The Canary Islands are one of the most appreciated winter sun destinations on the Belgian market. Thanks to their ‘eternal spring’ climate, temperatures rarely drop below 20 degress and the touristic infrastructure attracts both sunbathers, sports enthusiasts, hikers and party crowd.
Every year, around 640,000 Belgians visit the Spanish archipelago and several thousand compatriots own a second home to hibernate on one of the islands.
Brussels Airlines will start operations to the Canary Islands starting 25 October, the beginning of the aviation winter season. Tenerife (Tenerife South Airport) and Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) will from then on be served twice weekly.
Three out of the four flights depart in the morning and the return flight land early in the evening at Brussels Airport. The schedule allows smooth connections to other Brussels Airlines destinations.
With Tenerife and Gran Canaria, Brussels Airlines further expands its range of winter sun destinations, and brings its total number of Spanish destinations to eight (next to Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Seville, Bilbao and Alicante).