Restart: Hainan Airlines connects Brussels and Shanghai

Airbus A350-900 (Photo: N509FZ).
Airbus A350-900 (Photo: N509FZ).

Restart: Hainan Airlines connects Brussels and Shanghai

Airbus A350-900 (Photo: N509FZ).
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Hainan Airlines has taken a significant step by ceremoniously resuming its direct flight between Brussels Airport and Shanghai (Pudong). The announcement was made at a ceremony that brought together high-ranking officials such as Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport, Minister Counsellor Wu Gang of the Chinese Embassy in Belgium and Li Meng, General Manager of the Hainan Airlines Brussels Office. This direct air bridge between Belgium and China will operate four times a week and promises a convenient travel option between the two metropolises.

Arnaud Feist underlined the importance of this new link for strengthening economic and cultural relations between the two countries. He stressed that the direct connection to Shanghai will not only promote mobility between the major cities, but will also promote cultural exchanges and economic cooperation. Ministerial Counsellor Wu Gang stressed that this initiative is proof of the growing and deepening relations between Belgium and China, from which both countries will benefit.

Hainan Airlines' Li Meng was pleased with the resumption of the route, highlighting the improved travel experience for passengers and the increasing demand for flights between Europe and China. The connection will be offered not only through traditional booking channels, but also through digital platforms such as Hainan Airlines' official website, app, WeChat account and Mini Program to ensure seamless booking.

In addition to the direct connection itself, the event also highlighted the importance of the new visa-free entry policy that China has introduced for nationals of 13 countries, including many European nations. This measure is intended to facilitate international travel and strengthen the tourism sector by improving accessibility for travelers.

Looking ahead, Hainan Airlines plans to expand its international and regional flight connections to meet growing demand. As the only SKYTRAX five-star airline in mainland China, Hainan Airlines remains committed to setting the highest standards in the aviation industry and providing its customers with safe and comfortable flight experiences.

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