Air Algérie launches twice-weekly flights to Brussels South Charleroi next Winter

Air Algérie Boeing 737-600 registered 7T-VJU at Frankfurt © Konstantin von Wedelstaedt on Wikimedia

After long weeks of discussions, Air Algérie has decided to launch a twice-weekly Algiers Houari Boumedienne (ALG) – Brussels South Charleroi (CRL) service from next winter season starting on 28 October 2018.

The flights will be operated by Boeing 737-600 aircraft, according to the following schedule:

AH2066 ALG-CRL -2—-7 16:30-19:10 736
AH2067 CRL-ALG -2—-7 20:10-22:55 736

Air Algérie also flies from Algiers Houari Boumedienne (ALG) to Brussels Airport (BRU): thrice weekly in winter and four times in summer. And in summer once weekly between Oran Ben Bella (ORN) and Brussels.

In Charleroi, Air Algérie will face the competition of TUI fly Belgium, which also operates twice-weekly flights between CRL and ALG. In addition, TUI fly Belgium also links CRL with Oran twice weekly, and seasonally with Bejaia, Constantine and Tlemcen in Algeria.

Sources: Airline Route, Brussels Airport, Charleroi airport and forum member TLspotting

Forum discussion


  1. Is Air Algerie not flying from Brussels Airport!!!!
    On there website it’s says the contrary?

  2. It does not appear in the timetable of Brussels Airport. And there are many errors in the Air Algérie timetable: for example 4 weekly flights ALG-BRU, but only 3 BRU-ALG flights! Furthermore, if you try to book flights between BRU and ALG, their website returns an error message.

    But you are right: FlightRadar24 confirms 4 weekly flights between BRU and ALG. I have amended the text of the article.


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