We used to enjoy saying goodbye to loved ones at the airport. Parting is such sweet sorrow and all that. But then the world changed on 9/11 and they took our fun away. At least if you live in Brussels and travel Air France you can pretend it never happened. Because all you have to do to check in is go to the train station, Bruxelles-Midi, and check in there. That means you and your lover can smooch away for as long as you like. Very clever effort on Air France's part, considering it was only cost a couple of new signs at the train station and at the same time, it gets more people to use the check-in kiosks there. Sneaky.

Advertiser: Air France Belgique Client Contacts: Ellen Schouppe Agency: Duval Guillaume Managing Director: Patrick Clymans ECD's: Koenraad Lefeve, Dries De Wilde Art Director: Arnaud Bailly Copywriter: Karel De Mulder Strategic Director: Piet Wulleman Account Manager: Florien Vanderperren Account Executive: Dorien Van Antwerpen PR Company: MSL Group PR Director: Kathy Van Looy Designer: Laurent Lejeune DTP: Bart Janvier Digital Producer: Bart Callaerts Production Company: Geronimo & Prodigious Director: Jan Boon Post Production Company: Geronimo Illustrator: Timo Meyer Production Manager: Christ Lannoy Media Planner: Maxus
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