On Sunday, June 2, Brussels Airlines launched its first direct flight to Sheremetyevo International Airport. The route Brussels – Moscow – Brussels will be performed four times a week on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays (arrival at 12:20, departure at 13:15 Moscow time) on Airbus A319. Passengers will be served at Terminal E. By launching flights to Sheremetyevo, Brussels Airlines responds to the high share of business travelers flying with the company from Brussels Airport to Moscow.
Russian flag carrier Aeroflot will fully resume flights from Moscow to Brussels and back to Moscow from April 8, the airline said on its website on Thursday. The company said earlier flights SU2618 en route from Moscow to Brussels and SU2619 from Brussels will reopen on April 7, 2016. TASS reported earlier Aeroflot canceled flights to Brussels in connection with terrorist acts in the capital of Belgium occurred on March 22.