Mont-Saint-Guibert, 16 July 2019 - Air Belgium announces the launch of two new regular scheduled services to the French Antilles, from Brussels Charleroi Airport.
The new service will directly connect Belgium to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe and to Fort-de-France in Martinique with two flights per week starting on December 7, 2019.
With a departure from Brussels Charleroi Airport in the late morning, the schedule offers maximum comfort to passengers coming from Belgium, but also from France, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Netherlands and west of Germany. In addition, Brussels Charleroi Airport is an easily accessible airport, that offers passengers a speedy and efficient terminal processing from parking until boarding of the aircraft.
The flights will be operated with Airbus A340 aircrafts configured in three classes layout. The fares start from:
For Economy class EUR 345 per return all-in (checked-in luggages included)
For Premium class EUR 739 per return all-in
For Business class EUR 1,739 per return all-in
Air Belgium guarantees full service, including checked-in luggage allowance for lowest fare, meal and beverage service, and access to its dedicated modern and cosy lounge for passengers in Business and Premium class.
Air Belgium chose Guadeloupe and Martinique – two islands offering guaranteed sunny weather, the discovery of a warm and welcoming population, preserved nature and high quality local gastronomy and products. Basically, the assurance of a complete change of scenery without leaving Europe.
Travellers do not require VISA or specific vaccines. The local currency is the Euro and French and English are widely spoken across the island.
Water sports, yachting, hiking, fine dining or nature lover: there is something for everyone in Guadeloupe and Martinique.
By opening these new routes with departure from Belgium, Air Belgium keeps its promise to offer its passengers comfortable, qualitative and affordable long haul flights.