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Brussels Airport adds six airlines and nine destinations for the summer

Brussels Airport adds six airlines and nine destinations for the summer

Brussels Airport is adding eight new destinations in Europe and beyond to its network, including Singapore, Shanghai (China), Nairobi (Kenya), Bergen (Norway), Krakow (Poland), Bari (Italy), Bacău (Romania), Gazipaşa (Turkey) and Brive (France).  

Once again, this summer, travellers will have plenty of choices at Brussels Airport. Exploration outside of Europe, a European city trip, a family vacation by the sea, or a family visit abroad—whatever your plans and wishes are, Brussels Airport’s summer offer has something for you. Sixty-four airlines, including six new partners, will offer 178 direct destinations this summer.

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No fewer than six new airlines will fly in and out of Brussels Airport this summer. To Asia, Brussels Airport welcomes Singapore Airlines on April 6, with direct flights to Singapore. Also in Asia, Juneyao Airlines will be flying from Brussels Airport to Shanghai from July onwards, a destination that Hainan Airlines will also serve this summer. The two airlines will offer a daily flight to this Chinese metropolis.

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 will offer two new destinations: Nairobi in Kenya and Krakow in Poland. This summer, the airline will serve 88 destinations, including 18 in Sub-Saharan Africa and 2 in North America. Brussels Airlines will fly with a tenth A330-300 and three new A320neo aircraft. Transavia will station a third aircraft (B737-800) at Brussels airport this summer.

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United Airlines launches a second daily flight to Newark, offering four daily flights to the United States. Service to Canada is reinforced by Air Canada, which will serve Toronto four times a week, and by Air Transat, which will launch a fourth weekly flight to Montreal.

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

This summer, Brussels Airport’s long-haul network includes a total of 37 destinations: Six destinations in North America (New York, Newark, Chicago, Washington, Montreal, Toronto) served by Brussels Airlines, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines and Air Transat.

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Anastasiya Simsek

Anastasiya Simsek started her journalism career in 2016 at Ukrainian TV-Channels: 24 Channel and 1+1 Media. Having worked across a number of different sectors, including news, medicine and lifestyle, she joined the Air Cargo Week editorial team in 2024. To share your news and exclusive insights, contact


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