First off, congrats to the ‘Red Devils’ for advancing to the World Cup Quarter Finals….for a moment I thought we were going to pull off a miracle in the last minutes…Enjoy Messi this weekend! 🙂
Now back to the news…
Brussels has announced an update to their Winter 2014/15 timetable that takes effect on October 26. These changes are already reflected in their reservation systems. In addition to these changes, Brussels also plans to increase service to several African destinations during the Christmas Holiday season so other announcements will be forthcoming.
For now, Brussels has increased their service to Africa by approximately 9 percent by increasing frequencies to some of their more popular destinations. Here is the list of affected cities (all changes take effect October 26, 2014):
Nairobi, Kenya will see service increase from 3 times per week to 5 times per week.
Luanda, Angola will see service increase from 2 times per week to 3 times per week.
Kigali, Rwanda will see service increase from 4 times per week to 5 times per week.
Bujumbura, Burundi will see service increase from 2 times per week to 3 times per week.
Douala, Cameroon will see service increase from 5 times per week to 6 times per week.
Yaounde, Cameroon will see service increase from 4 times per week to 5 times per week.
Brussels – Washington DC Update:
At the same time of the Africa announcements, Brussels also announced that it will be converting it’s Brussels-Washington DC route to a seasonal route with no service during the winter. Service between these cities will end with the Spring/Summer timetable on October 25 and will resume on March 29, 2015.
Not familiar with Brussels Airlines? Take a look this that takes a deep look into their fantastic Business Class service…. and this post that takes a closer look at their Business Class hardware.