Resumption of commercial activities at Brussels South Charleroi Airport: Pegasus Airlines, Belavia and Ryanair relaunch their operations
Charleroi, 18 June 2020 – Brussels South Charleroi Airport is once again welcoming travellers. BSCA’s commercial activities officially restarted on Monday 15 June 2020. Pegasus Airlines, Belavia and Ryanair confirm the resumption of their operations and are relaunching their aviation activities. 22 additional routes will once again be available from Brussels-Charleroi airport.
On 17 June 2020 at 12.20 on the dot, Pegasus Airlines’ first Airbus A320 touched down on the tarmac at BSCA. This arrival marked the resumption of the airline’s activities at Brussels-Charleroi. Pegasus Airlines is relaunching its flights between Brussels South Charleroi Airport and Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen airport.
Later that day, a Belavia Embraer 175 landed at Brussels South Charleroi Airport. Belarus’s national airline confirms that it will be restarting its flights between Brussels-Charleroi and Minsk. There will be two flights a week to begin with.
Connections via the hubs of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Minsk are available, subject to the airlines’ respective flight schedules and restrictions in force in the destination countries.
Ryanair will be resuming some of its operations from 21 June 2020. 20 routes covering nine countries will be restarting again.
Routes available from Brussels-Charleroi as of 21 June 2020:
- Spain: Madrid, Barcelona, Alicante, Malaga, Seville, Tenerife South
- France: Marseille
- Greece: Athens, Thessaloniki
- Hungary: Budapest
- Italy: Rome-Ciampino, Milan-Bergamo, Bologna
- Poland: Warsaw-Modlin, Krakow
- Portugal: Lisbon, Faro, Porto
- Romania: Bucharest
- United Kingdom: Manchester
The airline will be relaunching the rest of its network from Brussels South Charleroi Airport on 1 July 2020, subject to any government modifications or restrictions.
For all departures, we strongly recommend that travellers find out about entry requirements for their destination country, either via the local authorities, or via the Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs website http://diplomatie.belgium.be.