Brussels Airlines adds services to North Africa and Spain

Lanzarote Airport welcomed the launch of Brussels Airlines’ new link from the Belgian capital which began on October 28. Celebrating the route launch were: Cristina Villalon, Aviapartner delegate; Javier Armas, Tourism Lanzarote; Manuel Vinagre, Lanzarote Airport Director; the captain of the inaugural Brussels Airlines’ departure; and Zurine Urrutia, Head of Operations, Brussels Airlines. Passengers were welcomed by the group Pal Porron who serenaded them with local songs.

  • Brussels Airlines commenced services from Brussels(BRU) to Agadir (RAK), Enfidha (NBE), Hurghada (HRG) and Lanzarote (ACE) on 28 October. It launched another new route on 30 October when it began flying from Brussels to Marsa Alam (RMF). The average sector length on the five new airport pairs is 2,875 kilometres. All of the new routes face direct competition from TUIfly Belgium.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
28-Oct Brussels (BRU) Agadir (RAK) A319 (1) TUIfly Belgium (2)
Enfidha (NBE) A319 (1) TUIfly Belgium (1)
Hurghada (HRG) A320 (2) TUIfly Belgium (1)
Lanzarote (ACE) A320 (3) TUIfly Belgium (2)
30-Oct Brussels (BRU) Marsa Alam (RMF) A320 (2) TUIfly Belgium (2)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 31 October.


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