Hainan Airlines are excited to inform you of the launch of non-stop services between Brussels and Shanghai, starting October 25th, 2017.
Operated with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in a 2-class configuration, Business and Economy, flights will operate three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Flights can already be booked on HainanAirlines.com or at your travel agency.
The specific flight schedule is as follows:
Period Flight nbr Aircraft Days Departure Airport DEP ARR Arrival Airport
25/10/2017 -28/10/2017 HU7921 787-9 1.3.5.. Shanghai 01.25 07.30 Brussels
HU7922 787-9 1.3.5.. Brussels 12.30 05.30+1 Shanghai
29/10/2017 – 24/03/2018 HU7921 787-9 1.3.5.. Shanghai 01.25 06.30 Brussels
HU7922 787-9 1.3.5.. Brussels 11.30 05.30+1 Shanghai
Brussels-Shanghai is the second route for Hainan Airlines out of Brussels. Since 2006 the airline had operated the only direct flight from Belgium to China, Brussels-Beijing.
Beijing is Hainan Airlines’ main hub in China, offering many connections to its vast domestic network in China.
LIMOUSINE SERVICE FOR BUSINESS CLASS GUESTS
Passengers travelling with Hainan Airlines in Business Class from Brussels to China, can benefit from a free-of-charge limousine service from anywhere in Belgium to Brussels Airport (and return). A second limousine service, also free-of-charge, is available in 10 cities in China: Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Xi’an, Changsha, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shenzhen and Wenzhou.
ABOUT HAINAN AIRLINES
Launched in 1993 on Hainan Island, Hainan Airlines became the first Sino-foreign joint venture airline in 1995.
Hainan Airlines is part of the HNA Group, that has investments in airlines, airports, airport handling and catering companies, aircraft leasing firms, hotels, etc. In total HNA Group employs over 200.000 staff around the world.
Hainan Airlines has received in June 2017, for the 7th year in a row (2011-2017), the 5-Star Airline Award from Skytrax. The award follows the annual evaluation by Skytrax of the airport and cabin services of the world’s major airlines.
Germany’s aircraft safety evaluation office JACDEC named Hainan Airlines in February 2017 as the 3rd most safe airline in the world, in its annual survey of the safety record of the 60 largest airlines in 2016.
For more information you can contact your BCECC contact at Hainan Airlines: