New this year is that Brussels Airlines, in cooperation with Brussels Airport, will test a baggage drop off point at the Dreamville camping, so Tomorrowland goers don’t have to carry their bags and tents to the airport themselves and can have a relaxed trip home or can enjoy a nice day of sightseeing before heading to the airport.
Tomorrowland will welcome 200.000 festivalgoers per weekend. The global interest for the ticket sale was overwhelming once again. People from all over the world will visit the festival and make Tomorrowland the most international event on the planet. Together, Brussels Airlines and Tomorrowland unite the world in Belgium every year. In an effort to bring people from different nationalities together, Brussels Airlines is challenging all foreign Tomorrowland goers to take a photo with a Belgian and to share it on Instagram with the hashtag #brusselsairlinesunitestheworld. More information about the contest here.
At the festival site, Brussels Airlines brings everyone with their heads in the clouds, with The Loop, a giant ferris wheel that offers the best view over the magnificent landscape of Tomorrowland and far beyond. A ride on The Loop (previously called the Cloudrider) is, like every year, free for every Tomorrowland visitor.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Luchtzak.be will be present on one of the Tomorrowland flights (SN1808 on 20 July) and report about the mood on board of the A330-300 and at the pre-flight party at the gate in Frankfurt !