Shareholders of Virgin Express and SN Brussels Airlines successfully concluded merger negotiations and yesterday confirmed the terms of the deal that sees the two Brussels-based carriers come under common ownership while maintaining operational independence. Virgin Express will continue to target the low-cost market with SN Brussels remaining a full-service airline. Further plans and expected synergies have not been revealed, but under terms of the deal the Virgin brand has to be eliminated ...

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