Brussels Airlines launches new route to Bamako in Mali from Brussels

Brussels Airlines further expanded its African network out of its Brussels (BRU) hub. The Star Alliance airline now flies twice-weekly to Bamako (BKO), the capital of Mali in West Africa and the airline’s 19th destination in Sub-Saharan Africa. Flights are operated with 284-seat A330-300s. This makes Brussels Airport the seventh European airport to be connected with Bamako, while Brussels Airlines becomes the sixth airline to serve Bamako from Europe after Air France, TAP Portugal, Aigle Azur, Spanair and Air Mali.



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