At the start of the winter season, 14 destinations will be included in Brussels Airlines intercontinental offer, with a sole focus being on Africa.
Brussels Airlines optimised its short-haul product and herewith closer aligns with the Lufthansa Group Network Airlines to offer its customers an even smoother travel experience.
The extremely negative impact of the coronavirus crisis on the company’s financials and the ongoing very low demand for air travel urge Brussels Airlines to take substantial and indispensable measures to guarantee the survival of the company.
Aeroflot – Russian Airlines and Brussels Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement to offer customers a bigger selection of flights and more flexibility when travelling between Brussels and Moscow.
With 12 weekly flights to and from Bristol and six weekly flights to and from Hannover, Brussels Airlines relaunched the routes that were previously operated by wet lease partner Flybmi.
Brussels Airlines revealed a brand new travel experience on board of its long-haul aircraft.
As from June 02, Brussels Airlines will offer flights from Brussels to Sheremetyevo International Airport near the city of Moscow instead of Domodedovo Airport.
Brussels Airlines continues to grow within the Eurowings Group to respond to the increasing demand for air travel.
For the first time in its 16-year history, Brussels Airlines has passed the mark of one million passengers in a month. In July, the airline welcomed 1,020,729 passengers, an increase of 16.4 percent compared to July 2017.
For the seventh consecutive year Brussels Airlines is hosting party flights from all over the world to bring 11,571 festival goers to Tomorrowland together. The party flights include live music and even live DJ-sets.