Brussels Airlines Fleet
Brussels Airlines Fleet consist of 48 Airbus and 4 SSJ100. Except SSJ100's which used by Irish CityJet on behalf of Brussels Airlines, the fleet consist of Airbus Aircrafts.
Mainly considered as the small Airbus A320, the A319 is also the smallest aircraft in Brussels Airlines' Airbus fleet. Airbus A319 has 141 seating capacity, this twin-engine aircraft offers comfort and quality. Brussels Airlines uses the Airbus A319 for short haul destination like northern Africa and the Middle East.
Number of aircraft 22 & Number of seats 141
The Airbus A320, This aircraft has twin-engine single-aisle. Brussels Airlines flies this A320 aircraft to both short and medium-haul destinations.
Number of aircraft 16 & Number of seats 180
The Airbus A330-200 is a shortened version of the Airbus A330-300. This twin-aisle widebody Airbus A330-200 has wide space for passengers. Airbus A330-200 has 262 seating capacity.
Number of aircraft 4 & Number of seats 262
The Airbus A330-300 is the biggest aircraft, this kind of aircraft normally being used for long haul flights and Brussels Airlines uses this aircrafts to North America, India and the African continent. This twin-engine A330-300 is the first choice for nearly all airlines for long distance flights.
Number of aircraft 6 & Number of seats 288
The SSJ100 – a fusion of Russia’s famed aviation design and production skills with the latest systems. Sukhoi Superjet 100 has twin-engine. Sukhoi Superjet 100 has 100 seating capacity. This SSJ100 aircrafts are based in Brussels and being used by the Irish CityJet on behalf of Brussels Airlines.
Number of aircraft 4 & Number of seats 98