Brussels Airlines has said it will invest in its position in the African market, announcing increased frequencies to the continent, but it will cease flying to Mumbai.
From 7 January 2019, the airline will add three extra flights to Banjul in The Gambia, bringing the route to a daily service.
In addition, three of Brussels Airlines’ seven weekly flights to Dakar in Senegal will operate as a direct service rather than transiting through another African airport.
Although the airline is cutting its Mumbai flights, passengers will still be able to connect to Indian services with Lufthansa Group partners Lufthansa and Swiss via Frankfurt, Munich and Zurich.
By courtesy of BBT