Brussels Airlines will launch a new scheduled service to Edinburgh. From then on Scotland’s capital will be connected with Brussels Airport six times a week. Starting next summer season two daily frequencies will be scheduled. Return tickets are available as from 99 euro, taxes included.
With the opening of Edinburgh Brussels Airlines adds an important leisure and business destination to its European network. Edinburgh is a vibrant city, hosting a number of exciting events all year. The Old Town, proclaimed UNESCO World Heritage with the famous Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile Promenade and the many bars, pubs and restaurants of the Grass Market make Edingburgh a fantastic citytrip destination offering lots of attractions, places to visit and a shopping experience like no other.
Edinburgh is also the capital of Scotland. The city houses the Scottish Parliament, and is the second most important financial centre of the UK, after London, due to the presence of many banks and insurance companies.
Edinburgh airport is the ideal gateway to discover the city, the peaceful countryside in the Lothians land and the surrounding green scenery in Scotland.
As from 28 October Brussels Airlines will fly six times a week from Brussels Airport to Edinburgh Airport. From summer season 2013 onwards the airline will even offer two daily flights.
source: Brussels Airlines