Austrian Airlines is part of Lufthansa Group‘s so called ‘network airlines’. So unlike Eurowings and Brussels Airlines, they present themselves as a more premium brand. Their baseline is ‘The Charming Way To Fly’. So: how do they live up to that reputation?
In the first half of 2019 Belgium‘s flagship airliner Brussels Airlines introduced a new business class cabin called ‘Boutique Hotel‘. On my way home from the United States I decided to bid for an upgrade.
Danny flew in Economy Privilege with Brussels Arlines from Brussels Airport in Belgium to John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York in the United States of America. A few days ago, I flew in Economy.
When I passed Antwerp International Airport (ANR, Internationale Luchthaven Antwerpen) by train, I remembered I filmed landing at our little airport in 2016.
Brussels Airlines main lounge at Brussels Airport is their “the Loft” located in the intra-shengen A-gates area, one floor up from the main concourse, overlooking the airfield and the shopping and dining area below.
Air travel enthusiast Nico recently went on vacation to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on the Canary Islands, which belong to Spain. Nico wrote a flight review for Trip By Trip.
Apparently, Brussels Airlines is tired of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 it uses for some European flight. So I was lucky to fly with a SSJ100 from Brussels Airport in Belgium to Stockholm Bromma Airport in Sweden.
To be able to embark on our Celebrity cruise towards the Greek Isles from Venice we had to make our way over there, the obvious choice beeing the direct flight from Brussels to Venice on Brussels Airlines.
At the end of May I enjoyed a long weekend in Tel Aviv. This blog entry tells the tale of the journey from Antwerp to Tel Aviv and back.
On Wednesday 18 April I flew with Brussels Airlines SN3721 from Brussels Airport in Belgium to Aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas in Spain. I flew back on Sunday 22 April with SN3728.