As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the airline industry worldwide is experiencing an unprecedented crisis. Brussels Airlines has announced a new measure.
Brussels Airlines has announced the removal of eight destinations until March 31, 2021. These eight cities are Seville, Valencia, Bristol, Hanover, Moscow, Billund, Marrakech and Santorini.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the world’s airline industry is in an unprecedented crisis, pinning hundreds of planes to the ground and forcing an almost complete halt to passenger operations.
The German aeronautical group Lufthansa, parent company of Brussels Airlines, expects a significant drop in air traffic after the coronavirus crisis. Lufthansa’s board of directors decided on Tuesday to take comprehensive measures to reduce long-term flight capacity.
The restructuring at Brussels Airlines will be “intensified” as well as at Austrian Airlines, another subsidiary. Flight operations are suspended at Germanwings, the German low-cost subsidiary.