Brussels Airlines Reconnects Africa to Bristol and Hannover
Brussels Airlines is expand its European portfolio and reconnecting Africa even more with the launch of flights to Bristol in England and Hannover in Germany.
Starting 1 September, 2019, Brussels Airlines will fly to Bristol and Hannover 5 times a week. As from October 27, it will increase flight frequencies to Bristol to 12 times weekly and to Hannover to 6 times a week.
Both flights to Bristol and Hannover will be operated with a Bombardier CRJ900 by CityJet on behalf of Brussels Airlines.
With a great number of museums, theatres, live music gigs and the quantity of street art, Bristol is an artistic city at heart. Home to some of the most significant people in the history of motion picture, Bristol was designated City of Film by UNESCO in 2017.
Hanover is the capital of the German state of Lower Saxony, a fascinating, and charming city offering numerous impressive parks and leafy oases, with the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen and the treasured Eilenriede forest stretching into the city centre as the most famous ones.
Brussels Airlines is Belgium's national airline. With a fleet of 48 aircraft, it flies to more than 100 destinations across the world including 23 in Africa.