The resumption of flights to the capital of Burkina Faso has been made official by Brussels Airlines.
After canceling two air routes that were supposed to connect Ouagadougou to Brussels last month, due to a military coup in the African country, the Belgian airline has announced that the situation has returned to normal after the opening from the sky by the Burkinabe government.
Brussels Airlines assures its passengers that all necessary security measures have been taken before resuming operations on this international route.
A few weeks ago, the other Western European airline announced its arrival in South Africa. Air Belgium, the specialist in long-distance flights now flies to the two largest destinations in the South African country: Cape Town and Johannesburg.
As a reminder, the Brussels Airlines network connects the largest economic and tourist regions of Africa such as Conakry, Benjul, Lomé, Monrovia, Kigali and Entebbe.