All-class rating 5.2
- Boarding 4.9
- Seat for sitting 5.2
- Seat for sleeping 2.8
- Service 5.5
- Entertainment 1.9
- Food & drink 4.3
- Punctuality 6.1
- Baggage 5.9
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Brussels Airlines (airline code SN) is based at Brussels Airport, Belgium. It has a fleet of 48 short and long-haul aircraft and flies throughout Europe and Africa.
Brussels Airlines sprang from the marriage of SN Brussels Airlines, the largest full-service Belgian airline and Virgin Express, Europe's first low-cost airline, in 2006. SN Brussels was originally set up to replace Sabena, the former Belgian flag-carrier, which collapsed in 2001.
Lufthansa bought a 45 per cent stake in Brussels Airlines in 2008 and has an option for a complete takeover within two years.
Brussels Airlines is primarily a European regional airline, but it also has a network of routes throughout central, east and west Africa that is generally unique among European airlines. Many of these are former colonies. Among 14 African destinations are Kinshasa in Congo, Monrovia in Liberia, Kigali in Rwanda and Conakry in Guinea.
The deal with Lufthansa means Brussels Airlines has joined the Star Alliance. For the Star Alliance website, click here
As well as this, Brussels Airlines acts as a feeder airline for Jet Airways, the Indian carrier which has a hub at Brussels Airport.
For the carrier's Wikipedia page, click here.
To check fares visit brusselsairlines.com.
Brussels Airlines user reviews
DanielBoyarin flew Brussels Airlines Economy (short haul)
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