Brussels Airlines expands its summer network 2015 with Bordeaux

Friday, December 26, 2014 — Brussels Airlines will launch a new service to Bordeaux end of March 2015. The world known city situated in the South-Western part of France will be connected with Brussels Airport four times a week. Bordeaux is the twelfth destination of Brussels Airlines in France.

Thanks to the launch of a flight service to Bordeaux, Brussels Airlines can now include the Capital of the French Wines in its summer network. However, Bordeaux offers so much more than just world famous ‘Appellations’. The ‘Port de la lune’, as Bordeaux is nicknamed, has a long history. Architectural highlights like monumental buildings, avenues, squares and museums are testimonies of this rich past. It’s no wonder that Unesco awarded the city a well-deserved place on its Worldheritage list. Bordeaux is situated in the touristic attractive Gironde Department which is known for its vast beaches and water sports infrastructure.

Brussels Airlines will fly to Bordeaux four times a week during the entire summer season which starts at the end of March and lasts till the end of October. The flight schedule is convenient for both business and leisure travellers. All flights are operated with Airbus A 319 aircraft and the flight time is 1h35 minutes. Passengers can choose between 4 travel solutions: Check&Go, Light&Relax, Flex&Fast en Bizz&Class. Tickets are on sale starting from 79 euro return (Check&Go)

Flight number Departure Arrival Days of the week


BRU - 06h30

BOD - 08h05

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday

SN3556 BOD - 08h40 BRU - 10h15 Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Flight number Departure Arrival Days of the week


BRU - 15h00

BOD - 16h35


SN3556 BOD - 17h10 BRU - 18h45 Sunday

Bordeaux will become the twelfth destination Brussels Airlines is operating to in France. The other French cities included in the Brussels Airlines network are: Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Lourdes, Toulouse and 4 destinations on the island Corsica (Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi and Figari). Thanks to this extensive network Brussels Airlines is by far the largest operator between Brussels Airport and France, offering a wide choice of destinations.