Brussels airport has revealed a number of new routes to be variously operated by EuroLOT, Thomas Cook Airlines and Aegean Airlines.
Starting 3 March, Polish regional carrier EuroLOT will serve the Belgian capital from Gdansk four times per week. From Wroclaw, the Bombardier Q400 operator will fly to Brussels three times a week, beginning 18 March.
Leisure carrier Thomas Cook is to conduct once-weekly return flights from Brussels to Split in Croatia between 29 June and 28 September, using Airbus A320s.
Meanwhile, Greek carrier Aegean will introduce direct services between Thessaloniki and Brussels, says the latter city’s airport operator.