The first Brussels Airlines’ load trip after a long inertia, will now travel to Freetown, Sierra Leone.
As indicated by head of operations control at Austrian and Brussels Airlines, Manuel Javorik, the flight team will work as a return flight.
Meanwhile, Simon Kinsey, who is the VP flight operations at Brussels Airlines, is content with the news received and is hopeful, Brussels Airlines will invest more exertion to be among the awesome flights in the world it used to.
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He however complimented the team behind this move and think they have done an incredible job, and is happy to see the flight work again.
Brussels Airlines is the banner transporter and biggest aircraft of Belgium, based and headquartered at Brussels Airport. It works to more than 100 destinations in Europe, North America, Africa and also offers charter services, maintenance and crew training.