Brussels Airlines, the national airline of Belgium and a member of the Star Alliance Group, has announced its flight schedule for the 2022 summer season which sees the airline flying to two Croatian airports – Split and Dubrovnik.
The Brussels – Split – Brussels route has been announced from Saturday, April 23 to the very end of the summer flight schedule, Saturday, October 29, Croatian Aviation reported.
Currently, two flights a week are announced, both on Saturdays, so this airline will offer 642 seats on its A319 and A320 aircraft on a weekly basis between the two cities.
Tickets for the Brussels – Dubrovnik – Brussels route will go on sale from April 2, and flights are announced once a week, also on Saturdays. Unlike flights to Split, the route to Dubrovnik should operate until October 1st. Airbus A319 aircraft with a capacity of 141 seats in the passenger cabin have been announced between Brussels and Dubrovnik.
Although the airline was expected to increase the number of weekly rotations to Croatia, judging by the published schedule for the summer season, this will not happen.
Brussels Airlines confirmed earlier that it will not return to Zagreb International Airport, which was expected given that Ryanair has introduced a regular route between Brussels Charleroi Airport and Zagreb, and Croatian national airline, Croatia Airlines.
This year, Brussels does not plan to operate towards Zadar Airport, but only to keep seasonal operations towards Split and Dubrovnik.