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Nine new destinations available from Brussels Airport this summer
Brussels Airport will allow travellers to fly to nine new destinations this summer, with as many as 58 airlines scheduled to use the Zaventem base over the peak holiday season.
There will be a total of 175 direct routes available through the summer period, taking passengers to North Africa, North America and parts of Europe, the airport has announced.
New destinations this summer include Toronto in Canada (pictured) and Monastir in Tunisia, as well as the cities of Bejaia, Constantine, Oran and Tlemcen in Algeria. Travellers wishing to stay in Europe will be able to fly direct to Billund in Denmark, Seville in Spain and Kayseri in Turkey.
As well as Toronto and Montreal, the long-haul network departing from Brussels will make it possible to travel to the United States (New York, Newark, Chicago, Washington), the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana), Mexico (Cancun), Cuba (Varadero) or Jamaica (Montego Bay).
Air Canada will launch five weekly flights to Toronto from 1 August, which will increase its offer to Canada to twelve flights per week, in addition to the daily flight to Montreal.