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[Brussels Airlines] We have some news to share with you!

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Find out what's up in the air at Brussels Airlines.
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How do we prepare our flight crew to take off again?
With the gradual expansion of our flight offer, we have been working hard to get our planes fully ready again to hit the skies, and to retrain our cabin and cockpit crew. Our pilots go through an intensive month-long training to welcome you back on board soon.
Watch their training here
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 In addition to a range of new features, you can now also choose from a broader offer of flights: check all your flight options with simply one click - all Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines flights are also bookable now on our platform, as well as their destinations! Take a look now on our website or in our renewed app (iOS/Android)!
REBOOKABLE - Book your flight worry-free: all Brussels Airlines tickets can currently be modified without a rebooking fee, and that as often as you like*!
Make your flight carbon neutral with Compensaid.
Make your flight carbon neutral with Compensaid.
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[BX1] Brussels Airlines : et bientôt, reprendre les airs

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Brussels Airlines : et bientôt, reprendre les airs

La compagnie bruxelloise se prépare à reprendre des activités plus importantes. Avec la crise sanitaire, les avions de Brussels Airlines ont été, pour la plupart, cloués au sol de nombreux mois. Mais avec l'autorisation des voyages non-essentiels, la compagnie prépare son redémarrage, pour l'été. Ainsi, les pilotes doivent être reformés, comme le personnel au sol lire plus

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[] Brussels Airlines' last Airbus A330-200 on the way to Twente Airport, The Netherlands, to be dismantled

Brussels Airlines' last Airbus A330-200 on the way to Twente Airport, The Netherlands, to be dismantled -
Today, 1 February 2021, at 12:00 (UTC+1), Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-200 registered OO-SFZ will leave Brussels Airport for the last time. The destination is Twente Airport (Enschede) in The Netherlands, where the plane will be dismantled and rec…
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Inside Brussels Airlines: how an airline prepares its fleet for

Inside Brussels Airlines: how an airline prepares its fleet for hibernation

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Brussels Airlines: How an airline prepares its fleet for hibernation - InsideFlyer
Take a look behind the scenes at Brussels Airlines on how they prepare their aircrafts for the COVID-19 storage.
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This Is How Brussels Airlines Prepares Its Planes For Parking - Simple Flying
Like many other carriers, Brussels Airlines has had to drastically reduce its operations as a result of the…
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[Brussels Airlines] Message from our CEO.

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Thank you for your trust.
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Dear customer,

These days we are facing unprecedented circumstances, causing uncertainty amongst travellers around the world. Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus, we have been monitoring the situation hourly and we have evaluated all possible scenarios. Our priorities are clear: we want to be the most reliable airline towards you, be the best possible employer, and make sure we come back stronger after this crisis. That is why we have taken the difficult decision to suspend our operations between 20 March and 19 April included.

Also in difficult times, our customers will continue to be at the core of our activities. We cannot emphasize enough how sorry we are for the cancelled flights due to the corona outbreak. If you would decide to postpone your trip to a later time, even if your flight is not cancelled, we fully understand. We will assist you by extending our flexibility so you don't have to wait on the phone right now.

All passengers with a ticket booked before or on 31 March (with flights until 31 December – whether cancelled or not) can rebook their ticket until 31 August, to another travel date until 1 year after your original ticket purchase (or until 31 December 2020 whichever comes first). Furthermore, if you would like, you can also modify the origin and/or destination of your ticket. If you are interested in this possibility, there's nothing you need to do right now. Simply contact us before 31 August, when you have decided when you want to fly again. This way you can reschedule worry-free, without time pressure.

You can find all recent updates and information on, as well as the most frequently asked questions. In case we have new information, this will immediately be added on our website. Please make sure to visit before contacting our customer service, to avoid extra waiting times.

Finally, we would like to thank you for your trust in these challenging times. The health and safety of you and your loved ones always remain our highest priority, and we will never compromise on this commitment. We really appreciate your support and hope to welcome you on board again soon.
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Kind regards,
Dieter Vranckx

CEO Brussels Airlines