Brussels Airlines readies for Washington launch


After stirring up the market a few weeks ago when Brussels Airlines launched their new cabin product across the 4 East African Community countries the airline is flying to at present, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Burundi, is the airline’s sales team now working the market ahead of the June 18th launch of flights to Washington DC. A year and a bit after launching what has turned out to be a hugely successful new route between Brussels to New York’s JFK is the airline now connecting the European capital with the US capital, initially 5 times a week, facilitating nonstop travel for government delegations as well as the business community, and not forgetting tourists wanting to explore the United States.

From Dulles International Brussels Airlines then has codeshare options with Star Alliance partners to more than 40 other US destinations, making the journey from Eastern Africa to the United States a one stop affair on the shortest possible route. Special launch fares will be made available, including stop over options in Brussels to explore the European capital or destinations beyond, and details will in due course be made public by the airline’s offices and through travel agents. For more information on the extensive African route network and European destinations the airline flies to visit

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