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Brussels Airlines

Airline name: Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines ICAO code: BEL

Brussels Airlines website: brusselsairlines.com

The flag carrier of Belgium, Brussels Airlines has established its main headquarters in the Brussels Airport, from the time the airline established its operations in 2007. By 2011, it had secured its place as the largest airline in the country, with an impressive selection of 65 destinations across twenty European countries, additionally to various long distance flights to Africa, as well as charter services. Around the same time (2011), it was serving in excess of 6 million passengers each year, with a fleet of 50 airplanes with an average age of 13 years (including various Airbus and Boeing models, as well as several Avro, two Embraer and a single Bombardier Dash 8). Additionally, Brussels Airlines has codeshare agreements with dozens of European carriers, most of which are Star Alliance members. Besides offering the usual alternatives (normal economy and business) in its intercontinental flights, Brussels airlines features three ticket classes within its European flights: one is a full service business class; the other two comparable to full service and no-frills alternatives, available within the same flight.

Major Brussels Airlines hubs

Brussels Airlines operates flights to and from a wide selection of airports across Europe. Of all of the airports that Brussels Airlines serves, the following are some of the most popular:

Brussels, Belgium (BRU) See all low cost airline flights to Brussels
Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) See all low cost airline flights to Frankfurt
Munich, Germany (MUC) See all low cost airline flights to Munich
Zurich, Switzerland (ZRH) See all low cost airline flights to Zurich
Gothenburg, Sweden (GOT) See all low cost airline flights to Gothenburg

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