Coronavirus: Brussels Airlines Extends Flight Suspension
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, Brussels Airlines has extended the temporary suspension of flights to 15 May, 2020. Originally flights were scheduled to restart on 20 April, 2020.
The airline keeps however a minimal flight capacity available for repatriation flights of the government and the transport of humanitarian freight.
Aiming at a stable flight offer as soon as flights resume, Brussels Airlines is at present working on a reduced network responding to the needs of business and leisure travellers.
As of the moment of the restart of its operations, the airline will in a gradual approach scale up its network offer according to the demand and needs of the markets it serves.
More information on the network offered as of May 15th will be announced by the airline soon.
During these very challenging times full of uncertainties, Brussels Airlines is offering its passengers high flexibility in terms of rebooking options.
Passengers have until 31 August to decide on a new travel date that can take place up to 30 April 2021. Passengers can also choose to change their ticket to another destination.