Starting the 21st of May , Brussels Airlines will connect the European capital with the EuroAirport Basle-Mulhouse-Freiburg. The EuroAirport is the ideal gateway to the important economic region of the Alsace, Baden-Würthemberg and NordwestSchweiz in the border region of France, Germany and Switzerland
Brussels Airlines will fly eleven times a week between Brussels Airport and the regional airport of Basle-Mulhouse-Freiburg. A morning and evening flight will be offered on weekdays. During weekends a Sunday evening service is programmed. The flight schedule is attractive for business travellers and also allows daytrips.
SN 2701 Brussels-Basle | 06u40 - 07u55
SN 2702 Basle-Brussels | 08u25 - 09u40
SN 2705 Brussels-Basle | 18u45 - 20u00
SN 2706 Basle-Brussels | 20u30 - 21u45
SN 2705 Brussels-Basle | 17u15 - 18u30
SN 2706 Basle-Brussels | 19u00 - 20u15
All flights will be operated with AVRO RJ 85 or AVRO RJ 100 jets with a capacity of 82 or 97 seats. Passengers can choose between 3 onboard products: b.business, b.flex economy+ and b.light economy. The flight time is 1 hour 15 minutes. Thanks to the convenient schedule, passengers can easily make use of the numerous connections that Brussels Airlines offers to its many other destinations in Europe or Africa.
Thanks to this new service to the EuroAirport, Brussels Airlines adds an important region to its European network. The airport is conveniently located within minutes of the three cities in the three different countries (Switzerland, France & Germany). From an economic point of view, this border region is the beating heart thanks to the presence of numerous companies from the entire industry (pharmaceutical, chemical, transport & logistics, industrial production & banking). The region also has a lot to offer to tourists. Basle, the third largest city of Switzerland, with its impressive historic centre and over 40 museums, is well worth a visit.