For the third consecutive year Brussels Airlines is the travel partner of Tomorrowland. The airline will fly in 15,000 festival goers from all over the world to Belgium.
Last year 214 different nationalities were counted at Tomorrowland. 13,000 visitors booked a Global Journey package to travel to Tomorrowland and again this year the packages including transport, accommodation and access to the festival will be offered. Last year Brussels Airlines flew in 8,000 party goers to Belgium and this year the airline will again offer flights from around the globe to the festival. In total, spread over two weekends, the airline will fly in 15,000 passengers on 150 flights departing from 50 cities in Europe, Africa and the US. Another 2,500 Tomorrowland goers will fly to Belgium from the US, Canada, South America, Australia and Asia with Brussels Airlines’ partners Lufthansa, Thai Airways and Air Canada.
Last year Brussels Airlines used two larger Airbus A330 aircraft to operate party flights from Basel and Tel Aviv, with live DJ’s on board. As usual, the Tomorrowland vibe will be there right from the start: Brussels Airlines flights will be transformed into party flights and will bathe in the magical Tomorrowland atmosphere. Global Journey has also selected three hotels that will be transformed into Tomorrowland hotels.
The Global Journey sale, which also offers train tickets, will start this Saturday, February 1st at 17h on the Tomorrowland website