The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has almost halved Belgium’s Brussels Airlines flight frequencies to the African nation’s capital, apparently because of a diplomatic spat between the two nations. A Feb. 3 letter from the DRC CAA director-general to the airline’s representative in the DRC capital of Kinshasa said that because of “a lack of reciprocity” in airline services between the DRC and Belgium, Brussels Airlines’ ...

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