The ribbon and cake for Jetairfly’s new route from Brussels to Ponta Delgada in the Azores were cut by Arnaud Feist, CEO Brussels Airport; Elie Bruyninckx, CEO Jetair; and Luc De Ketelaere, Azores Convention & Visitors Bureau’s sales and marketing representative Benelux.
The crew operating Jetairfly’s first flight from Brussels Charleroi to Nice celebrated with the airport’s Commercial Director Aviation, PR & Communication David Gering and Aviation Executive Ingrid Tahon – and with macarons in the French colours.
- Jetairfly, the Belgian airline in TUI group, in the last week launched two new routes to the Mediterranean from Brussels Charleroi (CRL), a domestic route within France and a new service to the Azores from Brussels (BRU). From the Belgian capital’s main airport, Jetairfly launched two weekly flights to Ponta Delgada (PDL) on 2 April. The seasonal route will operate with 737-700s until 8 October. From the Belgian low-cost airport at Charleroi, the leisure airline began operating to Nice (NCE) in southern France on 30 March. Flights then continue to Paris Vatry (XCR), the airport in France’s Champagne region that anna.aero reported from last week. On both routes, the two weekly operations will increase to three a week during July and August. The following day, Jetairfly also launched three weekly flights to Palma del Mallorca (PMI), competing with Ryanair’s five flights a week on the same route.