Interesting. But which new chinese destination ? And Latam or Avianca could fly BRU ?Atlantis wrote: ↑11 Jan 2019, 19:13Dear JOVAN,
The number of Transfer pax was indeed status quo when we compare to last year. This was due to the fact that Brussels Airlines offered less flights. We saw this effect during a lot of months
Bangkok will normally stay at the same frequency as the carrier upgraded to the A350
Hongkong is sth to keep an eye on it. In March 2019 it will be one year that Cathay is flying to BRU. So let's see what they will decide.
The Chinese destinations will normally stay at the same level or even a new destination could be from an other carrier than Hainan.
India will be again a black dot which is really a pitty. LH is also not allowing AI to fly to BRU as they want to have this traffic for their own. It will be in 2019 or 2020 that other possibilities has to be checked bcs this traffic is needed
Latin America is still in the scope with a few carriers from there. It will be more clear in terms of months. Cargo between Belgium and South America is very good and even with not full pax planes it could be profitable for them bcs it is high value cargo
AMS AND LHR are full. Both can only grow in number of pax by changing into bigger planes but not everybody is doing this.
From that point of view is a very huge potential bcs during the latest council in the Netherlands, this week, is also against a limited grow of AMS.
So, for many reasons, 2019 will be very interesting
If I read correctly, LH did not allow AI to fly BRU ????? Thx...