Flights from Shannon to Brussels

Search and find cheap flights from Shannon to Brussels (Belgium, Europe)
Search and find cheap flights from Shannon to Brussels (Belgium, Europe)

Looking for the best tickets for Shannon to Brussels?

Direct flights
Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Shannon - Manchester Intl - Charleroi Bru South, Shannon - Modlin - Charleroi Bru South and Shannon - Stansted - Ferenc Liszt International - Charleroi Bru South with a flight time of 2 hours 35 minutes
Direct flights available: None available
You can fly from Shannon to Brussels National indirect via Manchester Intl, Modlin or Stansted.
Direct flights available on
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Last minute flights from Shannon to Brussels
Return trip
5 Sep - 12 Sep
230 EUR
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27h 50min
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6h 35min
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Go for less - experience more

Cheap flights from Shannon to Brussels
Return trip
7 Apr - 10 Apr
224 EUR
TripstaIE
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6h 10min
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5h 10min
1 stop
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Return trip
5 Sep - 12 Sep
230 EUR
MytripIE
SNN SNN
27h 50min
1 stop
BRU BRU
BRU BRU
6h 35min
1 stop
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Return trip
1 Jun - 5 Jun
274 EUR
TripstaIE
SNN SNN
6h 10min
1 stop
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BRU BRU
19h 35min
1 stop
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So what's it going to cost once you're in Brussels

Compare the costs of everyday items in Shannon and Brussels
CAPPUCCINO
Regular
Shannon
2.77 EUR
3%
Brussels
2.7 EUR
Cappuccino is 2.5% cheaper in Brussels than Shannon
MEAL
Inexpensive
Shannon
14 EUR
-7%
Brussels
15 EUR
Meal is 7.1% more expensive in Brussels than Shannon
MILK
1 liter
Shannon
3.54 EUR
-9%
Brussels
3.86 EUR
Milk is 9% more expensive in Brussels than Shannon
BUS
One-way ticket
Shannon
2.1 EUR
%
Brussels
2.1 EUR
Bus is 0% cheaper in Brussels than Shannon
MOVIE THEATER
1 ticket
Shannon
9 EUR
-17%
Brussels
10.5 EUR
movie theater is 17% more expensive in Brussels than Shannon
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