As from 27 October (Winter 2019/2020), Brussels Airport will offer two new destinations, linking the airport to more than 200 destinations. Ryanair will launch a two-weekly flight to Essaouira, Morocco and SAS will launch a winter route to Tromsø, Norway as from January 2020.
After flybmi’s bankruptcy, Loganair took over ten weekly flights towards East Midlands, United Kingdom. Brussels Airlines introduced new flights after the demise of its subcontractor: a two-daily flight to Bristol, United Kingdom and to Hannover, Germany.
Ryanair will throw some competition on the Belgian market by launching four weekly flights to Seville, Spain and to Catania, Italy (twice per week). Also adding Krakow, Poland to the list with four flights per week. From 30 October, easyJet resumes its daily afternoon flight between Brussels and Berlin Tegel, Germany.
Brussels Airlines recently announced the launch of two new destinations: six weekly flights towards Ljubljana, Slovenia, taking over the destination from bankrupt Adria Airways. From February 2020, Brussels Airlines will operate four weekly flights to Valencia, Spain and increases frequencies to sunny destinations in winter 2019.
Additional capacity and extra flights at Brussels Airport
- Brussels Airlines: fourth daily flight towards Birmingham, United Kingdom
- Thai Airways: a sixth weekly flight to Bangkok, Thailand
- Hainan Airlines: a third weekly flight to Shenzhen, China
- Delta Air Lines: additional capacity be replacing Boeing 767-300ER to Boeing 767-400ER
- Air Canada: replacing Boeing 787-8 with Boeing 787-9 on flights to Montreal, Canada
- TUI fly Belgium: additional weekly flight to Mombasa, Kenya and Zanzibar, Tanzania
- Ethiopian Airlines: from four weekly to a daily flight to Addis Ababa