Brussels Airlines (SN, Brussels National) has outlined its proposed SSJ 100/95 operational plans with flights set to commence on March 26 ch-aviation analysis of schedule data has revealed.

As previously reported, the Lufthansa (LH, Frankfurt Int'l) subsidiary will wet-lease a trio of SuperJets from CityJet (WX, Dublin Int'l) this coming summer season.

As it stands, Brussels Airlines will deploy the first two Sukhoi Civil Aircraft twinjets into service from Brussels beginning March 26. One of the aircraft will serve Berlin Tegel, Basle/Mulhouse/Freiburg, CH, and Copenhagen Kastrup with the other taking care of Vienna and Geneva. Weekend operations will cover service to Prague Ruzyne, Nice, Venice Marco Polo, and Bologna.

Thereafter, the SuperJet will be gradually deployed on flights to Edinburgh, Milan Malpensa, Birmingham Int'l, Hamburg Helmut Schmidt, Kraków, Bordeaux, Gothenburg Landvetter, Milan Linate, and Warsaw Chopin.

The SuperJets are being used to replace three outgoing ARJ-100s.