15 Nov 2010
Customers of Brussels Airlines can count on a reliable, caring and value-oriented service. On its European routes, passengers have the choice of a genuine business class product offering all the advantages of flexibility and premium service (b.business), a flexible travel formula where time-saving and comfort go hand in hand (b.flex economy+), and a low fare solution (b.light economy). On medium (to Tel Aviv) and long-haul flights (to Africa), passengers can choose between a traditional business or economy class.
In addition to nearly 30 destinations on the African continent, Brussels Airlines and its intercontinental partners offer long-haul service to North America, the Middle East, China, India and Thailand. Furthermore, as a Star Alliance member, Brussels Airlines also offers connections via Brussels to a global network of some 900 destinations.
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Passengers who choose to fly with Brussels Airlines are guaranteed exceptional ease and comfort on the ground. Brussels Airport, designed on a human scale, is one of Europeís most user-friendly airports. Transferring from one flight to another is convenient and easy thanks to clear multilingual signs around the terminals. Travellers also have access to a wide range of shops offering tax-free merchandise. Brussels Airport has received several awards, including ìBest Airport in Europe 2010î at the European Routes conference, and Airport Marketing Award 2010 at the World Routes conference.
Miles & More is Europeís leading airline loyalty programme, offering Brussels Airlines’ passengers direct access to a fantastic range of benefits and advantages when flying throughout the world. With direct access to a huge range of Miles & More airlines and numerous ground partners, Brussels Airlinesí frequent flyers can now earn miles faster than with any other programme.
Whether youíre between meetings or on your way to the airport, you can manage your travel plans with Brussels Airlines easily. Check in anywhere, any time from your web-enabled mobile device (from 24 hours right up to one hour before your flight). There is no need for a printer as the boarding pass will be sent to your mobile device as a 2D barcode, which can then be used at many locations in airports.
Brussels Airlines continues to grow from strength to strength. In July 2010, four new destinations were added to the Brussels Airlines African network ñ Accra (Ghana), Cotonou (Benin), Lome (Togo), and Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), boosting the airlineís reputation as the leading specialist for flights between Europe and Africa. In October 2010, an additional two African destinations ñ Marrakech and Agadir ñ were added, bringing the total number of Brussels Airlines African destinations to 20. In addition, from the end of March 2011, Brussels Airlines will offer a second daily flight between Brussels Airport and Athens.
Awards won by Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlinesí consistent drive for excellence has been reflected in the awards it has won over the years. Among others, Brussels Airlines has won the Long-Haul Airline of the year on numerous occasions, as well as the Belgian Travel Industryís Short-Haul airline of the year for the eighth successive year. In 2010, Brussels Airlines swept several awards at the Corporate Traveller Airline Awards, including first place in the Economy Class category.
Brussels Airlines is owned by SN Airholding, and is backed by more than 80 years of aviation experience. In June 2009, Lufthansa Group became a shareholder of the airline. On December 9, 2009, Brussels Airlines joined the leading global airline network Star Alliance.
For more information, visit www.brusselsairlines.com