Belgium’s flag carrier and largest airline, Brussels Airline has announced their new summer network, with African destinations among its 61, gradually opening between 15 June and 31 August.
“We are very much looking forward to restarting our activities and welcoming back our guests and part of our staff,” said the CEO of Brussels Airlines, Dieter Vranckx in the airline’s press statement.
“We are taking all measures to protect them during their journey with us.”
From June 22, 2020, the airline will add Banjul, Gambia and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo to its destinations then from July Cotonou in Benin, Douala and Yaoundé in Cameroon, Hurghada in Egypt, Accra in Ghana, Monrovia in Liberia, Kigali in Rwanda, Dakar in Senegal, Freetown in Sierra Leone, Lomé in Togo, Entebbe in Uganda and Abidjan in Ivory Coast will be added.
August will see the airline flying to Bujumbura in Burundi.
The relaunch of Brussels Airline’s operations comes after an interruption of 12 weeks.