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About aircompany

Brussels Airlines is national air carrier of Belgium. The airport of registration and the main airport is international airport located in Zaventem 11 kilometers to the North-East from Brussels. It is considered capital airport. The airline company was founded on November 7th 2006 and began operational activity on March 25th 2007. Brussels Airlines makes part of Star Alliance.

Route network counts about 100 directions to European, African, Asian and North America cities.

In 2009 Lufthansa has acquired 45% of the stocks of Brussels Airlines but in 2017 has purchased the remaining part of the company.

Airplanes of Brussels airlines are configured namely in one-class cabin but some long-haul airplanes used for intercontinental flights have 2 classes – business and economy.

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Company ratings and achievements

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“Brussels” planes

As of September 13, 2018 "Brussels Airlines" operates a mainline fleet of 58 airplanes, 7 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 14.5 years.

The oldest aircraft is Airbus A330-300, with reg.number OO-SFM. It is 25.2 years old. The newest one is Sukhoi Superjet 100, with reg.number EI-FWG. It is - 1.7 years old


Aircraft fleet

Airbus A319-100 – 22 aircrafts

  • The newest one – OO-SSR - 8.4 years
  • The oldest aircraft – OO-SSC - 19.0 years

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Airbus A319-100 +
Airbus A320-200 – 16 aircrafts

Brussels Airlines Airbus A320-200

  • The newest one – OO-SNE - 8.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – OO-SNA - 17.6 years

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Airbus A320-200 +
Airbus A330-200 – 4 aircrafts

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-200

  • The newest one – OO-SFU - 18.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – OO-SFY - 20.1 year

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Airbus A330-200 +
Airbus A330-300 – 17 aircrafts

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-200

  • The newest one – OO-SFF - 8.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – OO-SFM - 25.2 years

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Airbus A330-300 +
Sukhoi Superjet 100 – 4 aircrafts

Brussels Airlines Sukhoi Superjet 100

  • The newest one – EI-FWG - 1.7 years
  • The oldest aircraft – EI-FWD - 2.2 years

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Sukhoi Superjet 100 +

Decommissioned

British Aerospace Avro RJ100

De Havilland Canada DHC-8-400

Embraer ERJ-145

Official website – www.brusselsairlines.com