Brussels Airlines, the largest Belgian airline, flies to more than 65 destinations in Europe and provides long-haul service to more than twenty destinations in Africa. Brussels Airlines was formed from the merger of SN Brussels Airlines and Virgin Express, and from the former assets of Sabena, Belgium’s former flag carrier. Headquartered in Brussels, Brussels Airlines is now a subsidiary of Lufthansa, and part of the Star Alliance Network
Class of Service
Brussels Airlines provides two-class service on long-haul flights and three-class service on short-haul flights.
Business Class passengers on long-haul flights enjoy dedicated check-in, priority baggage delivery, lounge access, a lie-flat seat, an individual LCD screen featuring movies and other entertainment, a laptop power outlet, complimentary meal and beverage service and a free upgrade to VIP valet parking at Brussels Airport. Passengers traveling in Business Class on short-haul flights enjoy lounge access, complimentary food and beverage service, empty middle seats, priority baggage delivery and expedited security screening (where available).
Flexible Economy Class
Flexible Economy Class, referred to as b.flex economy+, is available on flights throughout Europe. Passengers traveling in b.flex economy+ enjoy complimentary food and beverage service and expedited security screening (where available). b.flex passengers can pay for access to the lounge in Brussels Airport and, subject to availability within the same fare class, can change their booking without penalties.
Passengers traveling in Economy Class on long-haul flights enjoy LCD screens throughout the cabin, featuring movies and other entertainment, and complimentary meal and beverage service. Passengers traveling in Economy Class on short-haul flights, referred to as b.light economy, are able to choose their seats when checking in.
Food and Drink
Complimentary food and beverage service is provided to all passengers on long-haul flights and on routes to Agadir, Athens, Marrakech and Moscow and to Business and b.flex economy+ passengers on short-haul flights.
On long-haul flights, passengers enjoy a wide range of audio channels and movies. Business Class passengers on long-haul flights enjoy individual LCD screens. Brussels Airlines is planning to retrofit its A330-300s with an entertainment system with audio and video on demand at each seat.
Passengers traveling in Business Class on long-haul flights have access to a power outlet for their laptops.