Singapore Airlines resumes operations in Belgium with the launch of non-stop flights between Changi Airport and Brussels. This new regular passenger service will be available throughout the year and will complement the cargo operations currently offered by the company. In the past, competing carriers Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific had one non-stop flight: the former from Bangkok, and Cathay from Hong Kong; but for the moment they have not announced their return.
Singapore Airlines had even planned its return to Brussels for October 2020, but these plans were canceled due to the pandemic. The Belgian capital is a strategic destination for travelers representing EU institutions. Belgian customers will be able to access the airline’s extensive network in Australia, New Zealand, mainland China, East Asia and South East Asia.
With the new service to Brussels, the number of European destinations in the company’s network increases to 13: it currently serves Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Rome-Fiumicino, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London-Heathrow, Manchester , Munich, Milan-Malpensa and Zurich.