Brussels Airlines migrates to Amadeus: reservation services temporarily unavailable

Brussels Airlines migrates to Amadeus: reservation services temporarily unavailable

Over the weekend of 30-31 January, Brussels Airlines will change to a new reservation system, Amadeus Altea. The new system is used by the entire Lufthansa Group and will thus allow harmonized servicing.

Due to the system upgrade, Brussels Airlines’ entire reservation system will be unavailable from Saturday, 30 January (from 5 pm CET) until mid-morning on Sunday, 31 January.


While the change is ongoing, no Brussels Airlines flights (incl. codeshare flights) can be booked or modified. Online and mobile check-in services however remain available via


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About Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is Belgium's national airline, connecting the capital of Europe to more than 100 destinations, whereof 23 in Africa, the continent Brussels Airlines considers its second home. Besides Africa, Brussels Airlines offers more than 90 destinations in Europe, 3 in North America and Tel Aviv. The company has over 4,000 employees and 48 aircraft operating some 250 flights daily, flying more than 10 million passengers a year to, via and from Brussels Airport. Thanks to its no-compromise positioning, Brussels Airlines combines competitive fares with the highest service quality.  With yearly changing Belgian Star Chefs, its wide offer of Belgian food and drinks and the five Belgian Icons, Brussels Airlines is an ambassador of its country, bringing the world to Belgium and the best of Belgium to the world.

Brussels Airlines offers cargo capacity on all its flights, commercialized by Lufthansa Cargo. The airline also handles the daily maintenance of its aircraft fleet.

Brussels Airlines is part of the Lufthansa Group and is a member of Star Alliance. The company was founded in 2002 and is 100% owned by Deutsche Lufthansa AG.

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