The national airline of Belgium and its major carrier, Brussels Airlines, has its base of operations at Brussels Airport. Additionally, it provides charter services, maintenance, and crew training. It travels to more than 100 locations in Europe, North America, and Africa. In addition to the International Air Transport Association, it belongs to the Star Alliance.
History Of Brussels Airlines
On March 25, 2007, Brussels Airlines officially launched. During this time, the airline was obliged to switch from a 13-dot logo to a 14-dot one as a result of complaints from superstitious customers.
It joined Miles & More, Lufthansa’s frequent flyer program, on October 25, 2009. During a ceremony in Brussels Town Hall on December 9, 2009, They joined the Star Alliance as the 26th member.
On January 30, 2014, Brussels Airlines added nine seasonal destinations and made its long-awaited comeback to the Polish market. It also declared that by 2016, the Avro RJ100 aircraft would be permanently retired.
Since January 1st, 2020, Dieter Vranckx has served as the CEO of Brussels Airlines. Edi Wolfersberger and CEO and CCO Dieter Vranckx make up the executive committee (COO). Formerly serving as the company’s CFO was Dieter Vranckx.
On its Airbus A320 fleet, Brussels Airlines introduced a number of Belgian Icon special liveries that each represented a characteristically Belgian item, such as Rackham, Magritte, Trident, and Amare.
Miles & More, a frequent flyer program run by Lufthansa, is used by this Airlines. Along with flights operated by Star Alliance airlines, miles can also be earned on flights operated by participating airlines. With the non-airline partners of it, miles can also be accrued.
LOOP Customer Program
On October 19, 2015, Brussels Airlines introduced the LOOP customer program, which is accessible on all flights within the airline’s network. A growing number of consumers who frequently fly with Brussels Airlines are targeted by LOOP since they don’t find standard frequent flyer programs to offer them many advantages. After one year, on February 1, 2020, the LOOP initiative ended.
There are two onboard magazines available from Brussels Airlines. B-there! is a monthly magazine that is published for the European network. B Spirit Magazine, a bimonthly publication on the African network, is the name of the publication. As a free download for the Apple iPad, the publications are also offered as an application.
On lengthy flights, it offers Business Flex, a full-service business class rate. Also available is complete flexibility. If a passenger has connecting flights, that may offer different fares for medium- and long-haul flights.
The “Brussels Airlines Refund Policy” contains information on the proper refund procedures. Any reimbursement not covered by the appropriate fare restrictions, such as for a faulty flight.
This booking policy enables it to efficiently manage its flight inventories. At the same time, it enables to provide more seat availability to our travel partners and it intends to lessen check-in issues for our customers provided transactions generated by the airline are accurately handled in the PNR of the travel agent.