|Top route||Brussels Bruxelles-National to Berlin Brandenburg|
|Top airport||Brussels Bruxelles-National|
The plane didnt arrive so we were transferred to Elal -Thank God
The boarding process was a bit wonky. Had extra passport checks. Made what I assumed was an automated announcement that the gates were closing when they barely started boarding. The crew and cabin were great. Friendly and helpful. Cabin was clean. The food was excellent I thought. Plenty of bathrooms.
Update flight infos on time such as gate #
Unpunctual, terribly disorganized boarding,
Overall not bad
All my luggage are missing and I still have not get it yet after file a claim please let me know what to do
Everything was great except for the awful selection of movies and TV and a seat back screen that barely works.
Boarding was a chaotic crowd push that was poorly managed. Once on board crew and all aspects of flight were excellent
I had a middle seat with a snoring man on either side of me for most of the almost 5-hour flight. You didn't have a not available/applicable option for entertainment. I didn't purchase any of the food or beverages, but I would have appreciated free water if it had been available.
Excellent check in agent in JFK! aisle seat OK. Boarding agents helpful Flight from Brussels to Tel Aviv VERY UNCOMFORTABLE middle seat with snoring men on either side of me. I would have appreciated free water.
has not yet happened as I am stuck in Brussels
flight got cancelled and I am still stuck in brussels and new flight coming from SFO (Special flight) is also delayed. and I will miss my connecting flight from IAD to AFO as well. Overall very bad experience.
Very tight aircraft to cross the USA in. No snacks as they ran out. limited video selection on the flight and too many commercials on direct TV. 1/4 passengers coughing and sniffling without masks. Flying home to high covid risk Oregon, no wonder it is endemic. At least I had 3 Lufthansa flights where they still require masks. This may help prolong my next round with Covid a week.
Very efficient loading and take off procedure in Geneva. One of the quickest sit down and go departures. Could have had more current video selections. Our plane was equipped with mostly first class and economy comfort seats so it seemed less crowded and roomy in these pandemic times.
Delay after delay. No communication where gate was. Meal vouchers were offered after all the eateries had closed for the night. Just a brutal experience
The delays were brutal. The Covid rules traveling through Canada was a mistake. Never flying to or through Canada ever again.
My bag was and is still left behind
Plane was extremely cold all throughout the flight and no blankets we're provided unlike my flight from Chicago to Brussels. Boarding was a disaster! All the passengers were crammed in a very tight space and made to wait for about an hour before boarding the plane which also took a while to taxi before we could board. Not sure why they checked every one's boarding pass so early only for us to be jam packed like sardines(very few chairs) and wait for all of two hours before getting on the plane. COVID is still around so to be in such as tight space with so many people was not because the best majority were not wearing masks so social distancing was impossible. Plane entertainment was old and not many options available. The crew did a decent job but the food could have been better. I enjoyed the waffle we got before landing though.
Great service and adequate food on inter continental flight, but inter-Europe flights they charge for EVERYTHING including water!!
Where is my luggage???
Boarding was easy and fast . Flight crew was courteous and professional
Business class was regular seat with nobody sitting next to you. Wouldn’t book business for such a flight. No entertainment.
Service was good.
Only 4.5 hrs flight, regular commercial flight. Not crouded at all which was great! But - No entertainment whatsoever. No food or drinks. Even water. I would gladly pay for food, whereas every thing written in the menu wasn't available, but snacks. Not funny guys!! We were in 2 hour lines before boarding. We were not aware that the 400 us dolarla tickets are without food and drinks. We were tired and we were hungry and thirsty. And here it was: a very appetizing menu that we can't buy anything on it.... Again, not funny at all.
Nice staff. My entertainment screen did not work well. My checked luggage is lost. I’ll be so happy one my luggage is found and returned home.
Free food or entertainment should work
On time Crew facilitatîg swift boarding
Simply the best 😂🤠🤠🤠😂🤠😂
On board Brussels Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Brussels Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Brussels Airlines offers direct flights to 88 cities in 40 different countries. Berlin, Brussels, and Geneva are the most popular cities covered by Brussels Airlines.
Brussels Airlines concentrates most of its flight operations in Brussels.
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Headquartered in Belgium and known for being one of the country’s largest airline, Brussels Airlines services flights to over 120 destinations that can be found throughout Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. While popular destinations in Europe include Croatia, Denmark, Germany, and Greece, common countries in Africa are Gambia, Egypt, and Morocco.
The airline offers three primary classes that customers can choose from, which are known as Economy, Premium, and Business. Economy offers complimentary drinks and a hot meal, while Premium comes with particularly comfortable chairs, a larger entertainment system, and access to the official Brussels Airlines lounge. Business provides additional amenities, including two free checked bags, a dedicated check-in desk at whichever airport you fly from, and a full flatbed that has a massage function.
Brussels Airlines has code share agreements with a selection of other companies, including Air Canada, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, and Swiss International Air Lines. Additionally, the airline is a subsidiary of the Eurowings Group, a low-cost German airline that travels to a variety of domestic and international destinations.
The company’s fleet is composed of over 50 aircraft, with almost all of them being Airbus. If you will be flying to either North America or Africa, you will most likely be in the Airbus A330-200, a plane that is known for being modern and comfortable. For those that are embarking on shorter trips, such as to Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East, you will be in the Airbus A319, known for being the smallest plane in the fleet and holding up to 141 passengers.