Africa World Airlines Embraer ERJ-145LI, Photo credit: Jetphotos
Africa World Airlines (AWA) and Brussels Airlines have signed a partnership agreement to better connect passengers traveling through their respective hubs in Brussels and Accra.
The new partnership between the airlines will allow passengers traveling from Brussels Airlines' network of 73 European and 21 intercontinental destinations to book and seamlessly travel on a single ticket to any of the 9 African destinations served by AWA.
The deal will also allow passengers enjoy many benefits including attractive joint fares, and a single intercontinental baggage allowance all the way through the different legs of their journey.
Africa World Airlines is a Ghanaian airline. It currently operates flights to four destinations in Ghana namely Accra, Kumasi, Tamale and Takoradi, as well as Lagos, Abuja in Nigeria and Monrovia in Liberia.
Brussels Airlines is Belgium's national airline and part of the Lufthansa Group. It operates to more than 100 destinations including 23 in Africa.