Brussels Airlines Expands Flight Offers to Africa, Axes Mumbai
Brussels Airlines is continuing to invest in its position on the African market, by further reinforcing its flight offer to and from the continent.
As of next year, the airline will add 3 extra flights per week to Banjul (The Gambia) and will operate 3 out of the 7 weekly frequencies to Dakar (Senegal) as a direct flight, without a stop in another African airport.
After a network expansion of 26 short- and medium-haul destinations this summer, Brussels Airlines invests further in its African long-haul network in winter. The airline will service Banjul (The Gambia) daily instead of 4 times a week.
From the 7 weekly flights to and from Dakar, 3 flights will become direct flights, without a stop in another African airport from 7 January, creating more capacity on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
In a related development, the airline will cease its operations to and from Mumbai from 6 January, 2019. It will continues to offer travel options via Frankfurt, Munich and Zurich.