Brussels Airlines moves its Moscow route from Domodedovo to Sheremetyevo
Jan 9, 2019: Brussels Airlines has recently announced its decision that it will offer flights from Brussels to Sheremetyevo International Airport near the city of Moscow instead of Domodedovo Airport.
Effective June 2, the airline will operate flights to Sheremetyevo, which it describes as %u2018a prime location with an important industrial area'.
The airline informs in its release: "For passengers who wish to fly to Domodedovo Airport, the Lufthansa Group airlines Austrian, Lufthansa and Swiss offer attractive travel alternatives via their respective hubs."
Since the start of its Moscow operations in 2004, Brussels Airlines operates flights to Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
Passengers travelling to and from Sheremetyevo Airport can enjoy the large onboard service offer of Brussels Airlines (Bizz&Class, Flex&Fast, Light&Relax, Check&Go) and earn either miles from the leading frequent traveller program Miles&More or accumulate LOOPs from the Loop program of Brussels Airlines.
This new flight offer is complementary to the very attractive schedules of the Lufthansa Group airlines Austrian, Lufthansa and Swiss who offer daily flights to Domodedovo Airport.
In addition to Moscow, Brussels Airlines also offers flights to St.Petersburg.
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