JOHANNESBURG, 14 July 2023 – Air Belgium announced its new flight programme from Belgium to South Africa and Mauritius for the upcoming 2024 summer season. Between March and October next year, the Belgian airline will be operating:
- 2 weekly frequencies (Wednesday and Sunday) between Brussels and Johannesburg/Cape Town from 31/03 to 23/10/2024*
- 2 weekly frequencies (Tuesday and Friday) between Brussels and Mauritius from 02/04 to 25/10/2024**
Thanks to the extension of Air Belgium’s interline agreements, including the recent new contract with Air Mauritius, passengers will also be able to connect to/from:
- 17 domestic destinations in South Africa and 29 other regional destinations in Southern Africa
- 3 destinations in the Indian Ocean (Reunion, Madagascar, and Rodrigues)
An improved schedule to Mauritius for winter 2023/2024
In addition, Air Belgium is improving its schedules to Mauritius for winter 2023/2024. This adjustment will enable passengers to fly overnight twice a week from Brussels on Tuesdays and Fridays, and benefit from more convenient arrival and return times. From 31 October 2023, BRU-MRU (Brussels Airport-Mauritius) flight will take off at 16:40 (instead of 09:05), arriving at 7:30 (instead of 23:55). MRU-BRU flight will take off at 09:00 (instead of 01:25), arriving at 18:00 (instead of 10:25).
Passengers who have already booked their flights for this period have been contacted to confirm acceptance of the new flight schedule.
* Except from 21/04 to 23/06/24, when only one flight a week will be operated to Johannesburg, every Sunday.
** Except from 10/04 to 06/05/2024, from 14/05 to 01/07/2024 and from 03/09 to 14/10/2024, when only one flight a week will be operated, every Friday.
For further information and bookings, please visit Air Belgium’s official website www.airbelgium.com.
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About Air Belgium
Air Belgium SA is a company governed by Belgian law, with its headquarters situated in Mont-Saint-Guibert in Walloon Brabant. The operations of Air Belgium are based on three pillars: long-haul passenger flights at competitive prices for business and leisure travellers, cargo flights, and flights for many prestigious foreign companies, tour operators, cruise companies, and Belgian and foreign governments (ACMI/Wet Lease). For passenger flights, Air Belgium offers direct intercontinental flights departing from Belgium, with a strong Belgian identity felt through all its ground and on-board services. Air Belgium operates its flights from the main Belgian airports: Brussels Airport (Zaventem), Brussels Charleroi Airport, and Liège Airport.