[en] The dense flow of air bubbles in a two-dimensional silo (through an aperture D) filled with a liquid is studied experimentally. A particle tracking technique has been used to bring out the main properties of the flow: displacements of the bubbles, transverse, and axial velocities. The behavior of the air bubbles is observed to present similarities with nondeformable solid grains in a granular flow. Nevertheless, a correlation between the bubble velocities and their deformations has been evidenced. Moreover, a new discharge law (Beverloo like) must be considered for such a system, where the flow rate is observed to vary as D-1/2 and depends on the deformability of the particles.