Brussels Airlines plans 'biggest network expansion in the company's history' for summer 2018

20 March, 2018

Brussels Airlines announced (20-Mar-2018) plans to launch 26 new destinations in summer 2018, in "the biggest network expansion in the company's history". Cooperation with tour operators Neckermann, Thomas Cook and Pegase will support the new destinations, along with the airline's integration of Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium. New destinations from Brussels Airport include:

  • Burgas: Twice weekly;
  • Varna: Twice weekly;
  • Boa Vista: Twice weekly;
  • Sal: Twice weekly;
  • Split: Twice weekly;
  • Zadar: Weekly;
  • Chania: Three times weekly;
  • Girona: Weekly;
  • Paphos: Twice weekly;
  • Corfu: Three times weekly;
  • Mykonos: Weekly;
  • Santorini: Weekly;
  • Kos: Three times weekly;
  • Kalamata: Weekly;
  • Zakynthos: Twice weekly;
  • Sharm el Sheikh: Weekly;
  • Marsa Alam: Weekly;
  • Hurghada: Three times weekly;
  • Tivat: Weekly;
  • Agadir: Three times weekly;
  • Ohrid: Weekly;
  • Lanzarote: Three times weekly;
  • Fuerteventura: Weekly;
  • Almeria: Twice weekly;
  • Menorca: Weekly;
  • Reus: Weekly.

The carrier will also increase frequency to Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux, Nice, Athens, Tel Aviv, Malaga, Florence, Malaga and Geneva. [more - original PR]