Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is a carrier company that operates from Brussels Airport in Belgium. It started operating over fifteen years ago. The company manages forty-four airplanes in total that deliver people to 121 destinations. There are various classes of traveling: Economy Light, Classic, and Flex, Business Saver, and Business Flex.

Arrival Terminal

Brussels Airlines doesn’t have a determined terminal in Newark Liberty International Airport, so it can operate from Terminal A, Terminal B, and Terminal C. You have to pay attention at what terminal you will be delivered.

Departures Terminal

It can operate from all terminals, depending on the codeshare flights. The company doesn’t have its own Lounge zone within the airport. So, after checking in you have to pass the security check and wait for a departure with everyone. Anyway, the company provided passengers with a frequent flier program that counts how many miles you traveled.

How about the fleet?

The company operates only Airbus airplanes in its fleet. There are fifteen Airbus A319-100, seventeen A320-200, three ordered A320neo, and nine A330-300.

– IATA Code: SN