The return of a well-known airline to Krakow. Planned flights from Balice as many as four times a week

The return of a well-known airline to Krakow.  Planned flights from Balice as many as four times a week

Kraków-Balice Airport will be enriched with new international routes. After many years, a European carrier will return to the capital of Małopolska.

Kraków International Airport attracts more airlines that link their company development plans to Małopolska. After four new routes announced by Ryanair, it’s time for another destination from Krakow airport. Flights from Balice to Belgium will be offered by a long-unseen carrier, Brussels Airlines.

Brussels Airlines flies from Poland again

This year, after three years of absence from the flight schedule, Brussels airlines returned to Warsaw Chopin airport, offering as many as six connections a week. Now the port in Balice is also back in the game, offering passengers four flights a week to the Belgian capital. Flights number SN 2547 will depart Brussels at 9:35 a.m. and land in Krakow at 11:30 a.m. The return flight from Poland on flight registered as SN 2548 will take place at 12:20, and the arrival in Brussels is scheduled for 14:15. The connection will be operated by Airbus A319 – travelers will have a choice of business or economy class.

The new connections will be available next year. Brussels Airlines planes will appear in Krakow in the spring and summer season – the premiere flight is scheduled for March 31, 2024. The routes will be operated four times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

The Brussels carrier opens up new opportunities

Brussels Airlines belongs to Lufthansa, which bought part of the shares of the Belgian carrier in 2011. The resumption of direct flights to Brussels means even more choice for travelers who fly to the European capital for leisure and business purposes. It is also a great transfer hub, allowing you to explore distant African destinations.

Brussels is the seat of the European Parliament and offers many tourist attractions. Called the “heart of Europe”, it combines architectural styles, a huge number of museums and multiculturalism.

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