Singapore Airlines has announced that for the first time in more than 20 years, it’ll return to Brussels, the capital of Belgium.
The connection from Singapore Changi towards Belgium will launch from the 5th of April, 2024 and will operate four times weekly.
Singapore says it’ll deploy the Airbus A350-900 configured for long-haul flights on this service.
These Airbus A350s are in a three-class configuration with 253 seats. This comprises 42 in business class, 24 in premium economy, and 187 in economy class.
Brussels is an important European economic and political centre, and the launch of this service adds another historical and charming city to SIA’s list of destinations. It also gives our customers who are travelling from Europe an additional point to connect to Singapore, as well as the wider Asia-Pacific region via our hub at Changi Airport. SIA will continue to review its network and find opportunities to offer more options for our customers.Mr Dai Hao Yu, Acting Senior Vice President Marketing Planning, Singapore Airlines
The route is still subject to regulatory approval, with SQ304 departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 2355. The return leg operated as SQ303 departing at 1210 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Changi-based airline says through this latest addition, it’ll see the number of European destinations in the Singapore Airlines network increase to 13. It’s an important region for the airline, and it will look towards further expansion.