Singapore-Brussels Direct Flights Take Off After Two Decades

Travelers rejoice! After a hiatus of over 20 years, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has reconnected Singapore and Brussels with direct flights. The much-anticipated relaunch took off on April 6, 2024, marking a significant boost to both Brussels Airport's intercontinental network and SIA's European reach. This development signifies SIA's dedication to enhancing global connectivity. The new Brussels route expands the airline's European gateway network to 13 destinations, offering passengers greater travel flexibility and a chance to experience the heart of Europe directly from Singapore's bustling metropolis.


The inaugural flight, SQ303, departed Brussels Airport at midday on April 6th, bound for Singapore Changi Airport. The celebratory occasion was marked with a traditional water salute upon takeoff, a fitting tribute to the re-established connection. Passengers on this route can expect a comfortable journey aboard SIA's long-haul Airbus A350-900 aircraft. These planes offer a modern flying experience with 253 seats spread across three cabin classes: 42 luxurious Business Class seats, 24 spacious Premium Economy Class seats, and 187 comfortable Economy Class seats.

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The return of this route signifies not only renewed travel options but also a symbolic reconnection between Southeast Asia and Europe. Passengers flying between Brussels and Singapore can now enjoy a seamless travel experience with Singapore Airlines, known for its world-class service and amenities.


This move comes after SIA's initial plans to relaunch the route in 2020 were unfortunately derailed by the global pandemic. With travel restrictions easing and the aviation industry on the rebound, SIA's commitment to connecting Singapore with Brussels is finally taking flight.

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