Brussels Airlines lowers fuel surcharge

As crude oil and kerosene prices have decreased, Brussels Airlines will reduce the fuel surcharge on its European flights by 5 euros and on its long-haul flight to Africa by 15 euros.

As crude oil and kerosene prices have decreased, and despite the fact that average fuel prices for 2008 are still substantially above their levels of a year ago, Brussels Airlines lowers the fuel surcharge on all its flights. 
The fuel surcharge for European flights (including services to Moscow and Tel Aviv) will lower by 5 euros to 32 euros per flight segment. On long-haul routes to Africa, the fuel surcharge will be decreased by 15 euros to 100 euros per flight segment.

In implementing these reductions, Brussels Airlines is keeping the commitment it made to lower its fuels surcharges as soon as the economic situation would allow. 

The reduction will apply to all Brussels Airlines tickets issued on or after 4 November 2008.

More than ever Brussels Airlines keeps offering low fares. Depending on the destination, Brussels Airlines' passengers can already fly to many European cities from 49.99, 59.99 or 69.99 one-way, all taxes included. 

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About Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is the home carrier of Belgium and one of the four network airlines of the Lufthansa Group. It connects the European capital from Brussels Airport with over 90 destinations, 18 of which are in Sub Saharan Africa. The company employs more than 3,400 people and operates 44 aircraft.

Brussels Airlines aims to emit 50% less CO2 by 2030 compared to 2019 and plans to be carbon neutral by 2050. The airline is participating in the Stargate Project led by Brussels Airport and is therefore part of the testing ground for sustainable aviation at its home base. In addition, the airline signed the Circular Economy agreement of the Antwerp Management School in 2021. The airline was the first to transport Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) through the CEPS-pipeline connecting Brussels Airport early 2023. By end 2024, Brussels Airlines will have welcomed five state-of-the-art Airbus A320neo allowing the airline to significantly lower its CO2- and noise-emissions on its medium-haul network.

As an ambassador of its country, Brussels Airlines brings the world to Belgium and the best of Belgium to the world, among others through collaborations with Belgian Star Chefs, Belgian culinary products and the Belgian Icons, specially painted aircraft that honour a Belgian iconic person, team or event to promote Belgian culture worldwide.

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The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the first truly global airline alliance, based on a customer value proposition of global reach, worldwide recognition and seamless service. Since inception, it has offered the largest and most comprehensive airline network, with a focus on improving customer experience across the Alliance journey.

Overall, the Star Alliance network currently offers more than 17,000 daily flights to over 1,200 airports in 190 countries.

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