Brussels Airlines will discontinue the Turin-Brussels route – Turin and Belgium remain connected by Ryanair


From mid-April 2020, Brussels Airlines will discontinue operations on the Turin-Brussels route, which is currently operated once daily with a CityJet CRJ900 aircraft (flights SN3195/6).

This is a decision taken by the airline that, for operational reasons and following a restructuring of its network, has chosen to cancel the connection between the Piedmontese territory and the Belgian capital, with the start of the 2020 summer season.

Torino Airport, according to a statement, is already working to encourage the entry of new airlines interested in this connection.

Turin and Belgium remain connected by Ryanair Boeing 737-800 aircraft operating the three weekly flights FR4864/5 to/from Brussels South Charleroi, in the winter season 2019/2020 on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday and, in the summer season 2020 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Rome, December 18, 2019

Sources: FlightRadar24, askanews


  1. three-weekly means once every three weeks, thrice weekly means three times per week and triweekly can be used for both.

  2. Please, don’t write “Belgium remains connected” when you mean flights from CRL for cancelled flights from BRU. Same you can write “Belgium remains connected” by writing that every passenger can still fly from AMS or via FRA, ZRH etc. It’s just not correct!


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