Brussels Airlines plans to add two Airbus A330 aircraft to its fleet and launch flights from Brussels to Toronto, as well as increase its presence in Africa and the US. “This important expansion plan is a significant investment, both financially and in terms of employment,” CEO Bernard Gustin said in a statement. “We are creating a larger offering for our growing number of passengers as well as for our cargo clients.” The Lufthansa subsidiary and Star Alliance ...

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