Start your vacation with more spending money in your pocket when flying Icelandair on our cheap tickets to Europe. For the best fares and an unparalleled flying experience, choose Icelandair to fly from Vancouver, British Columbia to Brussels, Belgium (YVR-BRU). Icelandair provides hours of in-seat entertainment, two complimentary checked bags, Wi-Fi access on most flights, and a USB power outlet at every seat to power up everything from your smartphone to your laptop. These are just a few benefits - along with our cheap airfare to Europe of course – of the refreshing Icelandic travel experience during your flights from Vancouver, Canada to Brussels. Not only that, but you’ll enjoy a quick and easy transit at our Keflavik hub, our superior on-time performance, and one of the shortest flying times from North America with our flights from Vancouver to Europe and more than 20 destinations throughout the European continent. We look forward to providing you the chance to experience why Icelandair has been a trusted leader in the airline industry for more than 75 years.

Cheap flights to Brussels with Icelandair!

Travelers from Vancouver Airport to Brussels Airport will find plenty to do in the Belgian capital. Belgium’s love for comic strips – including more comic strip artists per square mile than any other country - helped give the capital its other nickname, The Comic Strip Capital of the World, and can be seen in locations throughout the city including the Belgian Comic Strip Center, a self-proclaimed “temple” for the art form. Now, let’s say you’re in Brussels but want to see as much of Europe as possible. You can always head over to Mini-Europe to take in as much as possible. This five-acre theme park - located about 5 miles north of the city center - offers miniature recreations of Europe’s most popular locations. From Big Ben to Mount Vesuvius, this park has it covered. And while in Belgium, taking part in the local cuisine is a must. With waffles, chocolate, mussels and the famous Belgian fries with mayonnaise on the menu, you’re sure not to leave hungry! With all this and so much more in Brussels, Belgium, there is truly something for everyone! Check out Icelandair’s cheap plane tickets to Brussels Airport from Vancouver International Airport and plan your vacation now!

Stopover in Iceland with your flight to Europe!

Visit Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional airfare with plane tickets to Europe on Icelandair to any of our more than 20 destinations throughout Scandinavia, the United Kingdom, and Continental Europe. You can tour Iceland during any season, whether visiting for 24 hours or up to as much as seven nights. With non-stop flights from Vancouver to Iceland, you can be snowmobiling over an Icelandic glacier, snorkeling at Thingvellir National Park, or relaxing in the warm, tranquil waters of the Blue Lagoon.

Fly from YVR to BRU with the cheapest flights to Europe

  • With our exceptional on-time performance and shorter flying time to Europe & more than 20 destinations throughout Europe, we invite you to experience why Icelandair has been a trusted leader with its more than 75 years in aviation
  • Take advantage of our direct flights to Iceland on your cheap flight to Belgium with a stopover and a vacation in Iceland to enjoy any number of Iceland vacation packages available to you
  • Belgium has three official languages: Dutch, or Flemish, spoken in the northern region of Flanders; French, spoken in the southern region of Wallonia; and German, spoken along the eastern border with Germany
  • Brussels is considered “the Capital of Europe”, it being the seat of the European Union
  • Although voting is compulsory for those 18 and over in Belgium, it has not been enforced for over a decade
  • Brussels Airport is located in the town of Zaventem, about seven miles northeast of the city center
  • Vancouver is second only to Los Angeles for its television show production and the third largest in North America for theatrical film production, hence the name “Hollywood North” which has become one of its unofficial nicknames
  • Nanaimo Bars, a popular Canadian desert item, is said to have originated at Vancouver Island in British Columbia
  • Although there have been attempts to build at least one over the years, Vancouver, British Columbia has no freeways in the downtown area
  • Vancouver International Airport, the second busiest in Canada, is located on Sea Island, just 8 miles from downtown Vancouver
  • By the time you arrive at your destination, you should be able to pronounce the name of the Iceland volcano Snæfellsjökull, because when you fly from Vancouver YVR to Brussels BRU on our Icelandair flight deals, you’ll be flying the only airline in the world to name its planes after the numerous volcanoes located throughout our home country.
  • On board your flight and included in your airfare to Brussels, Belgium is your personal in-flight entertainment system which is available on nearly every flight from North America to Europe. A full selection of programming – all 150 hours of it - is available, from Iceland’s very own Lazy Town for the kids, to the latest hit movies
  • Also included during your YVR to Brussels flights is 32” of legroom in Economy Class, along with a generous baggage allowance, complimentary non-alcoholic drinks and snacks,  and of course our exceptional service
  • When booked for travel in Economy Comfort from YVR-BRU, you can expect 33” of legroom, a blocked middle seat for additional comfort, a complimentary meal in addition to drink services, as well as access to the Saga Class lounge and many other amenities
  • In Saga Class, in addition to what is mentioned above, you will enjoy 40” of legroom, spacious seats, Saga Class lounge access, and complimentary noise cancelling headphones, plus other ancillary services during your flight from Vancouver, Canada to BRU
  • Recently inducted into the Director General’s Roll of Excellence by Airports Council International based on its consistent ranking for service excellence, Keflavik International Airport will provide you a first-hand account of why Icelandair is the increasingly attractive option for cross-Atlantic flights with service to major metropolitan areas on both sides of the Atlantic