Brussels Airlines Announces Restart of Operations With 59 Destinations Between June and August
Brussels Airlines announced on Monday a restart of operations from their Brussels Airport hub on June 15, 2020. By August, the carrier will serve 59 destinations in 33 countries in Europe, Africa and the U.S.
Today, Brussels Airlines announced the restart of operations from their Brussels Airport hub starting June 15, 2020. After 12 weeks of interruption, the carrier will operate 30 percent of their originally scheduled summer service in Europe and around 40 percent of their planned long-haul summer program. Between June 15th and the end of August the carrier will gradually add a total of 59 destinations in 33 countries in Europe, Africa and the U.S. Brussels Airlines will offer 240 weekly flights with 45 destinations in 20 European countries including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, France and Denmark. The carrier will also serve 13 of their 17 African destinations as well as New York (JFK). Service to Montreal, Canada was scheduled to begin in March but has been postponed until next year. In addition to popular holiday destinations, Brussels Airlines will also restart service to important business centers such as Berlin, Geneva and London.
Brussels Airlines is the national carrier of Belgium and a member of the Lufthansa Group. The airline usually serves over 80 destinations from the European capital including 65 European, 17 African and three North American cities as well as Tel Aviv, Israel. Brussels Airlines typically operates around 250 daily flights with a fleet of 48 aircraft and serves over 10 million customers annually. Founded in 2002, the airline is a member of the Star Alliance and is 100% owned by Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
Source: Brussels Airlines