|Top route||Brussels Bruxelles-National to Brussels Bruxelles-National|
|Top airport||Brussels Bruxelles-National|
Pros: Everything was amazing
Cons: The process to travel
Pros: Absolutely nothing. Everything was piss poor.
Cons: Everything. First I wish my flight wasn’t canceled a d then received notice on the same day
Pros: The crew are doing amazing job and making sure we all stay safe.
Cons: What could have been better is us; the travelers/passengers. We need to follow every protocol and or precess or procedure put in place by our government and the airlines. United Airline is doing great job keeping us safe while we travel.
Pros: thanks to the paid upgrading we got 2 seats in the front of the cabin (row 5)
Cons: there was NO organisation at all during boarding: the people just stood in line, not respecting 1,5m. Also at the airport security waiting lines no attention to social distancing was respected. At arrival the off-boarding was in groups of 8th rows, not really helpfull either. A big disappointment versus the flight we had from BXL to PORTO !
Pros: service in general
Cons: no covid separation at seats
Pros: Crew was very nice. Chocolates were very nice.
Cons: Come on guys for the price of the ticked you could have served us something more than a sandwich.
Pros: UP TO THE MARK I EXPECTED
Cons: A PILLOW WOULD BE GOOD, MAKING THE FLIGHT MORE COMFORTABLE
Pros: the only thing that stands out was the agent who checked me in at Entebbe. She was pleasant and helpful. Most things were ok, but not special.
Cons: Because I require oxygen onboard, I was not allowed to check in on line. consequently, my wife and I got middle seats that were very tight. At least one of them was an aisle.
Pros: It was wonderful
Cons: Best booking app ever
Pros: The crew was super nice and the seat was great
Cons: For the price i got the ticket i couldn't asked for more. Thanks a Million
Pros: I got there
Cons: My luggage did not
Pros: The seat was terrible
Cons: If I had gotten my luggage at the end of the flight
Pros: Curtious Crew Fastest flight ever, landed one hour early and had a xtra room to lay down for a good sleep
Cons: The choices of movies
Pros: Early morning flight so left on time and arrived early. Staff excellent.
Cons: Seats are grim like most European carriers in coach...
Cons: Cabin crew were arrogant and didn’t allow us to storage our backpacks in the over head cabins.
Pros: no remarks. everything fine for a short flight
Pros: Very efficient.
Cons: Better airflow in cabin, letting you know about meals before getting to plane.
The worst flight in 40 years of traveling
Cons: Everything went wrong. The flight arrived 40 minutes late and I missed my connecting flight because they closed the gate before I could get there. As a result, when I asked both airlines involved (Brussels Air and Portugal Air (TAP) what to do, each airline blamed the other airline for the problem and each said it was my problem to fix. After speaking with ten people and begging them to make the problem right for a problem I did not create, they finally issued me a new ticket but I had to wait 24 hours for the new flight to leave. It was a total breakdown in communication and organization and customer support and problem resolution on the part of the airlines and the airport. I never want to fly these airlines again and never want to take a flight with connections.
Pros: Smooth flying so got some sleep
Cons: Clearer back-to-front boarding process
Pros: The crew reacted good to the change of plane
Cons: Needed to replace plane because of technical problem, that should have detected earlier. The business seats are standard seats. No water through the flights. Very bad experience
Cons: I requested Asian vegetarian meal and I got regular vegetables and some products used by people with Celiac problems, even the wrapping of the "fake" bread says that it was for people with celiac problems. I tried three monitors and none worked properly. Any way with the poor selections of movies I did not miss it. I only missed it because I like to watch the flying statistics.
Pros: The crew was amazing!
Cons: Food was good, temperatures appropriate for hot and cold. Fresh fruit or vegetables would be nice rather than processed.
Pros: I liked the (free) upgrade to Premium Economy.
Cons: Food was ok but I recommend including a small salad with dinner.
Pros: Punctuality and professionalisms were at the best
Cons: All ok
Pros: The crew wasn’t very friendly and there’s very little legroom.
Cons: Delay of 40 minutes
Cons: Not being able to choose my seat on a 500€ return flight is a joke.
Cons: Flight keft 35 min kate and boarfing was very slow and disorganized
Headquartered in Belgium and known for being one of the country’s largest airline, Brussels Airlines services flights to over 120 destinations that can be found throughout Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. While popular destinations in Europe include Croatia, Denmark, Germany, and Greece, common countries in Africa are Gambia, Egypt, and Morocco.
The airline offers three primary classes that customers can choose from, which are known as Economy, Premium, and Business. Economy offers complimentary drinks and a hot meal, while Premium comes with particularly comfortable chairs, a larger entertainment system, and access to the official Brussels Airlines lounge. Business provides additional amenities, including two free checked bags, a dedicated check-in desk at whichever airport you fly from, and a full flatbed that has a massage function.
Brussels Airlines has code share agreements with a selection of other companies, including Air Canada, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, and Swiss International Air Lines. Additionally, the airline is a subsidiary of the Eurowings Group, a low-cost German airline that travels to a variety of domestic and international destinations.
The company’s fleet is composed of over 50 aircraft, with almost all of them being Airbus. If you will be flying to either North America or Africa, you will most likely be in the Airbus A330-200, a plane that is known for being modern and comfortable. For those that are embarking on shorter trips, such as to Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East, you will be in the Airbus A319, known for being the smallest plane in the fleet and holding up to 141 passengers.