Brussels Airlines is Belgium’s official flag carrier airline and has its headquarters in Brussels Airport in Diegem, Machelen, Belgium. It is Belgium’s largest airline operator with more 65 destinations in up to 20 countries in Europe. It offers long haul flights to Central, East and West Africa and North America and has its slogan as ‘Experience our Passion’. It is a subsidiary of Lufthansa and SN Airholding. The airline is a member of the Association of European Airlines (AEA), Star Alliance and the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Skytrax ranks the airline as number three in Star Airline and it operates maintenance, charter services and training of cockpit and cabin crew.
Brussels Airlines Check-In
It is advised that passengers are at the airport three hours before their flight departure time and when you book online, you should do that within 24 hours before your flight departure schedule.
The airline’s baggage allowance is not expected to exceed 32kg which is the limit of baggage that will be checked in. Passengers with children under the age of two ages can make use of ten kg free baggage allowance plus one foldable stroller and for the long haul, it is expected that the foldable stroller and free baggage allowance is 23 kg
Brussels Airlines Baggage Restriction
The check in with explosives, fireworks, ammunitions, corrosive materials, radioactive materials, flares and lighters are not allowed. Passengers are advised to check the airline’s guidelines on baggage restriction before coming to the airport with items.
Brussels Airlines In-flight Entertainment
In 2011, the airline’s A330 fleet had better interior design whose economy seats have the AVOD personal in-flight entertainment nine inch screens. The business class offers passengers AVOD IFE system that is improved with a 15 inch screen called Rave. There are lots of musicals, videos, games, audio, drinks and foods according to the distance of the flight.
The in-flight magazine of the airline are two types, there is the b-there! for the European network which is a monthly publication and b-spirit! for the African network and it is published every two months.
Miles & More For Frequent Flyers
Brussels Airlines has its frequent flyer, Miles & More which is what is found in Lufthansa’s flights. Passengers can earn Miles on each flight that is operated by the airline which would have to adhere to this program. Qualified members can enjoy the different card membership like the Privilege Gold members and Privilege Platinum card holders. It has a lot of benefits for passengers around the world and can be seen in a lot of airports that the airline visits including the use of its comfortable and luxury lounges
Hotels & Accommodation
You can make use of the most expensive hotel or even the affordable hotels that are suited according to your need with this travel agent.
Brussels Airlines Class
The airline has its first class, business class and the economy class for its passengers.
Brussels Airlines Flight Information
Airbus A319-100, Airbus A320-200, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, and Avro RJ100, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 are fleets that are seen in Brussels Airlines flights.
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