Brussels Airlines Announces Flights to Montreal in 2020

Brussels Airlines A330 Airbus
Brussels Airlines A330 Airbus

Brussels Airlines has announced new flights to Montreal.

Flights depart from Brussels Airport in the morning and return to Brussels early in the morning, allowing for connections to and from many European destinations and Brussels Airlines’ 17 African destinations.

Onboard Experience

An Airbus A330-300 aircraft, which includes Brussels Airlines’ newly introduced boutique hotel in the sky service in its new Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class, will operate the new Brussels - Montreal route.


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A menu created annually by a different Belgian Star Chef is available for Business Class passengers. All guests can also pick from eight famous Belgian beers as well as Belgian wines, coffee and premium Belgian chocolates.

Brussels Airlines' new Premium Economy Class offers legroom spacing of up to three feet. Chairs also have bigger headrests and a 40 degree seat recline. Furthermore, every seat has its own USB power plug.

Schedule Summer 2020 (March 29th 2020 – October 24th 2020) in local time

Flight Number From To Departure Arrival Days
SN561 Brussels Montreal 10:15 a.m. 12:05 p.m. 1..4567
SN562 Montreal Brussels 6:25 p.m. 7:10 p.m. (+1) 1..4567

Brussels Airlines’ final flight to Toronto will depart on January 7, 2020. Passengers already booked on flights after that date will be provided with alternative travel solutions. 

With the remaining capacity in the winter season (end October until end March), Brussels Airlines can expand its Washington service to a year-round destination. This is a response from high demand for flights between Washington and Brussels Airlines’ African destinations. In summer (end March until end October) the service will be offered daily, in winter four times a week.

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