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Getting from Ciney to BRU airport

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Hello! First time Belgian train traveller here (and generally a complete novice regarding European train travel.) I'm trying to get from Hamois, Belgium to the Brussels Intl Airport on Saturday 10 October. I've already purchased travel (maybe preemptively):

- Hamois > Ciney via taxi
- Ciney > "ZONE BRUSSEL" via Belgian Rail @ 948
- BRU > SXF via Easyjet 4704 @ 1425

I'm just trying to determine if I've done the right thing to get from Ciney to the airport, on time! Specifically, I'm having trouble figuring out what "ZONE BRUSSEL" means, and where I should be getting off the train in order to get to the airport.

On one hand, from research, it seems I get off at one of the Brussels train stations - North, Midi or Central -- and then get a shuttle to the airport for an additional Euro 8,50.

On the other hand, I read a train schedule that made it seem like the train could take me straight to the airport (without having to transfer.)

Can anyone provide some clarity, please?

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