From 7 January 2019, Brussels Airlines will be increasing its range of flights to Africa and then flying business travellers daily to Banjul, the capital of Gambia. In addition, the airline will offer three of its seven weekly flights to Dakar as non-stop flights in winter 2018.
On 6 January 2019, Brussels Airlines will be discontinuing its service to Mumbai in order to focus more on its African services.
As an Africa specialist, the Belgian airline offers business travellers first-class services at selected African airports. For example, passengers can take advantage of the time-saving, full-service, city check-in offer and exclusive African lounges.
Brussels Airlines is adding two new short-haul destinations to its flight timetable: from October 2018, Kiev will be served four times a week, and from February 2019 three weekly flights will operate to Warsaw.