Major airlines move to tap into hub dream


By: Dominick Andoh

Brussels Airlines is set to announce an interline partnership with Africa World Airline (AWA) on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, AviationGhana sources have revealed.

The agreement will serve to benefit the travelling public and deepen air connectivity within the sub-region, following similar partnerships by the indigenous airline with four other major carriers.

The partnership will also mean that passengers travelling from WA, Tamale, Kumasi, Accra and Takoradi to any of the destinations served by Brussels, can check-in their luggage at their respective domestic airports and pick them up at their final destination in the about 120 countries served  by Brussels Airlines.

This creates more convenience for travelers as they wouldn’t have  to check in their bags again when they arrive at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) bound for any of the destinations served by Brussels. (Source: AviationGhana)



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