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Brussels Airlines was founded in March 2007, after a merger between SN Brussels Airlines and Virgin Express. It is the flag carrier of Belgium, but it is owned by the Lufthansa Group. Brussels Airline is a member of the Star Alliance, and it operates Miles & More and LOOP frequent flyer programs. Its 49 planes, mainly Airbuses, are flying to 90 destinations, including two daily flights between Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport and Brussels Airport.

There are also convenient and cheap connecting flights to other destinations in Europe, such as Berlin, or to North America, such as Toronto, New York, and seasonal flight to Washington DC. With code sharing agreements with more than 20 airlines, you can always find a connection to your final destination for affordable prices.

Information correct as of March 2017

Why Fly With Brussels Airlines

How to Check-in

Brussels Airlines offers several ways to complete your check-in. Available between 24 hours and 60 minutes before your departure, you can check-in online, on your laptop, computer or mobile device. You can choose your seat and print your boarding pass at home. From some destinations, you will be able to use a mobile barcode as your boarding card. Where there is no scanner available you can go to the check-in or drop-off counters and present the barcode to the Brussels Airlines’ representative and your pass will be reprinted for you at no extra charge. You can also choose the automated check-in service, and Brussels Airlines will do the work for you. 24 hours before your departure you will receive your boarding pass as a printable PDF to you e-mail or as a link via SMS, whichever way you like. You can always do it the old school way by visiting the check-in counters at the airport. Remember to allow yourself sufficient time, especially during high seasons and holidays in case there is a long line.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

All economy passengers on flights to Europe can board the place with one piece of luggage no larger than 55x40x23 cm and one small item with a total weight of 12 kg. Business Class can board with two pieces plus a personal item of 16 kg max in total. Checked baggage allowance depends on your fare level. Check@Go can purchase the first piece of up to 23 kg for $21. Any other suitcase costs $60. You can buy a 32 kg allowance for $42. Light@Relax and Flex@Flat travelers have one free 23 kg luggage. Business Class customers have a generous allowance of two bags up to 32 kg each. In all cases, your luggage should not exceed the dimensions of 158 cm (Height+length+width) and the maximum items allowed per passenger are five. The prices above are per direction and if you buy in advance. If you pay at the airport, they are almost doubled.


You can choose your seat free of charge starting 24 hours prior to departure during the check-in process. You may also do it at the check-in counters at the airport. If you want to secure your preferred seat, you can reserve it in advance. A standard window or an aisle seat cost €25/$29 per flight. If you need that extra legroom, the fee is €60/$69 per flight. These are the emergency exits seats. For €120/$149 you can buy an Economy Privilege seat, located in the first rows of the Economy cabin. These seats allow you extra space and extra comfort.

Booking Fees

Passengers departing from Israel can pay with PayPal and with credit cards (Amex, Diners, Mastercard and Visa). While in many other countries there is a significant fee for paying by a credit card or with PayPal, when you depart from Ben Gurion Airport there is no fee added to your booking.

Service on Board

Check&Go or Light&Relax passengers can buy sandwiches, wraps, and salads, as well as hot meals and Belgian fries. If you hold a Flex&Fast ticket, you can enjoy a light meal and complimentary drinks during the flight. In the morning breakfast will be served, during the day you can choose between a quiche, a gratin or hot pasta. Customers traveling between Tel Aviv and Brussels can pre-order a Kosher meal. Flying Business? Enjoy a premium food and beverages such as a welcome drink, gourmet cuisine, and complimentary Belgian chocolates. On long distance flights, there is an in-flight entertainment system, and duty-free shopping will be offered.

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