After a long four-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Brussels Airlines is set to resume flights to the popular tourist destination of Sharm-el-Sheikh in October. The resumption of these flights is good news for travel enthusiasts and the tourism industry, as it marks a gradual return to normal. With its gorgeous beaches, vibrant coral reefs and cultural attractions, the Egyptian resort town has long been a favorite destination for travelers seeking sun, relaxation and adventure.
By reconnecting with the Egyptian seaside resort, Brussels Airlines aims to offer its customers a long-awaited opportunity to once again explore this picturesque destination. Its airport will benefit from a weekly flight from Brussels-Zaventem. The inaugural flight will take place on October 27 and will be operated by A320 with a capacity of 180 seats.
As for flight schedules, departures are scheduled on Fridays at 7:10 a.m., while return flights will take place on the same days at 2:00 p.m.
Sharm-el-Sheikh, located at the southern end of the Sinai Peninsula, has golden beaches, crystal clear waters and a mesmerizing underwater ecosystem that attracts diving and snorkeling enthusiasts from all over the world. The city also offers a blend of traditional Egyptian culture and modern amenities, making it an ideal vacation spot for families, adventure seekers and sun worshipers. From exploring historic sites like St. Catherine’s Monastery to water sports, the Egyptian beach town offers a diverse range of experiences for all types of travelers.