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new delta airlines bru-atl-lax

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from 1 nov 2007, the flight dl 125 will be from BRU to LAX, with a stop at atlanta
my source: the timetables delta airlines

and american airline will have the flight aa88 from lax to bru with a technical stop at jfk total time 13H35
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Great!!Finally BRU is linked to LAX!!
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...can"t wait for the non stop flight BRU-LAX on Jet Airways with picking up baggage and going through immigration in LAX.

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Hello,
When is Jet Airways' route BRU-LAX planned to begin?
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Re: new delta airlines bru-atl-lax

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bruworld wrote:from 1 nov 2007, the flight dl 125 will be from BRU to LAX, with a stop at atlanta
my source: the timetables delta airlines

and american airline will have the flight aa88 from lax to bru with a technical stop at jfk total time 13H35
So, Delta AND American will continue their flights out of BRU to LAX?
Surprised to read this. First no flights to LAX, now starting 2 at a time and then 9W to come.

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Even so, immigration control will be at the first landing point in the US. Don't dream too fast about immigration at LAX.
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sn26567 wrote:Even so, immigration control will be at the first landing point in the US. Don't dream too fast about immigration at LAX.
Well, as soon as the 9W flight is operational, it will be hard fact, since there is no stop between BRU and LAX. I think he was meaning it for the 9W flight, not for the virtual 1-stop flights US carriers do all the time. BRU-???-LAX has been listed many times as a single flight number but then you still even had to change planes at ??? (AA BRU-ORD-LAX, UA BRU-IAD-LAX, etc.).

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Hello

That's indeed great news. Since the bankruptcy of VGA Airlines/Delsey there haven't been a BRU-LAX-BRU route anymore. This is a great new thing. Maybe this leaves some room to upgrade the DL 767 into a 777 within several years.

Apart from this good news I do find it a pity that UA has recently (months ago) cancelled their SFO flights from BRU. They only fly to IAD right now.


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Bruspotter wrote:Hello

That's indeed great news. Since the bankruptcy of VGA Airlines/Delsey there haven't been a BRU-LAX-BRU route anymore. This is a great new thing. Maybe this leaves some room to upgrade the DL 767 into a 777 within several years.

Apart from this good news I do find it a pity that UA has recently (months ago) cancelled their SFO flights from BRU. They only fly to IAD right now.


Best regards: Yannick ;)
UA has still a flight UA951 BRU-ORD...but if you look at the timing, you know it stops on the way ! In the case of United, IAD. The true non stop to LAX is going to be 9W !

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