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About Air Belgium

Air Belgium is a Belgian airline that began servicing passengers between Brussels and Hong Kong from 30 April 2018.

The new start-up airline hopes to have flights to seven destinations by the autumn, and Air Belgium has been set up with backing from China’s largest travel agency, UTour.  

Air Belgium prides itself on offering enjoyable and affordable flights, through their dedicated team.

 


 

Air Belgium Destinations

       
Belgium         Brussels  
Hong Kong          Hong Kong   
             
       
             
       

 

Air Belgium Baggage Allowances

Carry-on (Hand) Baggage

 

Economy Class

Each passenger is allowed one item of hand baggage (size dimensions 55cm high X 35cm wide X 25cm deep – including wheels and handles) and one small accessory. These may be a total of 10kg and all pieces must fit under the seat or in the overhead compartment. Pieces of hand baggage exceeding these limits have to be checked in. As the stowage space in the cabin is limited, we will transport them in the hold of the aircraft if required. This is in the interests of your own and other passengers' safety and comfort.

 

Business Class

Business class passengers are allowed two pieces of hand luggage which should not exceed 10kg each and a total of 16kg. Business class passengers may also have a small accessory such as a laptop bag or handbag. 

 

Checked Baggage

One piece of checked baggage is allowed (size restrictions of height + width + depth (including wheels and handles) = 158cm maximum), providing it does not exceed a maximum weight of 23kg

 


 

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The Air Belgium Fleet

 

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Hub Airport - Brussels South Charleroi Airport

Brussels South Charleroi Airport, also known as Gosselies Airport or Charleroi Airport, is based in the part of Charleroi called Gosselies.

It can be found 4.6 miles north of Charleroi, and 29 miles south of central Brussels, in Belgium. It is the second busiest airport in Belgium, and home to 3 flying schools.

Airlines that operate regular scheduled and charter flights at Brusself South Charleroi Airport alongside Air Belgium include Air Corsica, Belavia, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Pegasus Airlines and TUI fly Belgium.


Air Belgium News

28th June 2018

Air Belgium to Fly 3 x Weekly to Hong Kong

From 1st July, Air Belgium will add a third weekly flight from Charleroi - Hong Kong. The airline, which commenced operations to Hong Kong in early June, will fly to Hong Kong on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays.
The airline has 2 Airbus A340s. Air Belgium plans to add another two Airbus 340s to its fleet for other Chinese destinations planned.

 

25th June 2018

Air Belgium want to fly to the USA

Air Belgium want to fly to the USA and have already started eyeing up potential routes for later this year. The Belgian airline has plans to operate charter flights connecting the two countries before they start rolling out scheduled passenger services. 

 

While the airline has not made it clear which cities in the USA it wants to fly to, the airline will almost certainly offer services from its airport hub in Brussels. Air Belgium will most likely want to target big cities in America, such as New York, Chicago and possibly some other big destinations on the West Coast. This will give their customers a direct flight to popular tourist destinations within the USA, as well as give them an opportunity to connect with other cities around the world.

 

7th June 2018

Air Belgium finally land in Hong Kong

After being pushed back a number of times, Air Belgium finally flew its first flights from its airport hub in Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG). Air Belgium has had a number of different launch dates pushed back for various different reasons, the most recent of which was its launch date in April being postponed because the Russian government didn't approve the overfly rights in time for the launch.

 

Air Belgium CEO, Niky Terzakis, seems a little concerned that the continuous postponement of the Brussels—Hong Kong service has affected sales negatively. Terzakis says that sales are around 39% of bookings out of Hong Kong when they should be closer to 50 or 60%. Terzakis added that he still believes the company will break even within six months from now as bookings for Q32018 have picked up substantially. 

 

21st May 2018

Air Belgium prepare for launch

Russian authorities have granted Air Belgium trans-Siberian transit rights which will allow the airline to start flights between its hub, Brussels Charleroi and Hong Kong International. The Belgian start-up airline announced that its very first commercial service will take place on June 3rd 2018.

 

In a statement from the airline, it stated: "The company will offer two flights per week in June, followed by three per week from July onward and, finally, four per week from October onward."

 

Air Belgium's fleet currently consists of two Airbus A340-300s, however, according to CEO Niky Terzakis the airline will add an additional A340-300 jet by the end of June.

 

9th April 2018

Air Belgium's inaurgural flight set to happen this April

Air Belgium has opened reservation for its inaugural flight, which will take place on 30 April 2018. The new carrier will operate a four-weekly service from Brussels South Charleroi to Hong Kong. The route will see the aircraft departing Brussels on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 2pm and arriving at 18:15. The launch of the low-cost services form the first part of Air Belgium’s plan to expand into the Chinese market. It hopes to add six destinations to mainland China later this year.

 

Speaking earlier this year when Air Belgium selected Brussels South as its base, the airport’s chief executive Jean-Jacques Cloquet said: “Being able to welcome a company such as Air Belgium on our apron allows us to switch to a new strategy and further strengthen our international position. “With the first direct long-distance flights to Asia, the Far East has never been closer.”


 

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