As of 1 November 2016, Irish airline Ryanair will be offering a new route from Brussels South Charleroi Airport to Toulouse-Blagnac. One flight a day will link up Charleroi with this city in the South of France. Tickets are already available from €19.99 on http://www.ryanair.com. This makes Toulouse the second French city offered by Ryanair and the fourteenth available from Brussels South Charleroi Airport if you take all the airlines into account.
The one flight to Toulouse a day will be available at the following times:
|Charleroi – Toulouse||Departs 10.55 – Arrives 12.30|
|Toulouse – Charleroi||Departs 12.55 – Arrives 14.35|
Toulouse can now be added to the 140 destinations available from BSCA and is the fourteenth French city you can fly to from Charleroi. The destinations available from Brussels South Charleroi Airport to France include the following:
Jean-Jacques Cloquet, Brussels South Charleroi Airport’s CEO, clarifies: “This is one more destination in France available from BSCA. The range of options has been boosted with this new route to Toulouse, a fantastic tourist as well as business destination. Charleroi and Toulouse are two major aviation hubs, with Airbus based in the latter and Sonaca in the former. We are delighted to be able to offer our passengers the chance to fly to La Ville Rose at very attractive prices from an airport where efficiency and punctuality go hand in hand with a smooth flying experience for passengers.”
At a press conference held on 27/01/2016 in Brussels, in the presence of Michael O’Leary, the airline also reminded those present that it is planning to re-launch the route between Charleroi and the home of Romeo and Juliet, Verona, on 1 April 2016. Ryanair also announced the launch of other lines to Eastern Europe, namely Timisoara (Romania) and Sofia (Bulgaria) from 1 November 2016, routes that are already offered by Hungarian airline Wizz Air from Brussels South Charleroi Airport.