Brussels Airlines Launches New York JFK Service, New Business Class

By Eva Leonard on 16 January 2012
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Brussels Airlines, a member of the Star Alliance, is scheduled to launch daily service between Brussels, Belgium and New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on June 1. Tickets are now available for purchase.

The route will be flown using Airbus A330-300 or A330-200 aircraft, featuring Brussels Airlines’ new 180° lie-flat business-class seats.  Both aircraft also feature new ergonomic economy-class seats, and a new on-demand entertainment system available in six different languages, that also provides iPad connectivity

Flights from New York to Brussels will be overnight, while flights from Brussels to New York will depart in the mornings. Brussels Airlines offers connections from Brussels throughout Europe, as well as to 21 destinations in Africa.

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