TORONTO — The news reports coming in from Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands are heartbreaking, and the images even more so.
BRUSSELS — With 12 weekly flights to and from Bristol and 6 weekly flights to and from Hanover, Brussels Airlines has re-launched the routes that were previously operated by wet lease partner Flybmi.
Both Hanover and Bristol are important routes in the airline’s network as well as for connecting passengers. Together with Star Alliance partner Air Canada, Brussels Airlines offers flights out of both Toronto and Montreal.
Starting Sept. 1, Brussels Airlines will connect Brussels with Bristol and Hanover five times a week.
As from Oct. 27 the airline will increase its flight frequencies to Bristol to 12 times weekly and to Hanover to six times a week.
Brussels Airlines’ Belgium stopover option offers stopover privileges from one to five days. Passengers can customize their stopover by picking two cities from a list of 14, plus activities.