The short and medium haul offer expands with several new winter sun destinations. For the first time Brussels Airlines will set sail for Cabo Verde, Tunisia and Egypt. The Canarian islands offer also grows thanks to the addition of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Tenerife will become a daily service and Gran Canaria also gets more frequencies.
Bordeaux will be served several times a week and Madeira is added to the winter schedule. Popular city trip destinations Rome, Madrid and Warsaw get more flights per week.
Thanks to the use of larger aircraft the seat offer increases by 25 to 50% on several destinations: Barcelona, Billund, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Hannover, Krakow, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Porto and Rome.
|Almeria (Spain)||1 x week|
|Arrecife (Lanzarote)||3 x week|
|Agadir (Morocco)||1 x week|
|Boa Vista (Cabo Verde)||2 x week|
|Enfidha (Tunisia)||1 x week|
|Fuerteventura (Canary Islands)||1 x week|
|Hurghada (Egypte)||2 x week|
|Marsa Alam (Egypte)||1 x week|
|Palma de Mallorca (Spain)||1 x week|
|Sal (Cabo Verde)||1 x week|
Summer destinations that are now served in Winter too
|Bordeaux (France)||4 x week|
|Funchal (Madeira)||1 x week|
Existing destinations with more frequency
|Las Palmas (Canary Islands)||4 x week (+2)|
|Madrid (Spain)||up to 23 x week|
|Rome (Italy)||up to 24 x week (+6)|
|Tenerife (Spain)||7 x week (+5)|
|Warsaw||16 x week (+ 4)|
After the launch of Mumbai in spring, Brussels Airlines increases the number of weekly flights to the Indian metropolis to six. In Africa, Abidjan and Accra also get more frequencies.
Like last year, Washington D.C. is temporarily suspended during the winter. Flights resume as from 19 March 2018.
Intercontinental offer increase
|Mumbai||6 x week|
|Abidjan||7 x week ( + 1)|
|Accra||5 x week (+1)|