The Loft is the flagship lounge of Brussels Airlines. In 2018 the lounge was renovated and enlarged. Last year, it won the World Travel Award for being the best business class lounge in Europe. Let’s check if this award is well deserved. Spoiler: yes.
We travelled to some pretty awesome destinations, stayed at extraordinary hotels, travelled along most scenic routes and experienced some pretty amazing activities, museums or other things to do. Here’s the best of 2019.
Together, Danny and I have sampled Brussels Airlines‘ economy (me), premium economy (Danny) and business class (me) products. Let’s compare.
Being upgraded for my Brussels Airlines flight SN502, I got acces to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge at John F. Kennedy International Airport‘s Terminal 1.
The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History at the Parc du Cinquantenaire (Jubelpark, Jubilee Park) in Brussels is a major museum in Brussels. Yet it doesn’t feature on the top of mind of Belgians.
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.