Brussels Airport Newsletter March 2017

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25 years Delta Air Lines at Brussels Airport
Delta Air Lines has been connecting Brussels Airport with several US destinations for 25 years now. And while Atlanta has been missing from the list for a while now, it will be back amongst the airline’s direct flights as of 26 March in time for the summer season. Welcome back!
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Fly with Cobalt Air to Larnaca
Cobalt Air, the new low-cost airline from Cyprus will connect Brussels Airport with Larnaca twice per week as of 27 March. The new flights will be operated on Mondays and Thursdays.
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Family Lane
Together with the Smurfs, we’ll be giving families leaving on holiday from Brussels Airport a proper send-off this Easter. During the peak days immediately just before the Easter holidays, we will once again be setting up a special Family Lane at security.

This special, wider lane will offer families an extra level of service with a Belgian touch. Several life-size Smurfs will namely be waiting to greet families at our arch. Just follow the Smurf prints and smurf your way to a free colouring book! And have a smurfy trip!

Amare brings together “the People of Tomorrow”
amare.202412.png Since 2012, Brussels Airlines and Tomorrowland brings festival goers from around the world together. Their mission is to unite “the People of Tomorrow”. Which is why one of Brussels Airlines’ aircraft was renamed especially for the occasion to Amare, which stands for “Live today. Love tomorrow. Unite Forever.” This ode to Tomorowland was unveiled on 23 February 2017.
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Sabena. Travel in style
One more reason to visit Brussels and the Atomium. The magical world of SABENA, the “Belgian World Airlines” is open to visitors of the Atomium until 10 September 2017. This special exhibition showcases model aircraft, uniforms, photographs, gadgets and other revelations from the airlines’ archives.

Experience 78 years of Sabena from the check-in to the actual flight. Take a trip back in time and discover this fascinating piece of Belgian history!

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