As part of its ambitious expansion plan for the 2024 summer season, airline Ryanair has announced the addition of two exciting destinations from its base in Brussels-Charleroi. From April next year, travelers will be able to fly to Sarajevo, in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Dubrovnik, in Croatia, thus expanding the choice of summer destinations from the Belgian capital.
These new routes reinforce Brussels-Charleroi’s position as a key hub for Ryanair, providing travelers with diverse options for their summer getaways. Sarajevo, rich in history and culture, and Dubrovnik, the jewel of the Croatian coast, add a picturesque touch to the airline’s network.
One more step in summer expansion
The two new routes are the result of a considered expansion strategy by the low-cost airline. With these additions, the Irish operator now offers four flights per week to Sarajevo (SJJ) and two weekly flights to Dubrovnik-Ruđer Bošković (DBV) from Brussels-Charleroi.
These destinations will offer Belgian passengers an opportunity to discover hidden gems and spectacular landscapes, strengthening the airline’s position as the preferred choice for summer travel from the Western European country.