Posted on: 27 September 2016 by Mark Howells
Ryanair has revealed its Brussels summer 2017 schedules, featuring eight new routes and increased frequencies on six other routes
The airline says this 7% growth in Brussels traffic will deliver 9 million customers a year and support around 6,800 jobs at Brussels Charleroi and Zaventem airports.
Brussels Charleroi’s new routes will be to Glasgow (2 a week), Sofia (4 a week), Toulouse (daily) and Timisoara (3 a week), with the extra frequencies going to Bordeaux (now 5 a week), Bucharest (now 9 a week), Budapest (now 9 a week), Faro (now 8 a week) and Venice (now 10 a week).
At Brussels Zaventem, four new routes will operate to Hamburg (2 a week), Madrid (2 a week), Malta (daily) and Milan Malpensa (twice daily). There will also be more flights to Porto, which will go up to a frequency of nine a week.
Ryanair emphasised that it will continue to connect Brussels with major business centres and with high frequency, low fare services including service to Berlin (3 daily), Dublin (2 daily) and Milan (2 daily).