Tag: Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines takes delivery of its first A320neo

Brussels Airlines, Belgium’s national airline and member of the Lufthansa Group, has taken delivery of its first out of five new A320neo aircraft. The A320neo is part of the airline's fleet renewal strategy to operate the latest state of the art, efficient aircraft in order to meet Brussels Air...

Berlin Brandenburg Airport: facial recognition replaces boarding pass

Berlin Brandenburg Airport is introducing BER Traveller – a digital service for biometric access control. Effective immediately, Lufthansa Group Airlines Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Eurowings’ HON Circle Members and Senators can enjoy the new service at BER. ...

Dorothea von Boxberg to be CEO of Brussels Airlines

Dorothea von Boxberg is set to become the new CEO of Brussels Airlines. Subject to the pending resolution by the Board of Directors of SN Airholding, Dorothea von Boxberg, who is currently Chairperson of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Cargo AG, will take over in Belgium as of 15 April 2023. In ...

Lufhtansa Group generates operating profit of 1.1 billion euros in the third quarter

Carsten Spohr, CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, said: "The Lufthansa Group achieved a very strong result in the third quarter with an operating profit of over one billion euros, thus demonstrating its regained profitability. "All business segments, passenger airlines as well as logistics and MRO, c...

Brussels Airlines runs 3,000 empty flights to maintain airport slots

Brussels Airlines runs 3,000 empty flights to maintain airport slots

By The Bulletin Brussels Airlines has operated 3,000 empty flights this winter to avoid losing take-off and landing rights at major airports, it has been revealed. The airline's parent company, Lufthansa, said it had flown 18,000 times this winter without passengers, including 3,000 flights un...

Brussels Airlines confirms its position in the market with a new brand identity

Today, Brussels Airlines presents a new brand identity, confirming its position in the market as Belgium’s home carrier and the Africa expert of the Lufthansa Group. Updated colours, a new logo and aircraft livery are the visual token of the airline’s new chapter, stating its readiness fo...

No more rebooking fees for Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines flights

Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines are generally changing their ticket fare structure until the end of December. With immediate effect, all fares can be rebooked several times free of charge – including, for example, the lowest light fare without checked baggage. In response...

Lufthansa Group: 50 percent of the fleet back in the air

Due to the significant changes in the booking wishes of their passengers, the airlines in the Lufthansa Group are switching from short-term to longer-term flight planning and are now completing their flight schedules by the end of October. The new summer timetable will be implemented in the booking ...

Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines and TUI are ready to safely resume air travel

Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines and TUI are ready to safely resume air travel

As of the 15th of June, international travel will again be possible. Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines and TUI are looking forward to the restart and are ready to welcome passengers and have them travel in the safest and most comfortable conditions. Both at the airport and on board the necessary ...

Brussels Airlines restarts its operations with a network of 59 destinations

Brussels Airlines restarts its operations with a network of 59 destinations

Last week Brussels Airlines announced that it will restart its commercial flights from its hub at Brussels Airport on 15 June. Based on market demand and ongoing travel restrictions, the airline will offer an adapted and downsized summer schedule, which will consist of approximately 30% of Brussels...

Lufthansa Group extends free rebooking period

Lufthansa Group extends free rebooking period

The Lufthansa Group Airlines Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Air Dolomiti are even more responsive to their customers when it comes to rebooking. Anyone booking a flight in the next few weeks can do so without any worries. Passengers who wish to change their travel dat...

Brussels Airlines plans to resume its flight operations as from 15 June

Brussels Airlines plans to resume its flight operations as from 15 June

After more than seven weeks of hibernation mode, Brussels Airlines is planning to resume its operations as from 15 June. The Belgian home carrier plans to start with a reduced flight offer that will be built up in a phased approach according to the market demand and to the travel restrictions. Whil...

Brussels Airlines takes substantial measures to ensure its survival

Brussels Airlines takes substantial measures to ensure its survival

The extremely negative impact of the coronavirus crisis on the company’s financials and the ongoing very low demand for air travel urge Brussels Airlines to take substantial and indispensable measures to guarantee the survival of the company. To grant a future for Brussels Airlines, the carri...

Growth for Sheremetyevo International Airport in Post COVID-19 Era

Alexander Ponomarenko, Chairman of Sheremetyevo International Airport's (SVO) Board of Directors, discussed the airport's response to the global pandemic and the prospects for resuming growth in airport activity in a post-Covid-19 era. In an interview with Forbes Russia, Ponomarenko discussed th...

Lufthansa Group extends free rebooking period and offers 50 euros discount

Lufthansa Group extends free rebooking period and offers 50 euros discount

In view of the exceptional circumstances caused by the spread of the coronavirus, Lufthansa Group Airlines Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Air Dolomiti are meeting their customers' needs even more closely. As already announced on 13 March, customers who have tickets fo...

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