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Using 50-seat Embraer ERJ-145 regional jets operated by a partner regional airline, Brussels Airlines will launch 12-times-weekly service between Brussels and the French port city of Nantes on June 14.

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Brussels Airlines is strengthening its long-haul network, in a move that will see it add two more Airbus A330s to its fleet within the next 15 months.

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Brussels Airlines will add five new European destinations and will schedule extra flights to eight existing European destinations for its summer 2016 operating season.

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Accra, which Brussels Airlines will serve four times a week from its Brussels Airport hub with its fleet of Airbus A330s, will become the carrier’s 16th destination in West Africa. However, the carrier will stop serving Kenya’s capital Nairobi at the end of October.

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Subject to receiving the required governmental approvals, Star Alliance member ANA will introduce its new route from Narita International Airport to the Belgian capital in its 2015 winter schedule, which will begin in the fall.

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As one of two growing airlines actually based at Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines must constantly evolve its network and its service offering carefully in order to compete sensibly with the sizable forces now ranged against it at its only hub.

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The Boeing 787-8 departed Paine Field in Everett on December 3 on its delivery flight to Brussels, where Jetairfly ‒ one of the eight airlines owned by TUI Travel PLC ‒ will base it.

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The Air Canada group of carriers is expanding its international services to Europe from Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver and Calgary in its summer 2014 Europe schedule.

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Brussels Airlines began non-stop flights between Brussels and Washington, D.C. on June 18, with promising signs for the success of the new service. Flights in both directions on the first day were full and advance bookings for the five-days-a-week service are very strong, some even sold out.

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Brussels Airlines will begin non-stop service on June 18 from Brussels to Washington, D.C. its second U.S. destination in little more than a year, part of a concerted long-haul expansion strategy. The airline says it picked Washington D.C. for its second transatlantic route because of the large market demand for flights between the U.S. and European capitals.

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The airline launched the weekly Boeing 747-400F freighter service from Singapore’s Changi International Airport to Viracopos-Campinas International Airport in Brazil’s Sao Paulo state on August 16.

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From June 23, Singapore Airlines’ customers from the Belgian city of Brussels can fly to Singapore and beyond via three European hubs through a codeshare agreement with SIA’s Star Alliance partner Brussels Airlines.

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Air Canada and its regional-airline partners are introducing new services to seven more American cities, fortifying Air Canada’s Toronto hub and strengthening its position as the airline which operates the most daily flights between Canada and the United States.

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Brussels Airlines expects to expand its already-extensive services to Africa, a move which would bring additional connecting possibilities for Star Alliance passengers at its growing hub at Brussels Airport.

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Brussels Airlines’ induction into the Star Alliance on December 9, 2009 may not have brought the heft of recent inductee Continental Airlines, but it brings the alliance some exceedingly valuable assets.

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Singapore Airlines Cargo has begun a weekly eastbound Boeing 747-400 freighter service to Atlanta. The flight from Singapore is routed via Hong Kong, Anchorage and Los Angeles, and the return flight is via Brussels and Sharjah.

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United Airlines will inaugurate its first-ever service to Africa in 2010, as well as extending its existing daily Washington Dulles-Kuwait flight to include Bahrain and offering a new non-stop flight between Chicago and Brussels.

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Air Canada plans to introduce year-round nonstop service between Montréal-Trudeau International Airport and Brussels Airport, with same-plane service continuing to and from Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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