At the start of summer time, Brussels Airport presents its summer schedule that applies from 27 March till 29 October 2011.
This summer no less than 80 airlines will operate direct scheduled and charter passenger services to 214 destinations, another record for Brussels Airport.
So far, Brussels Airport will welcome four new airlines in 2011: Air Vallée, Belle Air, Montenegro Airlines and Qatar Airways.
The summer schedule includes services to nine new passenger destinations: Angers, Bacau, Doha, Liverpool, Podgorica, Porto Santo, Pristina, San Sebastian and Tirana.
Other major network developments include:
- Brussels Airlines with 6 new A319/A320 aircraft, new services to Agadir, Marrakesh, Lamezia Terme, and increased number of daily flights to Athens, Bilbao and Prague
- Aegean Airlines with a second daily flight to Athens
- Etihad Airways with a 7th and 8th weekly flight to Abu Dhabi
- Additional flights by Adria Airways, Air Arabia, Blue1, Egyptair, Estonian Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Icelandair, Middle East Airlines, Royal Jordanian and Syrian Air
On several routes, including Montreal, Newark and Philadelphia larger planes are used.