Due to the global outbreak of the Coronavirus and the consequent travel bans, Brussels Airlines has decided to temporarily suspend all its flight operations from 21 March 2020.
Between now and then, Brussels Airlines’ flight operations will be reduced gradually in a controlled and structured manner in order to bring passengers and crews home.
As of 17 March, the airline will gradually reduce its flight schedule until 20 March. From 21 March until 19 April included, all flights will be suspended.
All intercontinental departures to Africa, will as of 17 March, be operated in the afternoon, for connectivity reasons with the short haul network.
The Belgian carrier will continue to keep a minimal capacity on standby base for repatriation flights should this be required.