The Air Belgium airline has announced that it has reinforced its fleet with new aircraft, which will be operated on several new routes, including routes to South Africa.
The Belgian national air carrier whose air hub is at Brussels-Zventem airport has announced that it has created two links to Cape Town and Johannesburg. Flights to the South African country will be operational from next September.
The fleet served by Air Belgium is enriched with several A330neo type aircraft, enabling it to expand its international offer.
Air Belgium has even declared that two other aircraft of the 787-8 type will join its fleet during the next month, intended for cargo activities, the total number of aircraft of which will reach eleven, including four aircraft operated on flights intended for the transport of passengers.
The reinforcement of the Air Belgium fleet will enable it to further extend its international flight network. The Belgian carrier has even affirmed its arrival on new routes before the end of the year by launching links to Bonaire in November with a connection in Curraçao.
The continued expansion of the fleet translates into greater capacity, which also allows Air Belgium to serve even more routes for its passengers, on which the airline wasted no time in planning a improved winter schedule this year – from the Dutch Caribbean with bi-weekly flights from Brussels to Bonaire from November 4, which will be combined into a triangular route with non-stop service to Bonaire with a stopover in Curaçao in the Caribbean.