Brussels Airlines has announced that it will begin service between Brussels and Accra, Ghana beginning on October 26.    The new service will operate 4 times a week (Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday) and will be flown by an A330 aircraft, which in my opinion sports one of the best Business Class cabins that you’ll find in Europe!


The details of the new service are as follows:

SN277 will depart Brussels at 11:00a, arriving in Accra at 4:45p

SN278 will depart Accra at 9:40p, arriving in Brussels at 5:25a the following morning.


In addition to this announcement, ‘SN’ has also indicated that they will be increasing service to existing African destinations.

Beginning in September the following changes are set to take place:

Lome, Togo will increase from 2x/week to 4x/week.

Cotonou, Benin will increase from 2x/week to 3x/week.

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso will increase from 2x/week to 3x/week.


Additionally, Brussels will stop flying to Nairobi, Kenya later this year due to the fact that Lufthansa will launch service between Nairobi and Frankfurt on October 27, 2015.