC at just over 8 hrs; DC to Brussels can be really fast at 6.5 hrs. Direct flight on United. - Apr 2014


Multiple direct choices per day to major cities along the East Coast of the U.S. - Jan 2014


Two direct flights to and from D.C. per day. - Jan 2014


Arizona, USA. Phoenix to Washington, D.C. to Brussels. 13 hours air time. - Oct 2012


London, two hours by Eurostar! - May 2012


Washington, direct is about 8 hours. - Jan 2012


Toronto, 7 hours, through Montreal - Nov 2011


It's about a 8 hour flight from Washington, DC. - Aug 2011


My home base is Washington DC. Flights from Brussels to DC are around 9 hours. There are not many direct connections from what I understand (I have never flown to DC from here), but from London, or Paris, or Amsterdam that is a different story. And those cities are easily accessible from Brussels by high speed Thalys or Eurostar trains. - Jul 2011


London - an easy 2 hours by eurostar 5 times a day. - Jun 2011


Minnesota - 8 hours - Jun 2011


Washington, DC and Portland, Oregon. The flight is eight hours direct on UA to DC.The flight to the West Coast can take 15-20 hours. - Jun 2010


Washington. About 6-9 hours. - Jun 2010


Washington, 6 hours direct flight. - Mar 2010


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