At the end of 2019, Transavia announced that it would operate flights from Brussels from the 2020 summer season – nine destinations were initially planned. Corona then – at least for the time being – thwarted these plans.
In the summer, however, Transavia again launched flights from Brussels for the coming winter season – and (exclusively) to Innsbruck. These are to be carried out twice a week (on Thursday and Sunday) from December 17, 2020. However, it remains to be seen whether this new connection – which was last seasonally offered in 2010 – will actually come about.
“Unfortunately, the guidelines for Covid-19 are changing in the Netherlands as well as in the rest of the European Union. That is why our system is constantly being adjusted,” a Transavia spokeswoman told AviationNetOnline. In around two and a half weeks it will be announced whether the Brussels-Innsbruck flights can be started.
Apart from Brussels, Transavia has Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam in its program for this winter – as it did last season. The further development of the infection process in Europe will probably also show whether these flights will take place.