Brussels-Zaventem airport will be the departure point for six new flights offered by four air carriers throughout the summer season. These are PLAY, Transavia, Flyr and TUS Airways.
The summer season will be eventful at the Belgian airport with a new seasonal offer comprising nearly two hundred destinations served by more than sixty airlines.
Sun travel enthusiasts can fly to many destinations during peak season. Departing from Brussels-Zaventem airport, they can fly to Ohrid, Zadar and Kalamata in Europe, Curaçao in the Caribbean and Havana in Cuba.
Other sun destinations will be connected to the Belgian airport in summer, namely Alicante and Ibiza in Spain, Faro in Portugal and Heraklion in Greece, including Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Other carriers will resume their service at Brussels-Zaventem during the summer season, such as Delta Air Lines which will serve it from New York JFK and Air Transat which will provide direct flights from its Montreal-Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau hub in Montreal.
Brussels Airlines and TUI Fly will be the companies offering the largest number of flights departing from this airport to the African continent. Their programs will include must-see tourist destinations such as Ouagadougou Conakry.