Cathay Pacific Cargo: 'we need to be agile and open to change'
Cathay Pacific, which wants to expand its reach to South America and Africa, has assured ...
PRESS RELEASE OCTOBER 5
From 13 October onwards Brussels Airport will welcome back the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways. ANA will then resume flights between Tokyo Narita and Brussels Airport. The route will be operated with passenger aircraft that will be used for cargo only. This route will be operated three times a week (Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday) by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which has a 35-ton belly cargo capacity. ANA has been flying to Brussels Airport since 2015. After a temporary suspension of flights due to the current Covid crisis, the direct connection between Belgium and Japan will now be re-established. We hope, together with ANA, to be able to restart passenger flights soon as well.