Belgian National carrier, Brussels Airlines has increased its flights between Brussels, Belgium and Kotoka International Airport, Accra with effect from 30 March, 2017.
The additional flight to the Accra-Brussels route will add to Brussels Airline’s existing four times (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) service on the route using Airbus 330 aircraft.
Thursday has been added to take the number of flight times to five and has commenced on March 30 2017. Mrs Rita Marcedo, the Country Manager of Brussels Airlines was speaking during a courtesy call on Mr Akwasi Agyeman, the New Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Authority.
She said Brussels Airlines had demonstrated its love for the continent and that laid credence to why they were the only airlines flying to the sub-region even during the Ebola outbreak.
“The current daily flight by Brussels Airlines definitely impact on Ghana’s economy so this new flight is a welcome addition to that impact and another sign of the strength of the airline’s growing market,’’ she added.The airline in a notification mail, notified all travel agents and partners of the new additional flight.
The Email read ‘’ Dear Travel Partner, Brussels Airlines is delighted to inform you that as from 30th March, we will fly to and from Accra five times a week. We have added a new flight on Thursdays and will now fly Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.’’
Currently, Brussels Airlines flies to 17 destinations in Africa including Abidjan, Banjul, Accra, Freetown, Kigali and 12 others.