Brussels Airlines to Launch 9 New Routes

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 March 2016
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DSC_1526Brussels Airlines announced it will add eight new European destinations to its network in the coming months, as well as a new long-haul flight to Toronto.

The carrier will offer five flights a week to Belfast, Northern Ireland from Brussels, as well as six flights a week to Nuremberg, Germany. The airline will also begin 12 weekly flights to Nantes, France.

The Belgian flag carrier will add three destinations in Spain, namely Jerez, located in the country’s Andalusia region, with two flights a week, as well as Las Palmas and Tenerife, in the country’s Canary Islands, both with two weekly flights.

Finally, the airline plans to begin twice-weekly service to Heraklion, situated on the Greek island of Crete, as well to Thessaloniki, also located in Greece.

Brussels Airlines will partner with Air Canada on the new Toronto route, making it a codeshare. The service, slated to commence in April, comes in the wake of Jet Airways’ cancellation of its Brussels-Toronto route.

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