Brussels Airlines sees cargo load factor rise

Brussels Airlines’ September 2017 freight volumes increased year on year, the airline has stated.
The cargo load factor rose by 13.9 percentage points; revenue ton-km (RTK) was up 15.8%, while capacity as measured in available ton-km (ATK) increased by 9.1%.
Brussels Airlines will expand its network this winter with new destinations and additional frequencies on existing sectors. Among the locations receiving extra flights are Mumbai, Abidjan and Accra. Washington DC will be suspended until March 19 next year.

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