Lufthansa Group subsidiary Brussels Airlines is making changes to its long-haul network, reinforcing its presence in Africa as it ends flights to Mumbai, India for economic reasons and refocuses the capacity on its core intercontinental region of Africa. As of next year, Brussels Airlines will add three extra flights per week to Banjul, Gambia, taking it to a daily service and will operate three out of seven weekly frequencies to Dakar, Senegal as a direct flight from Jan. 7. The Belgium ...

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