BRUSSELS Airlines has announced that beginning with the Spring 2016 timetable, passengers will be able to enjoy their hospitality between Brussels and TORONTO!

Thanks to the addition of 2 A330 aircraft to the fleet next year, SN will offer service between BRU and YYZ 5 times a week.

Flight details have not yet been loaded into their booking engines, but I expect that to happen shortly.

In addition to the new route, SN is also planning to expand service between Brussels and Washington DC from 5 times a week to 6 times a week.


Due to the fact that JET Airways will no longer serve Toronto or Newark via Brussels, SN has filled in the void for BRU by entering codeshare agreements with United and Air Canada.   United will add a second flight between Newark and Brussels, while Air Canada will be a code share partner on SN’s flights between Toronto and Brussels.


Expect a codeshare announcement between Brussels and Air India for service between Brussels and Mumbai.


With the addition of more A330s to the long haul fleet, expect new route announcements to destinations in Africa, including Gabon and Nigeria.   There may be even a few more African surprises announced in the near future.