26 new summer destinations for #BrusselsAirlines


(Posted 20th March 2018)

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Thanks to the cooperation with tour operators Neckermann, Thomas Cook and Pegase, the company doesn’t only increase its flight frequencies to different leisure destinations, but also expands its network with 26 new leisure destinations.

Brussels Airlines launches 26 new destinations this summer. It is the biggest network expansion in the history of the company. Besides an increase in flight frequencies to different holiday regions, the airline also welcomes new leisure destinations in Bulgaria, Cabo Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Macedonia, Greece, Montenegro, Morocco, Portugal and Spain to its summer schedule, which runs from the 25th of March until the 27th of October. The significant growth of the airline’s destination offer is mainly due to the integration of the Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium activities and two of their Airbus A320 aircraft and herewith the closer cooperation with tour operators Neckermann, Thomas Cook and Pegase, leading to almost 1,700 weekly flights to short-and medium-haul destinations (+9.67% seats compared to 2017) and over 200 weekly flights on the long-haul this summer (+1.53% seats compared to 2017).

Short- and medium-haul destinations

Within Europe, the company welcomes several new leisure destinations this summer. Brussels Airlines sets sail for Burgas and Varna (Bulgaria), Cyprus, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Hurghada and Marsa Alam (Egypt), several Greek destinations and Islands, Ohrid (Macedonia) and Tivat (Montenegro).

The flight offer to holiday regions in Spain, Morocco, Greece and Croatia also grows significantly thanks to the addition of, among others, Lanzarote, Agadir, Santorini, Zadar and Split. Besides new destinations there will also be an increase in flight frequencies to French cities Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux and Nice, as well as to Athens, Tel Aviv, Florence and Malaga.

Find inspiration and tips about the new destinations on brusselsairlines.com.


Burgas (Bulgaria) 2 x week

Varna (Bulgaria) 2 x week

Boa Vista (Cabo Verde) 2 x week

Sal (Cabo Verde) 2 x week

Split (Croatia) 2 x week

Zadar (Croatia) 1 x week

Chania (Crete) 3 x week

Girona (Spain) 1 x week

Paphos (Cyprus) 2 x week

Corfu (Greece) 3 x week

Mikonos (Greece) 1 x week

Santorini (Greece) 1 x week

Kos (Greece) 3 x week

Kalamata (Greece) 1 x week

Zakynthos (Greece) 2 x week

Sharm-el-Sheikh (Egypt) 1 x week

Marsa Alam (Egypt) 1 x week

Hurghada (Egypt) 3 x week

Tivat (Montenegro) 1 x week

Agadir (Morocco) 3 x week

Ohrid (Republic of Macedonia) 1 x week

Lanzarote (Spain) 3 x week

Fuertaventura (Spain) 1 x week

Almeria (Spain) 2 x week

Menorca (Spain) 1 x week

Reus (Spain) 1 x week


Ajaccio (France) 2 x week

Bastia (France) 2 x week

Bordeaux (France) 6 x week

Nice (France) 21 x week

Athens (Greece) 5 x week

Tel Aviv (Israel) 14 x week

Florence (Italy) 7 x week

Malaga (Spain) 15 x week

Geneva (Switzerland) 38 x week


(Brussels Airlines global network which shows the airline’s close connection with Africa)

In East Africa does Brussels Airlines serve Entebbe / Uganda with daily flights from the European capital. One of these flights routes from Brussels via Bujumbura / Burundi to Entebbe while the other six flights route from Brussels via Kigali / Rwanda to Entebbe. Passengers from these, but also the other African destinations, will have access to the new destinations of Brussels Airlines and can book flights by clicking on www.brusselsairlines.com/en-ug/

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