Brussels Airlines is confirming its reputation as an expert on Africa and increasing its range of flights to Africa this winter. Brussels Airlines offers a total of 17 destinations in East, West and Central Africa. Daily connections to Accra and Banjul are now available from Brussels, as well as six weekly flights to Lomé. In addition, in winter 2018, the airline will operate three of its seven weekly flights to Dakar as non-stop flights.
As an Africa specialist, the Belgian airline offers business travellers first-class services at selected African airports. For example, passengers can take advantage of the time-saving, full-service city check-in service and exclusive Africa lounges.
Brussels Airlines’ connections to Accra, Banjul and Lomé at a glance:
Daily non-stop service to Accra (ACC)
- BRU 11:10–16:55 ACC with SN 277 (Thursdays SN 289)
- ACC 23:25–07:00 BRU with SN 278 (Thursdays SN 290)
Daily – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays non-stop and Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays via Dakar – to Banjul (BJL)
- BRU 12:05–17:35 BJL on Tues., Thurs., Sun. with SN 223
- BRU 11:25–18:35 BJL on Mon., Weds., Fri., Sat. with SN 203
- BJL 23:25–06:35 BRU on Tues., Thurs., Sun. with SN 224
- BJL 20:20–05:05 BRU on Mon., Weds., Fri., Sat. with SN 204
6 times a week – Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays – via Accra to Lomé (LFW)
- BRU 11:10–18:45 LFW with SN 277
- LFW 21:35–07:00 BRU with SN 278
All flights will be operated by an Airbus 330. This twin-engine, long-haul jet offers space and comfort with 30 Business Class and 256 Economy Class seats.