Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium’s Brussels to Split
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium’s inaugural flight to Split was celebrated at Brussels Airport with this fantastic two-side cake. The service is operated twice-weekly using its A320s.
- Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium expanded its Brussels (BRU) offering with the addition of three new routes. On 28 June, the airline added weekly operations (Saturdays) on the 1,051-kilometre sector to Ajaccio (AJA) in France, a route which is already flown by Jetairfly (twice-weekly) and Brussels Airlines (weekly). The same day, it also inaugurated weekly flights (Saturdays) to Bastia (BIA), competing with Brussels Airlines (weekly flights) and Jetairfly (also weekly flights). Both of the French airport pairs are served using its 144-seat A319s. Lastly, on 29 June, the leisure carrier started serving the 1,210-kilometre sector to Split (SPU) with twice-weekly flights (Wednesdays and Sundays), using its 180-seat A320s. There is no competition on the Croatian route.