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Pegasus Airlines, Belavia and Ryanair relaunch their operations at Brussels South Charleroi Airport

Resumption of commercial activities, as Brussels South Charleroi Airport welcomes travelers again. 

Since Monday June 15, 2020, BSCA's commercial activities have officially restarted. Pegasus Airlines, Belavia and Ryanair confirm the revival of their aviation activities. 22 additional routes will be restored from Brussels-Charleroi airport.   

On June 17, 2020, at 12.20, the first Pegasus Airlines Airbus A320 landed on the tarmac of BSCA. This arrival marks the resumption of the company's operations from Brussels-Charleroi. Pegasus Airlines is relaunching its connections between Brussels South Charleroi Airport and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport.

Later in the day, an Embraer 175 from Belavia landed at Brussels South Charleroi Airport. The national airline of Belarus confirms the relaunch of its links between Brussels-Charleroi and Minsk. Two weekly flights will be operated at first.

Connections via the hubs of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Minsk are ensured, subject to the airlines' flight schedule and restrictions on access to destination countries.

Ryanair will partially resume operations on June 21, 2020. 20 routes spread across nine countries will be restored.

Routes from Brussels-Charleroi from June 21, 2020:

  • Spain: Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Alicante, Malaga, Seville, Tenerife South
  • France: Marseille
  • Greece: Athens, Thessaloniki
  • Hungary: Budapest
  • Italy: Rome-Ciampino, Milan-Bergamo, Bologna
  • Poland: Warsaw-Modlin, Krakow
  • Portugal: Lisbon, Faro, Porto
  • Romania: Bucharest
  • United Kingdom: Manchester

The company will restore the rest of its network from Brussels South Charleroi Airport as of 1 th July 2020, subject to changes or possible governmental restrictions.

Tickets to each of the proposed destinations are on sale on the airlines' websites at , , .

For any departure, it is strongly recommended that travelers inquire about the terms of access to their country of destination, either via the local authorities, or via the website of the Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs at the address  http: // .