Brussels South Charleroi Airport celebrates today the opening of a new route to Perugia. This new route will be operated twice a week by Ryanair and will bring the total of Italian destinations to 17.
This first flight announces the kick-off to the 12 new routes of this summer season: Athens (Jetairfly), Belgrade (Wizz Air), Perugia, Pescara, Volos, Thessaloniki, Lamezia, Kos, Almeria, Athens, Biarritz and Genoa (Ryanair).
Later this week, the Irish airline will also start 2 new routes to Pescara and Volos, and the first summer season flights to Bergerac, Figari, La Rochelle, Zadar and Ibiza.
This summer season, Brussels South Charleroi Airport proposes flights to 25 countries, of which 7 are located outside the Eurozone (Turkey, Tunisia, Norway, Morocco, Serbia, Croatia, Algeria). 87 destinations will be accessible this summer from the Friendly Airport.