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Belgian flag carrier Brussels Airlines has launched flights between Brussels and Toronto. The first flight, which was originally scheduled to happen on the 27th March but postponed due to the terrorist attacks, took place on the 7th of April.
This is the sole flight between the Belgian capital and Canada’s largest city. The airline will offer onward connections from Toronto with fellow Star Alliance-member Air Canada to other Canadian and American cities. Air Canada currently flies between Montreal and Brussels. Brussels Airlines already codeshares with Air Canada on several North-American flights from Montreal .
The flights will run 5 times a week in the summer season, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. This is the current schedule, according to airlineroute.net:
SN551 BRU1030 – 1320YYZ 332 x13
SN552 YYZ1830 – 0750+1BRU 332 x13
The flights will be operated by their Airbus A330-200.