From Monday, April 11, Jetairfly will again fly from Brussels Airport. Five aircraft (including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner) will be operated to 18 destinations. The other flights will provisionally still depart from Ostend airport. Jetairfly hopes to repatriate the rest of its fleet as soon as possible to its home base Zaventem.
Jetairfly is currently finalizing its schedule until May 1st. For flights that will again take off from Brussels Airport, the originally scheduled timetable will remain in force. If departure times are changed, Jetairfly and tour operator Jetair will inform all the passengers accordingly. Travellers can also find the latest travel information on www.jetairfly.com.
Jetair and Jetairfly ask their passengers to be at the airport three hours in advance and to check the airport website for all the latest information about the accessibility of the airport.
For travellers whose flights are leaving from Ostend, Jetairfly and Jetair continue to provide coach shuttles between Parking T at the Heysel and Ostend airport.
Between Tuesday, March 22 and Monday, April 11 Jetairfly will have successfully diverted 522 flights and 76,500 passengers.
All flights to these destinations definitely return to Brussels Airport from April 11:
· Alicante (seven flights per week)
· Gran Canaria
· Malaga (7 weekly flights)
· Punta Cana
· Tel Aviv
· Tenerife (seven flights per week)
For other destinations Jetair and Jetairfly will communicate whenever new information becomes available.