Air Belgium suspends flights to the French West Indies until March 1, 2021

Air Belgium (2nd) has made this announcement:

The recent decisions of the Belgian government announced late on January 22, 2021 confirmed the travel ban, except for essential reasons. These new measures unfortunately force us to temporarily suspend our flights to and from the French West Indies from January 30 until  March 1, 2021.

Therefore, we would like to inform you of the following.

– Our flights scheduled from January 26th to 29th will be operated.

– Our passengers who were scheduled to travel on our routes between January 30 and  March 1 can of course postpone their trip free of charge to a later date and under the same conditions or be reimbursed (For a period of one year from the original planned travel date and within the same seasonality).

– Our flights are suspended from January 30 until March 1, 2021. Our passengers who have a scheduled return flight to Belgium or the French West Indies after January 30 will be redirected to another airline.

We would like to bring to your attention that from January 27 until March 1 travel for recreational/tourist purposes to/from Belgium is no longer permitted. Passengers must be able to justify their travel for an essential reason (…/le-comite-de-concertation-se-pro…).

In view of the number of people to be accommodated, we deal with changes individually and in order of priority based on the closest dates. We thank you for your understanding and patience.

Although the return to a settled situation is taking longer than we all hoped for, we remain optimistic and determined to resume our operations as soon as possible. We thank you again for your trust and wish you to stay healthy and enjoy the good times.

We look forward to seeing you soon,

The Air Belgium team