As of today, Brussels Airlines operates five flights a week to Toronto. Toronto’s Pearson Airport is the first Canadian destination in the Brussels Airlines network and is an important hub to connect to many other destinations in Canada and the States.
With flight SN551, Brussels Airlines establishes its new scheduled service between the European capital and Toronto. The inaugural flight was originally planned during the Easter weekend but was cancelled due to the closure of Brussels Airport.
With Toronto, Brussels Airlines adds Canada’s economic business center to its network. Many Canadian companies have their headquarters in the city or the region. In addition Toronto is an important tourist destination, with the world renowned Niagara Falls nearby.
Brussels Airlines’ flights are planned on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Flights leave Brussels Airport in the morning and depart from Toronto in the evening.
Thanks to the close cooperation with partner airlines Air Canada and United, Brussels Airlines customers can, from Toronto, connect smoothly to many other destinations in Canada (Ottawa, Edmonton, Halifax, Quebec, Vancouver, Montreal Metropolitan Airport and St John’s) and the United States (Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston, Denver, Detroit, Seattle). All flights are operated with Airbus A330 aircraft with Business and Economy Class. Brussels Airlines Cargo, together with its partners, offers cargo space to freight forwarders on the route
Thursday, April 7, 2016