Brussels Airlines is the flag carrier of Belgium, a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, and a member of Star Alliance. It currently flies to 174 destinations in 58 countries around the world, and its main hub is located in Brussels. The Duffel Flights API is built from the ground up and allows you to search, book and sell flights from Brussels Airlines along with 300+ other airlines through a single integration.
Search & Book
Search for flights from Brussels Airlines and more than 300 other airlines with real-time pricing and availability.Read the guide→
Cancel & Refund
Make it easy for your customers to cancel bookings and get a timely refund without having to bounce between airlines and agents.Read the guide→
Your customers want to decide where they sit. Duffel gives them the power to choose their seats using data sent directly from the airline.Read the guide→
Give your customers the ability to add bags on Brussels Airlines - other services like extra leg room, priority boarding and in-flight meals are coming soon.Read the guide→
Offer your customers perks and benefits from their favourite airline's frequent flyer programme by capturing their number at search or booking.Read the guide→
Receive premium content including low fares and a wider range of paid extras.
This is the preferred channel of distribution for airlines and ensures earlier access to new features.
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Search and Book
Cancel and Refund
We're constantly releasing new capabilities across our airlines. To request a feature, contact us. We'd love to hear from you.
How does Duffel compare to Brussels Airlines's API
The Brussels Airlines API offers similar functionality to Duffel, but will only allow you to access content from Brussels Airlines.
With Duffel, you get access to a network of 300+ of the world's leading airlines with just a single integration.
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