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Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is the flag carrier and largest airline of Belgium based and headquartered at Brussels Airport. Brussels Airlines operates to over 75 destinations in Europe, North America and Africa


About Brussels Airlines

Brussels-Airlines-Airbus A319

Brussels Airlines Airbus A319

Mainly considered as the little brother in the Airbus A320 family, the A319 is also the smallest bird in our Airbus fleet. With a seating capacity holding up to 141 guests, this twin-engine aircraft offers the same comfort and quality as its bigger variant. One of the main strengths of the Airbus A319 is its flexibility, being able to land on shorter runways and having a higher maximum range to also easily reach our destinations in northern Africa and the Middle East.

Number of aircraft 22 & Number of seats 141

Brussels-Airlines-Airbus A320

Brussels Airlines Airbus A320

The Airbus A320 is one of the most successful and versatile jetliners cruising the blue skies. This twin-engine single-aisle aircraft flies to both short and medium-range destinations, spread in all corners of Europe and even beyond. Airbus’ A320 has opened up a new exciting way of travelling, and Brussels Airlines made this experience even more fun and colourful.

Number of aircraft 16 & Number of seats 180

Brussels-Airlines-Airbus A330-200

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-200

The Airbus A330-200 is a shortened, longer-ranged variant of the Airbus A330-300 and mainly operates flights to and from India, the African continent and North America. This twin-aisle widebody is one of the most modern and reliable aircraft in the sky, providing all passengers with sufficient personal space in order to bring a high level of comfort and relaxation.

Number of aircraft 4 & Number of seats 262

Brussels-Airlines-Airbus A330-300

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-300

The Airbus A330-300 is the biggest bird in the Brussels Airlines fleet and mainly operates flights to and from North America, India and the African continent. This twin-engine aircraft delivers high-quality comfort to all those on board and offers the latest-generation entertainment systems. This iconic airliner remains Brussels Airlines’ top choice for long distance flights.

Number of aircraft 6 & Number of seats 288


Brussels Airlines Sukhoi Superjet 100

This twin-engine jet offers high standards of performance and environmental efficiency. With a seating capacity for about 100 passengers, this modern aircraft is operated by the Irish CityJet and mainly operates flights to smaller airports in our European network. Sukhoi Superjet 100 cabin is modern, spacious and one of the most comfortable cabins out there.

Number of aircraft 4 & Number of seats 98