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Brussels Airport Adds 6 New Airlines, 9 New Summer Destinations

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Brussels Airport is kicking off its summer season on March 31, offering flights to beloved sun-heavy spots and several new routes. Passengers can choose from 178 direct destinations provided by 64 airlines.

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The airport has added eight new destinations to its network, including cities across Europe and Asia, such as Singapore, Shanghai, Nairobi, Bergen, Krakow, Bari, Bacău, Gazipaşa, and Brive.

Brussels offers a range of travel options this summer with 64 airlines, including six new partners. Combined, they provide 178 direct destinations for exciting vacations, from excursions beyond Europe to city trips and seaside family holidays.

New Airlines

Starting this summer, Brussels Airport will receive services from six new airlines. Singapore Airlines will begin direct flights to Singapore on April 6, and Juneyao Airlines will initiate flights to Shanghai in July. Hainan Airlines will also serve this route, providing daily flights to the bustling Chinese city.

Additionally, starting this summer, Cyprus Airways (Larnaca), Wideroe (Bergen), Amelia (Brive), and Wizz Air (Budapest) will strengthen the Brussels Airport network as new airlines.

Brussels Airlines is expanding its summer flight offerings to include two new destinations, Nairobi and Krakow, bringing their total to 88 destinations worldwide. The expansion includes adding a tenth A330-300 aircraft and three A320neo aircraft to their fleet. Additionally, Transavia is adding another B737-800 at Brussels Airport.

United Airlines is increasing its service with a second daily flight to Newark, totaling four daily flights to the US. Air Canada and Air Transat also enhance their services to Canada; Air Canada has four weekly flights to Toronto, and Air Transat has a new weekly flight to Montreal.

Air Arabia is expanding its offer to Morocco, adding two new destinations: Tetouan and Rabat. This brings the total number of destinations in Morocco to seven.

Brussels Airport’s Intercontinental Network By The Numbers

This summer, Brussels Airport’s long-haul network includes a total of 37 destinations:

  • 6 destinations in North America (New York, Newark, Chicago, Washington, Montreal, Toronto) on Brussels Airlines, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, and Air Transat.
  • 3 destinations in Central America with TUI fly (Punta Cana, Cancun, and Montego Bay). Curacao will launch next winter.
  • 9 destinations in Sub-Saharan Africa, 18 on Brussels Airlines. Ethiopian Airlines also offers flights to Addis Ababa, and Rwandair also serves Kigali (as does Brussels Airlines),
  • 4 destinations in the Gulf region: Abu Dhabi with Etihad, Doha with Qatar Airways, Dubai with Emirates, and Jeddah with Flynas.
  • 5 destinations in Asia: Beijing, Shenzhen, and Shanghai with Hainan Airlines. Juneayao also offers flights to Shanghai. All Nippon Airways flies to Tokyo, and Singapore Airlines flies to Singapore.

With this offer for the summer season, Brussels Airport provides a solid and attractive network both inside and outside Europe for all travelers!

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