Brussels Airlines Resumes Flights In Two African Routes

Belgian-based airline carriers, Brussels Airlines has resumed flights to Guinea and Burkina Faso for the first time in two years.

The resumption will see more long-distance flights by the airline. 

The airline operators will now operate in both countries three times per week with its current reach found at 17 Sub-Saharan African countries.

Head of Sales at Brussels Airlines and Lufthansa Group, Phillipe Saeys-Desmedt said they have been able to rehire many of the employees they laid off in the past. He said that keeps the company in a good space for its future plans.

“As the Africa expert we are very happy to again expand our market position in our most important continent. 

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“We have been able to rehire many of our previous employees which means we immediately have the experience that is needed to restart our direct connection between two important African capital cities: Conakry and Ouagadougou and our home base, Brussels airport.

“This is an important step that once more confirms our important role as gateway between Europe and Africa.”

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