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Brussels Airport

IATA Code
BRU
ICAO Code
EBBR
Website
http://www.brusselsairport.be
City
Brussels
Country
Belgium
Network
Domestic | International
Other airports serving Brussels
Brussels South Charleroi Airport
Runways
2987m x 50m
3211m x 45m
3638m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Adria Airways
Aegean Airlines
Aer Lingus
Aeroflot
Air Algerie
Air Arabia Maroc
Air Canada
Air Europa Lineas Aereas
Air Lituanica
Air Malta
Air Serbia
Air Transat
airBaltic
Alitalia
Asiana Airlines
Austrian Airlines
Blue Air
bmi regional
British Airways
Brussels Airlines
Bulgaria Air
CAI First
CAI Second
Cathay Pacific
Corendon Airlines
Corendon Dutch Airlines
Croatia Airlines
CSA Czech Airlines
Delta Air Lines
easyJet
EgyptAir
El Al
Emirates
Estonian Air
Ethiopian Airlines
Etihad Airways
Eurolot
EVA Air
Finnair
Germanwings
Hainan Airlines
HOP!
Iberia
Icelandair
Jet Airways
Jetairfly
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa
Middle East Airlines
Pegasus Airlines
Qatar Airways
Royal Air Maroc
Ryanair
SAS
Saudia
Singapore Airlines
SWISS
TAP Portugal
TAROM
Thai Airways
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium
Tunisair
Turkish Airlines
Ukraine International Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Vueling Airlines
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Aeromexico
Air France
Air Seychelles
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
China Southern Airlines
flynas
Garuda Indonesia
Japan Airlines
Kenya Airways
LAN Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Malmo Aviation
Qantas Airways
RwandAir
Senegal Airlines
South African Airways
SriLankan Airlines
TAAG
TAM Airlines
Travel Service
Virgin Australia

Operated by the Brussels Airport Company, Brussels Airport is the international gateway airport to Brussels and Belgium. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 50 airlines, the airport is a hub for many airlines including Brussels Airlines, Abelag Aviation, European Air Transport, EVA Air Cargo, Jet Airways, Jetairfly, Saudi Arabian Airlines Cargo, Singapore Airlines Cargo and Thomas Cook Airlines.

Location of Brussels Airport, Belgium

Ground Handlers and Cargo Handlers servicing Brussels Airport

Fuel & Oil Suppliers servicing Brussels Airport


 
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Brussels Airlines reduces its losses, but yields fall as Ryanair and Vueling enter its Brussels hub

10-Aug-2014 11:57 PM

In 2013, Brussels Airlines narrowed its losses, mainly as a result of cost reduction, with labour productivity making real improvements. However, unit revenues fell last year reflecting a soft market environment.

Downward pressure on pricing looks likely to intensify in 2014: Brussels Airlines is accelerating its capacity growth, particularly on its long-haul (African) network, and its hub has seen the entry of LCCs Vueling and Ryanair. Its previous target of returning to profit in 2014 may now be in doubt.

Meanwhile (and as predicted by CAPA), Lufthansa allowed its call option over the 55% of Brussels Airlines that it does not already own to lapse in Apr-2014.

United Airlines pressured to make network changes as its revenue growth remains sluggish

17-Jul-2014 5:00 PM

United Airlines’ prolonged underperformance in revenue generation relative to its US network airline peers has led to growing questions about United’s management of its network, and if certain hubs should be eliminated altogether.

Recently the performance of United’s Dulles hub has come under scrutiny as its proximity to the airline’s gateway at Newark Liberty seemingly diminishes the importance of Dulles in United’s overall network.

The latest bout of criticism for United reflects growing industry curiosity and impatience regarding a timeframe of when the airline could possibly close the revenue performance gap relative to its US peers. Until United begins to show solid signs of improvement, every detail of the airline’s network and operations will continue to be scrutinised, and the criticism is likely to continue.

Ryanair slips into loss in 3Q FY2014 on average fare weakness, but hints at a more stable outlook

4-Feb-2014 8:10 PM

Ryanair’s 3QFY2014 saw it slip into loss, dragging its 9MFY2014 net profit down by almost 8%, mainly because of a 9% drop in its 3Q average fares. However, this yield decline was in line with Ryanair’s guidance and the carrier says that market pricing is no longer declining. Moreover, it reiterated FY2014 guidance for net profit between EUR500 million and EUR520 million. While this is below the EUR569 million net profit recorded in the previous year, the re-confirmed target allayed the fears of some that Ryanair would once again lower its guidance.

As the start of deliveries in Sep-2014 under Ryanair’s new Boeing order approaches, the airline remains committed to its passenger growth targets. In addition to its core attraction of offering the lowest average fares in the European short haul market, Ryanair is aiming to enhance its appeal through a series of customer service and distribution initiatives. In spite of a likely dip in profits this year, if it can achieve its passenger targets without further heavy yield declines, it should retain its position as Europe’s most profitable airline.

US Airways expects a rebound after government shutdown. Plans must go ahead independent of American

24-Oct-2013 9:00 PM

US Airways believes it can recoup lost revenue triggered by a 16 day US Government shut-down after recording reasonably solid 3Q2013 results, including higher than expected unit revenues for the three months ending 30-Sept-2013.

As the outcome of the US Department of Justice (DoJ) challenge to block the merger of American Airlines and US Airways is tough to predict, both carriers are moving forward in network expansion on a stand-alone basis. For US Airways it means international expansion from its Charlotte hub as a means to close the gap in a variable financial performance from 2Q to 3Q, while American appears to be crafting a Pacific strategy that entails a build-up in Dallas/Fort Worth to strengthen its position in the trans-Pacific against United and Delta.

Air Lituanica launches operations, becomes Lithuania’s sole scheduled airline

12-Jul-2013 5:13 PM

Air Lituanica launched services at the end of Jun-2013, making it the first scheduled Lithuanian carrier since the collapse of FlyLAL in 2009 and Star1 Airlines in 2010. Air Lituanica will see Lithuania once again connected to other key European countries through a home-based carrier.

As the largest of the three Baltic states with a land area of 65,300km2, Lithuania has a population of about three million and had a GDP in 2012 of about USD42 billion, according to World Bank data. The country currently has four airports in Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga and Šiauliai which are served by about 20 foreign carriers.

Aside from Air Lituanica, there are currently five other Lithuanian airlines including five charter carriers (Aurela, Avion Express, DOT LT, Grand Cru Airlines and Small Planet Airlines) and one cargo carrier (Aviavilsa). There have been no domestic services in the country since the demise of FlyLAL.

Brussels Airlines: the long wait for consummation with Lufthansa – Part 2

2-Jul-2013 3:53 PM

Accounts filed in Jun-2013 with the National Bank of Belgium show that the operating loss of Brussels Airlines’ holding company SN Airholding widened in 2012. It has yet to make an operating profit since Lufthansa acquired 45% in 2009, although its ‘Beyond 2012-2013’ restructuring programme aims to bring the company back to profitability by 2014.

Analysis of its unit costs (CASK) show that Brussels Airlines is a little more efficient than other Lufthansa Group national carriers, but much higher cost than the LCCs with whom it competes on much of its European network, which accounts for well over 80% of its seat capacity. The strength of its Europe to Africa operations risks being eroded by growing competition in the transfer market.

It seems unlikely that Lufthansa will exercise its option to buy the remaining 55%, unless Brussels Airlines can demonstrate significant progress towards sustainable profitability before the option expires in Apr-2014.

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