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Brussels Airlines new route to Mumbai, India

Brussels Airlines new route to Mumbai, India

14 August 2016 Airline News Tourism News

Brussels Airlines is adding a new route between Belgium and Mumbai, India which will commence from March next year. The Belgian carrier confirmed that it would begin a five times weekly Brussels-Mumbai service which will be served by an Airbus A330 aircraft configured with Economy, Economy Privilege and Business class cabins.

bmi regional expands codeshare deal with Brussels Airlines

bmi regional expands codeshare deal with Brussels Airlines

1 August 2016 Airline News

bmi regional has added seven new routes to its network thanks to an agreement extending the carrier’s codeshare partnership with Brussels Airlines. Routes from the Great Britain, Northern Ireland and France will go on sale via bmi regional’s website and call centre from today.

Lufthansa postpones full Brussels Airlines acquisition

Lufthansa postpones full Brussels Airlines acquisition

4 May 2016 Airline News

The executive board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG informed the company’s supervisory board at its meeting yesterday that Lufthansa and Brussels Airlines have agreed to extend – by an additional three months – the deadline for Lufthansa to decide on the call option to fully acquire Brussels Airlines’ parent company SN Airholding. Under their existing agreement, Lufthansa was required to take this decision, through which it could acquire the remaining 55 per cent of SN Airholding by the beginning of June.

Brussels Airlines brings Tintin to the skies

Brussels Airlines brings Tintin to the skies

17 March 2015 Airline News

Brussels Airlines and Moulinsart have unveiled something never seen before: an Airbus A320 with a livery inspired by the Belgian cartoon character Tintin. Both Belgian companies have worked several months on this unique project, based on the original drawings by the hand of Hergé. In the presence of the plane spotters and VIP guests, Brussels Airlines and Moulinsart have presented the aircraft livery they have secretly been working on for several months.