Wizz Air has confirmed the resumption of flights from Brussels to Charleroi, including to destinations in Romania.
On 15 June 2020, Belgium will open its borders to the countries of the European Union. In accordance with this opening, Brussels South Charleroi Airport will resume its commercial activities. Wizz Air and Air Corsica have officially announced the relaunch of operations.
12 destinations were confirmed with flights from Brussels-Charleroi airport. For a start, the two airlines chose to fly to destinations in six countries.
Wizz Air announced flights from Brussels Charleroi, after June 15, to 10 destinations in 5 countries.
Romania: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Sibiu, Iași, Timișoara
Flights to Chisinau (Moldova) and Skopje (Northern Macedonia) will be scheduled later, depending on the decisions taken regarding the opening of borders from / to countries outside the European Union.
Wizz Air has also announced the launch of two new routes to Albania and Austria. Tirana and Vienna will be connected to Brussels South Charleroi Airport from 1 July 2020.
Starting June 27, 2020, the Corsican airline Air Corsica will resume its flights to Bastia and Ajaccio.
In these turbulent times, we recommend that everyone document themselves very well on the rules of travel and the rules of entry into the country of destination. According to the statement made by the President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, it is possible that all those who will travel from Belgium to Romania will have to enter isolation at home. But the information is not yet validated by the authorities.