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