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Singapore Airlines relaunches Brussels flights after 20 years

Singapore Airlines resumes its Brussels service, expanding its European network and strengthening global connectivity with four weekly flights.

In a significant milestone for international aviation, Singapore Airlines has officially resumed its flight operations to Brussels, marking a notable return after a hiatus of more than 20 years. The inaugural flight of this renewed service was distinguished by a ceremonial water salute, symbolizing a warm welcome back to Brussels Airport.

This reintroduction expands Singapore Airlines’ European network, adding Brussels as the 13th European gateway, thus enhancing the airline’s global connectivity. The relaunch event, held at Brussels Airport, saw distinguished attendees including Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and the Singapore Ambassador to Benelux, reflecting the importance of this route in fostering international relations and connectivity.

Dai Hao Yu, Singapore Airlines Acting Senior Vice President Marketing Planning, highlighted the strategic significance of the Brussels route, stating, “Brussels gives our customers from Europe an additional point to connect to Singapore, as well as the wider Asia-Pacific region.” This route not only strengthens the bridge between Europe and Asia but also offers travelers enhanced flexibility and convenience for international travel.

Singapore Airlines has scheduled four weekly flights from Brussels to Singapore, catering to the needs of both business and leisure travelers. The flights will be serviced by the state-of-the-art Airbus A350-900 aircraft, known for its long-haul capabilities. The aircraft boasts 253 seats spread across three cabin classes, with 42 seats in Business Class, ensuring a comfortable and luxurious experience for passengers.

The reintroduction of Brussels flights by Singapore Airlines underscores the airline’s commitment to expanding its global footprint and providing passengers with more travel options. This development is anticipated to boost tourism and commerce between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, further solidifying Singapore Airlines’ position as a leading carrier in the international aviation landscape.

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