Belgian flag air carrier Brussels Airlines (SN/BEL), the member of Star Alliance, has resumed flight operations on summer seasonal routes to Croatia. The first flight was on Saturday, April 2nd from Brussels to Dubrovnik. The first flight was operated by Airbus A319, already in new livery which was introduced in autumn last year (in the picture).
- Brussels Airlines introduced a new livery for its planes
- A330-342 Brussels Airlines plane diverted to Dubrovnik due to an emergency situation
- Three Airbus A320neo to join the Brussels Airlines fleet in 2023
- Brussels Airlines has arrived to maintence service to Zagreb
Summer 2022 timetable of Brussels Airlines offers three routes to Croatia, from Brussels to Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar. Route to Dubrovnik is offered with two flights a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays with Airbus A319. Route to Split is offered with only one flight a week, on Saturdays but with larger Airbus A320, from April 23rd. Route to Zadar will be resumed after two years, because it was discontinued during the last two pandemic years. Zadar is also offered with one flight a week, on Saturdays, from May 7th, with Airbus A319. However this is larger capacity comparing with the pre-pandemic years, because Zadar flight were operated with a smaller regional aircraft Mitsubishi CRJ-900.