- Chidozie Uzoezie
Brussels Airlines Set to Resume Passenger Flights to Africa
As travel demand begins to increases, Brussels Airlines has launched its flight schedule for September and October, offering more destinations and extra frequencies on some routes.
During these months, the airline will operate 45% of its normal schedule with 27 aircraft and will make a return to Africa as from August.
Adapted to the market demand and ongoing travel restrictions, the new Brussels Airlines network for September and October includes a range of leisure and business destinations.
On the Medium-haul routes, Brussels Airlines will expand services to Basel, Birmingham, Bologna, Edinburgh, Goteborg, Milan Linate, and Warsaw.
Due to ongoing travel restrictions, the relaunch of Brussels Airlines’ long-haul operations, originally planned for 22 June, has been delayed until August.
Subject to governmental approval, the airline will resume long-haul flights in August with services expected to resume to destinations in Africa including Freetown.