From next month, Brussels Airlines will link Brussels Airport and Kinshasa N’Djili Airport five times per week, Aviation24.be learned from a booking engine. The additional – and direct – flight is scheduled every Wednesday and will launch on 3 April. According to news agency Belga, the airline plans to increase to 6 weekly and daily by the end of 2019.
The airline is gradually reinstating its daily flight to Kinshasa. After the diplomatic crisis in February last year, the Congolese civil aviation authorities reduced the daily Brussels Airlines flight to Kinshasa to only 4 flights per week.
Currently, Brussels Airlines links the two capitals on Monday and Saturday (direct flight) and on Thursday and Sunday (via Luanda, Angola).
Earlier, member “airbuske” wrote in the forum:
Brussels Airlines will fly 5 times a week as from April 2019
SN357 –3—- BRU 11:15 FIH 18:15
SN358 –3—- FIH 20:15 BRU 05:15
Brussels Airlines will fly 6 times a week as from July 2019
SN359 -2—– BRU 10:35 LAD 18:10
SN359 -2—– LAD 19:10 FIH 20:20
SN359 -2—– FIH 21:50 BRU 06:45
Brussels Airlines will fly 7 times a week as from October 2019
SN357 —-5– BRU 11:15 FIH 18:15
SN358 —-5– FIH 20:15 BRU 05:15