Air Belgium (2nd) operated its first flight to Hong Kong on June 3, 2018.
The airline also announced the acquisition of the Russian overflight permit, allowing it to fly through Russian airspace.
The airline continued;
Given the impact of the delayed launch, Air Belgium has been forced to adapt the frequency of its flights to Hong Kong during the launch phase. The company will offer two flights per week in June, followed by three per week from July onward and, finally, four per week from October onward.
Meanwhile, we’re working hard to have the third plane ready by the end of June and are preparing the first flights to Mainland China, which are expected to launch in the coming months.
Copyright Photo: Air Belgium (2nd) Airbus A340-313 OO-ABA (msn 835) CDG (Manuel Negrerie). Image: 942240.
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