Brussels Airlines Adds New Flights and Rewards Program

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Brussels Airlines is adding five new destinations to its summer 2016 flights. The airline will run to Crete, South Spanish Jerez and Belfast this summer, and it will also keep running the Tenerife and Las Palmas / Gran Canaria flight routes that are being launched this winter.  

Now is a good time to experience these new flight routes because Brussels Airlines is also introducing a new rewards program, Loop. For each Euro spent on Brussels Airlines (not including taxes), customers will receive three Loops (points). However, until December 31, each Euro will be worth six Loops. These points can then be used to book new flights. 

Up to five family members living in the same home can collect points together. There are also no blackout dates. The points can be used on any European Brussels Airlines flight once the customer has flown five return flights or has earned 5,000 Loops. Flights can also be paid partially with Loops and with money, and the points don't expire. However, the customer must fly at least one a year with Brussels Airlines within Europe

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Brussels Airlines is a member of the Lufthansa Group and flies to European and African destinations, as well as to New York (JFK) and Washington D.C.

For more information, visit www.loop.be

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