Communiqué de presse Brussels Airlines - 27/10

From March 31st 2017 onwards, Brussels Airlines will operate flights from Armenia to Brussels. The capital Yerevan will be connected once a week with Brussels Airport and in July and August this weekly service is complemented by a second flight. Brussels Airlines does not only provide a comfortable direct flight to Belgium, passengers can also fly to many other Brussels Airlines destinations in Europe.

So far, Armenia was not directly connected by air with the European Capital of Brussels in the heart of Belgium. People of Armenian origin who live in Belgium, the South of the Netherlands and the North of France needed to fly through connections via other airports to Yerevan. With the new direct flights, Brussels Airlines now responds to the important market demand of the Armenian diaspora. Also Belgian tour operators and travel agents will make use of the new service in order to offer guided tours and holidays in Armenia.

Flights are operated with modern Airbus A 320 aircraft and leave Brussels Airport on Saturday and Tuesday late afternoon. The return flight from Yerevan arrives in Brussels in the early morning of Wednesday and Sunday. The Saturday service will be operated all year long and starts on March 31.  The Tuesday flight will be offered in summer months (July and August) only.
Schedule (Local times)
Flight n°      From     To            Departure    Arrival      Days of the week
SN2899 Brussels    Yerevan    18:40           01:10       Saturday (all year)
SN2899 Brussels    Yerevan    18:40           01:10       Tuesday (Jul/Aug)
SN2900 Yerevan    Brussels    02:00           05:00       Sunday (all year)
SN2900 Yerevan    Brussels    02:00           05:00       Wednesday (Jul/Aug)
Tickets can be purchased via travel agencies or via

“We are very happy to add Armenia to our expanding network”, says Frédéric Dechamps, Brussels Airlines Vice President Sales Benelux, Europe & the Americas. “We are grateful to all the partners involved in our project. A special word of thanks goes to His Excellency, Mr. Tatoul Markarian Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the Kingdom of Belgium / the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg & head of the Armenian Representation to the European Union and to Mr. Varos Simonyan, Trade Representative of the Republic of Armenia to the European Union”.

This week, Brussels Airlines Vice President Aeropolitical Affairs & International Relations Herman Carpentier pays a visit to Yerevan to further develop the cooperation with the country. “We look forward to work together with the Armenian community in order to make this new Brussels Airlines Yerevan service successful”, Herman Carpentier says.