Brussels Airlines to open new service to Krakow
Brussels Airlines launches a new service between the European Capital and Krakow. As from the 30th of March, Brussels Airlines home base will be connected five times a week with the cultural and historical treasury chamber of Poland. Fares will start from 49,99 euro one way.
Krakow is booming. The lively historical city is the top attraction and premier tourist destination in Poland with no less than 7 million annual visitors. Also the local economy, driven by the IT industry, is progressing fast.
Reasons enough for Brussels Airlines to add Krakow to its European network. Starting the 30th of March, Brussels Airlines, will offer five weekly services between Brussels Airport and the Johannes Paul II airport of Krakow.
The flight frequency allows short, weekend or business trips. Thanks to the excellent schedule and flight offer of Brussels Airlines and the convenient infrastructure of Brussels Airport, smooth connections from airports all over Europe to and from Krakow are possible. Tickets can be combined with Brussels Airlines daily Warsaw service.
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The service operated with Boeing 737 aircraft allowing Brussels Airlines to offer low fares. Flights in the new Brussels Airlines b.light travel class are on sale from 49,99 euro one way all taxes included. Tickets can be booked through the website brusselsairlines.com and the travel agencies.
Krakow is a city wrapped in legend where time flows differently. For centuries, Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of the kings, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world. Today’s Krakow is a vibrant city, proud of its long and glorious history, rich heritage and architectural beauties like the renaissance royal Castle, the gothic basilica and the special mysterious atmosphere of the authentic old town. The cities nickname ‘treasury chamber of Poland’, reflects well the historical legacy.
Galleries full of exhibitions, cafes and trendy restaurants connect tradition with modernity. The city boasts the largest number of pubs and nightclubs in Poland.
Also the Malopolska region, of which Krakow is the Capital, is well worth a visit. It is the cradle of Polish culture. Eight sites of the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage are situated in Malopolska including not only the city center of Krakow but also Auschwitz and the salt mines of Wieliczka.
The opening of this new route supports the airline’s growing operation between Brussels and East Europe. Apart from the launch of Krakow, Brussels Airlines reinforces its flight offer to East Europe by adding extra daily frequencies on the existing routes to Prague and Budapest and by optimising the flight schedule to and from Warsaw.