Shouldn't we learn to fly again?

A virus is causing turbulence all over the world. Later on, when the storm is over, will everything still be as it was? Or is the question rather: do we still want everything to be as it was? Isn't this the perfect time to review certain things and put them in perspective?

At Brussels Airlines, we want to ride this wind of change, together with our passengers. With the motto 'change is in the air', we are talking to specialists from different fields to look at how things can be be done differently.

How we can be even safer, for example, with a focus on new health standards. What additional initiatives we can take to further reduce our impact on the environment. How we can see flying more as a balanced choice, instead of a weekday habit. Global air travel will always remain essential. It only requires a new awareness.

We do not yet have all the answers to all the questions. But we do offer you the prospect of new insights. Which we can realize together.

In the meantime, we would like to thank everyone who has supported us over the past few weeks. In particular all our employees. Without them, this new start would not be possible. We would like to welcome you aboard the new way of flying.

#ChangeIsInTheAir