Brussels Airlnes will fly to 78 destinations in the summer season 2021.
Brussels Airlines, the Belgian national airline, is preparing for the summer season with the reopening of "attractive holiday destinations". The airline plans to operate flights to 78 destinations around the world.
Since the demand for tourist travel "Is expected to grow as the summer months approach", the Belgian national airline announced on February 24, 2021 that it wants to offer its customers flights to "Attractive holiday destinations".
In addition to the 18 intercontinental destinations in Africa and North America, Brussels Airlines intends to operate 60 short and medium-haul routes, "emblematic holiday destinations in Greece, Portugal and Spain".
The airline will gradually reopen the European network in April.
From April, the company will gradually reopen its European network, focusing on holiday travel. The first available destinations will be Alicante, Athens, Barcelona, Bilbao, Bologna, Budapest, Catania, Krakow, Faro, Gran Canaria, Heraklion, Kos, Lisbon, Madrid, Malaga, Naples, Nice, Oslo, Porto, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Tenerife, Valencia, Vilnius and Warsaw.
In May 2021, the company that is part of the Star Alliance, will reintroduce in the network destinations such as Dubrovnik, Edinburgh, Ibiza, Milan-Linate, Moscow, Palermo, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes, Split and Vienna.
In june, Brussels Airlines wants to increase the number of frequencies to these destinations and reopen new ones such as Bari, Birmingham, Corfu, Florence, Gothenburg, Saint Petersburg, Yerevan and Zakynthos. It also intends to add destinations such as Washington, New York or Montreal to the operational network - no more regular flights have been operated on these routes since March 21, 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Brussels Airlines will gradually increase frequencies to all destinations in Africa.
As regards the African network, Brussels Airlines will gradually increase the frequencies to all destinations, and from June 14, daily flights will be operated to destinations in West Africa: Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), Accra (Ghana), Banjul (Gambia) and Dakar (Senegal).
There will also be daily flights to destinations in Central and East Africa: Douala and Yaoundé (Cameroon), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo) and Entebbe (Uganda). Luanda (Angola) will rejoin the network after more than a year of absence, and from June 14, three weekly rotations will be operated.
From 2 August 2021, the Belgian company will operate two daily flights between Brussels and Frankfurt, a connection that "offers many transfer options to the entire Lufthansa network, while passengers departing from Frankfurt have access to the Brussels Airlines network - especially to the African destinations for which the Belgian airline is known".