Following the expansion of the Belgian carrier’s European network this summer, in Winter 2018, Brussels Airlines will add two new destinations in eastern Europe: Kiev and Wroclaw. Passengers can fly directly between Brussels and Wroclaw three times per week from 17 October, and to Kiev four times weekly from 29 October.
Both cities are important business and leisure destinations in eastern Europe.
Wroclaw, Brussels Airlines’ 3rd Polish destination after Warsaw and Krakow, is the largest city in the west of Poland. A thriving multicultural centre that was the Cultural Capital of Europe in 2016, Wroclaw has a rich history. Today, the city offers many green spaces, including Szczytnicki Park which hosts a Japanese garden.
Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, is an important industrial, scientific, and cultural centre that is home to many high-tech industries and institutes of higher education. With world-famous historical landmarks and an exciting nightlife, the city also attracts many tourists.
Flights to and from both Wroclaw and Kiev will be available all year round.