The trial over the 2016 Islamist attacks in Brussels, which left dozens dead, has ended with long prison sentences for several perpetrators, news agency Belga reports.
In July, the court had found six men guilty of terrorist murder and two others guilty of participating in a terrorist group.
Three of those convicted of terrorist murder were sentenced to life imprisonment, Belga wrote, and two more received 30 and 20 years respectively.
The sixth perpetrator convicted of terrorist murder was the most prominent person in the dock - Salah Abdeslam, who became known for having been on the run for months after participating in a separate 2015 terror attack in Paris that killed 130 people.
Abdeslam did not receive additional time in jail as he had already been sentenced in Belgium to 20 years for having shot at police before his arrest.
Additionally he was sentenced to life imprisonment by a French court.
The suicide bombings carried out on March 22, 2016, targeted the city's airport and a metro station, leaving 35 dead and hundreds injured.
They took place at a time when European countries were on edge due to previous terrorist attacks.
Friday's ruling, which was handed down by a jury of 12 and three judges, brings a particularly painful chapter of Belgian history closer to an end.
Several of the accused had been surveilled by Belgian authorities ahead of the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels but the authorities failed to prevent the bombings, Belgian media reported.
The defendants faced more than 900 civil plaintiffs, including survivors with lasting physical and psychological injuries, the bereaved relatives of those killed and first responders.
In recent years, victims and victims' organisations have repeatedly complained about insufficient and cumbersome support offered by the state.
The trial, which lasted almost a year, posed a major challenge to Belgium's judicial system, which is plagued by chronic understaffing and a lack of resources, Belga reported.
Initially ten people were charged in relation to the bombings but two suspects were acquitted of all charges in July.