Air Belgium will launch two new routes to the United States and Asia in September. Managing Director Niky Terzakis told Belga on Saturday, on the sidelines of the Belgian state visit to South Africa.
Last November, Air Belgium decided to considerably reduce its offer. The Belgian company has cut almost all flights to the West Indies from March, citing high kerosene prices. All that remains are the connections between Brussels and Mauritius and the connection to South Africa – from Brussels to Johannesburg and Cape Town – launched in September.
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Terzakis had already promised new destinations. Today, the CEO confirms that Air Belgium will offer flights to the United States and an Asian country from the next winter season.