This Sunday, October 28, the very first Brussels Airlines scheduled flight will set course to Edinburgh, with hardly any empty seats left. The scheduled service to Edinburgh, which is the first operated by a Belgian airline since 2001, kicked off with excellent booking results and is well received amongst city trippers and business people. That’s why Brussels Airlines already foresees to increase the frequency to two times daily as from summer season 2013 (starting in April).
With the opening of Edinburgh Brussels Airlines adds an important leisure and business destination to its European network. Edinburgh is a vibrant city, hosting a number of exciting events all year. Edinburgh is also the capital of Scotland. The city houses the Scottish Parliament, and is the second most important financial centre of the UK, after London, due to the presence of many banks and insurance companies. Edinburgh airport is the ideal gateway to discover the city, the peaceful countryside in the Lothians land and the surrounding green scenery in Scotland.
Edinburgh is the 6th Brussels Airlines destination in the UK, and complements the daily Brussels Airlines flight offer to London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Newcastle.
Schedule Brussels (BRU)-Edinburgh (EDI) in local time
All flights are operated by Airbus A 319 aircraft with a capacity of 139 seats.
Passengers can choose between 3 travel formulas : b.business and two economy class formulas b.flex and b.light. A return ticket is already available as from 99 euro in b.light economy class. Members of the het Frequent Flyer Programme Miles & More can earn and redeem miles on every flight.
The schedule allows for perfect combinations with other European Brussels Airlines destinations s.a. in Germany, France, Switzerland and Spain.