For this winter season Brussels Airporttravelers are offered direct connections connecting the Belgian capital to 135 destinations.
Some 54 airlines serve 135 destinations from Brussels Airport during the winter season. Added to this are two new airlines which are starting their activities at Brussels airport this winter: Royal Jordanian offers three weekly flights from/to Amman, and Flynas will fly for the first time in December from/to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, also with three flights per week.
The intercontinental network has, for its part, been reinforced with higher frequencies. Qatar Airways is increasing the frequency to/from Doha from 7 to 10 flights per week, and Etihad Airways is increasing its route to/from Abu Dhabi from 5 to 7 flights per week. Brussels Airlines is also strengthening its offer to West Africa this winter. Hainan Airlines is maintaining the flights launched this summer from/to Shenzhen.
TUI fly has significantly expanded the number of destinations and flights to North Africa this summer, and will add Algiers and Tunis this winter. Thus, TUI fly offers no less than 10 destinations in Morocco, 5 in Algeria and 3 in Tunisia. And winter sports fans will once again be spoiled for choice with flights to Innsbruck and Salsburg in Austria, as well as Kittila and Kuusamo in Finland.
And for those who want to seek out the sun, the TUI fly offer to Egypt continues to be strengthened, with no less than 5 destinations: Cairo, Hurghada, Marsa Alam, Sharm-El-Sheikh and Luxor, as well as Cape Verde. Banjul in The Gambia is also very popular, as are traditional sunnier destinations like the Canary Islands, where you have the choice of Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. TUI fly will also fly this winter to the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Mexico.
Transavia, Swiss, SAS, Vueling, SunExpress and Brussels Airlines are also among the airlines which are significantly increasing their number of flights this winter.