Brussels Airport is pleased to welcome the return of Danish airline Sun-Air of Scandinavia, which flies in the colours of British Airways, from September onwards. Sun-Air will start on 7 September with 10 flights a week between Billund and Brussels. This will guarantee the connection between Brussels Airport and the Danish LEGO-city.
These flights will be operated with a 32-seat Dornier Do-328 Jet under a British Airways flight number. It flies Monday to Thursday at 08:00 from Billund Airport and with a return flight from Brussels airport at 10:00. The afternoon rotation, which takes place on all five working days, departs from Billund at 15:25, and at 17:20 the plane returns to the international West Danish airport. Finally, an evening rotation is conducted on Sundays.
Brussels Airlines announced 2 weeks ago it would leave Billund until at least March 2021, and it cancelled the wet-lease contract with CityJet which was operating the route with CRJ900 aircraft. This opened a room of opportunity for Sun-Air.
Sun Air of Scandinavia, based in Billund, Denmark, has a fleet of 14 Dornier Do-328 jets.