Brussels Airport handles more passengers in April thanks to new routes

Since April, the Belgian airport has been (again) connected to Singapore (Singapore Airlines), Bergen (Widerøe), Monastir (Nouvelair), Tetouan (Air Arabia) and Krakow (Brussels Airlines). In addition, United Airlines doubled the number of flights to New York.

Brussels Airport saw the number of transfers increase to 11.6 percent, and also recorded more travelers to intercontinental destinations. Spain, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Portugal, the United States, Morocco, France, Switzerland and Greece were the main destinations for passengers in April.