Business travellers will be an important target group for Brussels Airlines in the upcoming winter season, announced the company on Wednesday.
Even if Brussels Airlines does not expect business travel to return to pre-pandemic levels, the airline has released its winter offer to target business travellers as they are "seeing clear signs in the market that business travel is on the rise again."
Maaike Andries, a spokesperson for Brussels Airlines detailed the destinations that will be offered to business travellers: "the main routes are those to Germany, Switzerland, Austria), as well as Eastern Europe with Budapest and Prague and Scandinavian routes such as Stockholm, Copenhagen and Gothenburg."
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Furthermore, the Brussels Airlines's tourist offer is concentrated on nine sunny destinations in southern Europe, including the Canary Islands, Alicante, Barcelona and Valencia.
In addition, the short-haul network includes 39 destinations extends from Oslo (Norway) to Edinburgh (United Kingdom) via Yerevan (Armenia), Tel Aviv (Israel) and Hurghada (Egypt).
For the rest, Brussels Airlines will only operate intercontinental flights to New York, USA, with Washington D.C. being only served during the summer.