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Brussels Airport Announces 9 New Destinations and 6 new Airlines with 178 destinations on offer

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Brussels Airport Announces 9 New Destinations and 6 new Airlines with 178 destinations on offer  

While spring might be making a delayed appearance, the summer season at Brussels Airport is set to kick off as planned on March 31, boasting a refreshed lineup that includes classic sunny destinations alongside several new routes. This summer, a whopping 178 direct destinations will be accessible via 64 airlines. Brussels Airport is expanding its network with 8 new destinations across Europe and beyond, such as Singapore, Shanghai in China, Nairobi in Kenya, Bergen in Norway, Krakow in Poland, Bari in Italy, Bacău in Romania, Gazipaşa in Turkey, and Brive in France.

Travellers will once again enjoy a diverse range of options at Brussels Airport this summer, whether it's exploring outside of Europe, embarking on a European city break, enjoying a seaside family vacation, or visiting relatives abroad. With a total of 178 direct destinations served by 64 airlines, including six new partners, there's something for everyone this summer.

Important Info Brussels Airport:

  • Brussels Airport's summer season begins March 31 with 178 direct destinations via 64 airlines.
  • 8 new destinations added: Singapore, Shanghai, Nairobi, Bergen, Krakow, Bari, Bacău, Gazipaşa, Brive.
  • Six new airlines joining, including Singapore Airlines, Juneyao Airlines, and Hainan Airlines.
  • Brussels Airlines introduces Nairobi and Krakow routes; fleet expansion includes A330-300 and A320neo aircraft.
  • United Airlines adds second daily flight to Newark; Air Canada and Air Transat increase service to Toronto and Montreal.
  • Air Arabia expands Moroccan destinations to seven.
  • Long-haul network features 37 destinations: 6 in North America, 3 in Central America, 9 in Sub-Saharan Africa, 4 in Gulf region, 5 in Asia.

New Additions and Services:
This summer, six new airlines will be joining the Brussels Airport lineup. Singapore Airlines will start operating direct flights to Singapore from April 6, while Juneyao Airlines and Hainan Airlines will offer daily flights to Shanghai. Additionally, Cyprus Airways, Wideroe, Amelia, and Wizz Air will enhance the airport's network with new destinations.

Brussels Airlines is introducing two new destinations this summer: Nairobi and Krakow. With a fleet expansion, including a tenth A330-300 and three new A320neo aircraft, the airline will serve a total of 88 destinations, including 18 in Sub-Saharan Africa and 2 in North America. Transavia will also station a third aircraft at Brussels Airport this summer.

United Airlines is adding a second daily flight to Newark, increasing its U.S. offerings to four daily flights. Air Canada and Air Transat are reinforcing service to Canada with additional flights to Toronto and Montreal, respectively.

Air Arabia is broadening its Moroccan offerings with two new destinations, Tetouan and Rabat, bringing the total to seven destinations in Morocco.

Extensive Intercontinental Network:
Brussels Airport's long-haul network this summer will feature 37 destinations:

  • 6 in North America (New York, Newark, Chicago, Washington, Montreal, Toronto) served by various airlines,
  • 3 in Central America (Punta Cana, Cancun, Montego Bay) with TUI fly,
  • 9 in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, and Rwandair,
  • 4 in the Gulf region: Abu Dhabi, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah,
  • 5 in Asia: Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Tokyo, Singapore.

With this robust summer offering, Brussels Airport continues to provide a comprehensive and appealing network both within Europe and beyond for all types of travellers!