Lufthansa Cargo will begin marketing the cargo capacities of Lufthansa Group subsidiary Brussels Airlines from Sept. 1, joining Lufthansa (mainline), Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and Sun Express. Lufthansa Cargo said the networks of both companies complement each other “perfectly,” especially to new 15 new destinations in West, East and Central Africa, directly from Brussels. The additional destinations in Africa includes Banjul (Gambia); Conakry (Guinea); Freetown (Sierra ...

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