BRUSSELS AIRLINES PUTS FLIGHTS UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE
Again, it’s that time of year. Brussels Airlines is putting out the b.gift, a gift certificate for travel that can be put under the Christmas tree. This year is the first time that the loved voucher can be used for trips to faraway places.
One of the most significant offices representing Brussels Airlines is its UK subsidiary. From our office or digitally from our site, you can get tickets at a lower price. On our website, you can also check the brussels airlines ticket prices to Brussels.
Brussels Airlines is bringing back its popular b.gift flight voucher for the holiday season. With a b.gift, you can buy a voucher for a flight for one to five people on Brussels Airlines. It’s a special holiday gift because it’s an open flight ticket that lets the recipient choose where to go from a list of 83 destinations around the world. But those who give a b.gift to a loved one also get something out of it, since they get LOOPS for every b.gift they buy.
Because customers wanted more options, b.gift now has three types of vouchers for the first time. With a b.gift City voucher, the person who receives it can choose from 37 cities in Europe, such as Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Lisbon, and Prague. b.gift Sunny has 42 winter sun destinations, including Ibiza, Tenerife, Mallorca, Marrakech, Gran Canaria, and several Greek islands. Lastly, b.gift World lets people learn about New York, Toronto, Washington, D.C., and Mumbai, all of which are great cities.
brusselsairlines.com has the b.gift for €99 (City) or €198 (Sunny) until January 1st. Both prices are good for a round-trip flight in Light&Relax. At b.gift World, a round-trip flight on a long-haul route in Economy Class costs €396. With a b.gift voucher, the recipient can book a flight between January 3 and February 28, 2018, and fly between January 15 and June 15, 2018.
Management and union representatives at Brussels Airlines have been working hard together for the past few weeks to improve the working conditions of the airline’s pilots even more. Today, the airline and its union representatives talked about the proposal that will be put to a vote by the pilots of Brussels Airlines in the next few days.
The current proposal is the result of a joint working group whose main goal was to improve the current rules for duty and rest time, as well as other ways to improve the pilots’ work-life balance and a compensation plan.
The new plan is a big investment for the company, both financially and in terms of resources, and it addresses most of the worries of the Brussels Airlines cockpit community.