Brussels Airlines in a nutshell

Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is the national airline of Belgium and the direct successor to the bankrupt legendary Sabena airline (hence the code name "SN"). The airline is a member of the Lufthansa LH Group and its main hub is located at Brussels BRU Airport, from where it also operates all its routes.

The fleet consists exclusively of Airbus aircraft, namely the A319, A320 and the long-haul A330-300. The original livery with dark tail colouring is now repainted to pure white with red dots.

Brussels Airlines
IATA code
Star Alliance
Country of origin
25. 03. 2007

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