Brussels Airlines yesterday became the 26th member of Star Alliance in ceremonies in the Belgian capital, 12 months after it was invited to join and following the conclusion of a strategic partnership with Lufthansa, which acquired 45% of parent SN Air Holding in June. "Since its inception, Star carriers have been flying to Brussels but from today on we can start developing the airport as a hub," Star CEO Jaan Albrecht said. With the addition of Brussels Airlines, the Star Alliance network ...

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