Brussels Airlines offers two types of Economy Class on short haul flights – Light Economy and Flex Economy. Light Economy is catered for the budget passengers, no hidden taxes and comfortable enough to travel short distances. Flex Economy is for those who look for more comfort and will enjoy some flexibility. Brussels Airlines however has a standard Economy Class on long haul flights offering its passengers with a superior level of comfort and luxury.
The Economy Class seats are specially equipped with new ergonomic design made of quality material as well as an adjustable leather headrest bringing its passengers the utmost comfort and luxury in the cabin. The Economy Class cabin also provides generous leg spacing with a seat configuration of 2-4-2. Passengers can sleep in greater comfort by reclining the seats as they wish.
Brussels Airlines also offers a revolutionary inflight entertainment system with a wide choice of films, shows, music and many more for the Economy Class passengers. Furthermore, the passengers can indulge in some of the finest food and beverages. Passengers on short haul flights, flying in the Flex Economy cabin will be served with light warm meals or snacks whereas passengers on light economy should purchase their snacks or drinks on board, if needed.
Brussels Airlines literally provides the ultimate luxury above the clouds. The Business Class cabin of the airline is undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary ways of travel today. It is a complete package of both luxury and exceptional comfort. The seats are specially designed with integrated massage functions as well as adjustable lumbar cushion. These seats can be easily transformable into a full flat bed of 1.97m long providing more space for a comfortable sleep. Furthermore, seats are equipped with the latest generation of touch screen interface to control the seating positions.
Business Class passengers can choose from 3 convenient seat positions and enjoy their long haul flights with no stress or strain – the take-off/land upright position, lounge to enjoy the entertainment and the flat bed position for a good comfortable sleep. The seats are also equipped with a pneumatic cushion system which can be adjusted from soft to firm according to the passengers’ needs.
Business Class passengers have the privilege of enjoying a premium range of food, appetisers, salads, Coffee, liquor, chocolates, cheeses, desserts and wines from the Belgian star chef menus. On long haul flights, Business Class passengers can enjoy individual in-flight entertainment on large touch screens with a wide selection of movies, news, games, documentaries, music and e-books.
Brussels Airlines offer its Business Class passengers a unique flying luxury above the clouds.
Brussels Airlines brings an all-new inflight entertainment system for both its Business Class passengers and Economy Class passengers. This new experience comes with an intuitive interface in 6 languages. The Business Class cabin comes with large individual 15.3” touch screens whereas the Economy Class is equipped with 8.9” touch screens.
The inflight entertainment system involves a broad selection of blockbuster movies of all genres, documentaries, music, news, games and e-reading materials. Brussels Airlines goes a step forward in introducing a special flight information programme known as Niceview. It is a different yet innovative 3D system that brings a virtual flight route with the views from cabin, cockpit and other camera perspectives.
The inflight dining of Brussels Airlines is yet another unique experience. Passengers are always served with well-balanced meals – both in Business and Economy Class. Business Class passengers can enjoy premium food and beverages from appetisers, main dishes, crisps, salads, chocolates, desserts and wines. As for the Economy Class passengers, they have the choice of hot meals and complimentary drinks.
Brussels Airlines is Belgium’s largest airline operating in 20 European countries covering over 65 destinations. The Airline also operates long haul flights to North America, Central, East and West Africa as well as key cities in Asia. On top of the long list of destinations in Europe, the Airline covers several important cities in the United States including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, New York, Los Angeles, Washington and San Francisco. Brussels Airlines holds a special place for the continent of Africa, offering unbeatable fares on flights to numerous African destinations such as Abidjan, Banjul, Agadir, Dakar, Accra and Nairobi. On the other hand, the Airline operates in few Asian countries covering Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Delhi, Mumbai, Tel Aviv and Singapore.