Traveling safely by air with #BrusselsAirlines


(Posted 12th November 2020)

Discover all our measures for carefree travel

Whether you are in the air or on the ground – rest assured that you are in safe hands.

A number of measures have been put in place to offer you a comfortable journey, while safeguarding your health as well as that of your loved ones. All measures can be found here.

All you need to know about entry regulations at-a-glance

What are the entry requirements at the destination? Do travelers need a negative PCR test? Are there any special requirements at the airports? Up-to-date information on travel regulations can be found at any time on our dedicated website.

“Fit to fly“? Traveling during flu season

In autumn and winter, having a cold or the flu is not uncommon – however, both are difficult to distinguish from a Covid-19 infection. This means we need to focus even more on protecting the health of our passengers and employees. Especially now, in times of Covid-19, taking personal responsibility is more important than ever.

So protect yourself and others. Watch out for the symptoms of a cold or the flu and, if in doubt, please refrain from flying. When checking in, you confirm that you are healthy enough to fly and that you are not suffering from Covid-19 to the best of your knowledge. Furthermore, the Lufthansa Group has implemented numerous measures to protect your health when travelling – from contactless boarding to wearing facemasks on board. This also includes the fact that our ground crew has been instructed to classify passengers with severe cold symptoms as "not fit to fly". In order to protect all other passengers and employees, these passengers are excluded from the flight.

For this reason: If you have symptoms of respiratory tract infections, cold or flu symptoms such as a fever, a cough, the chills, shortness of breath, loss of smell and taste, we urge you to please stay home. Just use our rebooking options and postpone your flight – flexible and free of charge.

However, a slight cold or a minor runny nose should not stop you from travelling – as long as you are fever-free. Just ask yourself whether you would like to sit next to a person with your symptoms on this flight.

Lufthansa Group for Business – the new website for corporate customers

You can now find engaging content, fresh formats, enhanced digital options and the latest news from Lufthansa Group on a new communication platform: Lufthansa Group for Business.

THE LOFT by Brussels Airlines and Lexus wins World Travel Award

The Brussels Airlines lounge at Brussels Airport, THE LOFT, has been honored with the World Travel Award for “Europe’s Leading Airport Lounge 2020”. THE LOFT is a unique lounge concept, centered on comfort, technology, design and a blend of ‘Belgitude’ and Japanese hospitality. Learn more

Welcome to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) has opened. In the past few days, the Lufthansa Group airlines has gradually relocated their flight operations from Berlin-Tegel Airport (TXL) to the German capital’s new airport.

Thank you for your continued trust and loyalty.

Yours sincerely,

Your Brussels Airlines Team

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