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Fallout Continues After Flybmi Collapse

Passengers, travel agencies and airlines are picking up the pieces after the dramatic failure of Flybmi last week. The East Midlands-based airline operated 17 aircraft on routes between 25 European cities, employing 376 people in the UK, Belgium, Germany and

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A Fresh Role for Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is to play a pivotal role in expanding Eurowings Group’s long-haul operations under newly defined terms issued by the Belgian carrier’s German parent. Announcing the move, the Eurowings Group said the Belgian airline “will spur further growth” by

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Air Belgium Edges Closer

Air Belgium has secured its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), paving the way for its first commercial services.  Announcing its approval by Belgium’s Direction générale Transport aérien (DGTA) on March 13, the Mont-Saint-Guibert-headquartered start-up said it hopes to launch revenue flights

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