Singapore Airlines resumes Brussels service after more than 2 decades

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) will re-commence non-stop flights between Singapore and Brussels, from 5 April 2024, returning to the city after more than 20 years.

Singapore Airlines is set to make a remarkable return to the captivating city of Brussels, the capital of Belgium, next April. After a hiatus of more than two decades, the iconic Singaporean airline will once again connect Singapore with Brussels, restoring a further gateway to Europe.

Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900


SIA has chosen to operate four weekly non-stop flights to Brussels, employing the long-haul variant of its Airbus A350-900.

These state-of-the-art aircraft are renowned for their comfort and innovation. With 253 seats spread across three distinct cabin classes, your journey promises to be nothing short of extraordinary.

Business Class: An Unparalleled Experience

For those seeking the ultimate in luxury, the Business Class cabin offers 42 carefully designed seats that prioritize your comfort and privacy.

Whether you’re a business traveler or simply craving a premium experience, this class ensures that your journey is as enjoyable as your destination.

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A Singapore Airlines A350 taxis to the runway.
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Premium Economy Class: The Perfect Balance

SIA’s Premium Economy Class boasts 24 thoughtfully designed seats, combining the comfort of Business Class with the affordability of Economy Class.

This class is ideal for travelers who desire a little extra space and comfort without breaking the bank.

Economy Class: Affordable Comfort

With 187 seats in the Economy Class cabin, SIA ensures that even budget-conscious travelers can experience the world-class service and comfort that the airline is renowned for.

It’s a testament to SIA’s commitment to making travel accessible to everyone.

Flight Schedule SQ304/SQ303


Subject to regulatory approval, flight SQ304 will take off from Singapore for Brussels on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 2355hrs (local time).

The return journey, operated as flight SQ303, will depart from Brussels for Singapore on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 1210hrs (local time).

This well-thought-out schedule offers travelers flexibility and convenience, allowing them to plan their trips with ease.

Enhancing Connectivity in Europe


The addition of Brussels to its network marks a significant milestone for SIA, increasing its European destinations to an impressive 13. This expansion demonstrates the airline’s unwavering commitment to enhancing connectivity in this vital region.

Mr. Dai Hao Yu, Acting Senior Vice President Marketing Planning at Singapore Airlines, spoke on the service resumption, stating, “Brussels is an important European economic and political center, 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 traveling 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.”

Brussels


Brussels is not only the capital of Belgium but also serves as the heart of the European Union (EU), earning its distinction as the EU’s capital city.

Additionally, the city is home to the secretariat of the Benelux and the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

With the highest GDP per capita in Belgium and a unique geographical location, Brussels is rightfully known as “The Crossroads of Europe.” Its exceptional connectivity by rail, road, and air makes it a pivotal hub for travelers exploring Europe and beyond.

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By Len Varley - Assistant Editor 4 Min Read
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