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  • Joe Breitfeller

Brussels Airlines Once Again Unites the World at Tomorrowland in Boom

After a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, Brussels Airlines will once again carry nearly 25,000 festival goers of more than 130 nationalities to Tomorrowland in Boom. Tomorrowland is an annual Belgian electronic music festival held in Boom, Flanders.


Brussels Airlines' Team Members Celebrate the Return of the Tomorrowland Electronic Musical Festival in Boom After a Two Year Hiatus - Courtesy Brussels Airlines

On Thursday (July 14, 2022), Brussels Airlines celebrated the return of Tomorrowland in Boom after a two year hiatus due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Tomorrowland is an annual Belgian electronic music festival held in Boom, Flanders. This year, Brussels Airlines will carry around 25,000 festivalgoers of more than 130 nationalities to the festival. From July 13th, over 175 flights will depart from 69 different airports to Brussels Airport, where travelers will immediately feel the vibe and rhythm of the event thanks to DJ sets and other entertainment. Tomorrowland will be held over three different weekends this month: Weekend 1 (July 15-17th), Weekend 2 (July 22-24th) and Weekend 3 (July 29-31st).


In Thursday’s announcement, Brussels Airlines’ Head of Marketing, Michel Moriaux, said,


“As Belgium’s home carrier, we are very proud to have been a partner of the globally renowned Belgian festival Tomorrowland for ten years already. In 2012, we organised the first 25 party flights. We also created the Global Journey packages that year, allowing international festivalgoers to combine the festival with both their hotel or camping stay and their transportation by bus, train or plane. In 2017, we unveiled Amare, a plane with a special Tomorrowland livery, entirely dedicated to the festival. And we are convinced that the future will bring even more beautiful realisations together.”


Brussels Airlines' Very First 2022 Party Flight Brings Tomorrowland Festivalgoers From Oslo to Brussels on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 - Courtesy Brussels Airlines


The theme for Tomorrowland’s 16th edition is ‘The Reflection of Love’, uniting 600,000 visitors from more than 200 countries in Boom to enjoy over 700 artists across 14 stages. Brussels Airlines has sold nearly 13,000 flight packages for music fans from 69 airports, accounting for nearly 25,000 Tomorrowland festivalgoers traveling to and from Brussels on over 350 Brussels Airlines' flights. Additionally, 10 flights will be transformed into ‘TMLpartyflights’ with a live DJ set at an altitude of ten kilometers. The first party flight carried festivalgoers from Oslo to Brussels on Wednesday evening, July 13, 2022 in the company of the British DJ duo Goodboys.


Details of Brussels Airlines' Role in Transporting Festivalgoers to Tomorrowland 2022 - Courtesy Brussels Airlines


Four the fourth time, Amare, one of Brussels Airlines’ five Belgian Icons will bring music lovers from around the world to Tomorrowland. Amare is an Airbus A320 dedicated to the festival and features a gigantic eagle in the livery, as well as mood lighting and a Bose sound system in the cabin. In total, Global Journey packages were sold to festivalgoers of 133 nationalities, including American (12%), German (10.5%), Spanish (7%+), French and British (6%+ each) and Belgian (2%). On July 18th and 25th, as well as August 1st, DJs will be performing at Brussels Airport between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. at Beers & Cheers, Pier A. For added convenience after a fantastic Tomorrowland experience, Brussels Airlines has once again set up a mobile bag drop-off at the DreamVille campsite, allowing partygoers to check their luggage at the campsite.



Source: Brussels Airlines

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