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Brussels Airlines to temporarily suspend flights
Brussels Airlines will ground its fleet as of March 21, 2020, temporarily suspending service until April 19, 2020.
Air Canada and Brussels Airlines launch new service to Brussels
Two airlines have announced new service to Brussels, one from Toronto and the other from Montreal.
Brussels Airlines relaunches its Bristol and Hanover routes
With 12 weekly flights to and from Bristol and 6 weekly flights to and from Hannover, Brussels Airlines has re-launched the routes that were previously operated by wet lease partner Flybmi.
Brussels Airlines wants to offer ‘boutique hotel in the air’ with A330s
With an investment of 10 million euro per aircraft in a completely new Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class, Brussels Airlines says it wants to offer ‘a boutique hotel in the air’.
What Belgium’s national strike will mean for Brussels Airlines & Air Canada passengers
In anticipation of Belgium’s national strike, Brussels Airlines will be cancelling 100% of its flights on Feb. 13.
Stop over in Belgium – for free – with Brussels Airlines’ new program
Brussels Airlines has launched ‘Belgium Stop Over’, a new program that allows passengers to visit Belgium for up to five days at no additional cost.
Brussels Airlines’ new Economy Light fare available on Toronto route
Brussels Airlines is the latest airline to offer a barebones Economy fare designed for budget-conscious travellers.
United brings in $60 first bag fee with new ‘almost’ basic economy fares to Europe
United Airlines says its new lowest-priced fares are the first step towards a Basic Economy product on trans-Atlantic United flights.
New leadership structure at Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines says it will remain a Belgian entity and Belgium’s home carrier, and will continue to grow in the wake of an executive shakeup that includes a new CEO and CFO.
Security high in Brussels after explosion at city’s central station
Security was high around Brussels rail facilities Wednesday the morning after a man blew up an explosive device at the city's Central Station in yet another attack this week in a European capital.
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‘The Future of Travel: Back to Business?’ A virtual conference presented by Travelweek
Travelweek, the leading news source for the Canadian travel industry, hosted a virtual conference with top industry executives on June 3, 2020
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