brussels airlines Selected African Market Changes in W11

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As per 21SEP11 GDS timetable display, brussels airlines is adjusting service to selected African Destinations in Winter 2011/12 season, effective 30OCT11.

Affected destinations includes: Abidjan, Accra, Bamako, Cotonou, Lome, Monrovia and Ouagadougou:

Abidjan Increase from 3 to 4 weekly
Monrovia Service maintains 3 weekly with new operational pattern
2 weekly Brussels – Monrovia – Abidjan – Brussels (SN245; Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly)
1 weekly Brussels – Abidjan – Monrovia – Brussels (SN247; New routing)
1 weekly Brussels – Abidjan – Lome – Brussels (SN251)

Accra Reduce from 4 to 3 weekly
Bamako Service Remains 2 weekly
1 weekly Brussels – Accra – Lome – Brussels (SN277; Replace existing 2 weekly service in opposite direction)
2 weekly Brussels – Bamako – Accra (SN273/274)

Lome Existing 2 weekly Brussels – Lome – Accra – Brussels service replaced by:
1 weekly Brussels – Abidjan – Lome – Brussels (SN251)
1 weekly Brussels – Accra – Lome – Brussels (SN277)

Cotonou Service Remains 2 weekly
Ouagadougou Service Remains 2 weekly
2 weekly Brussels – Ouagadougou – Cotonou (SN263/264)

Schedules as follows:

SN245 BRU1200 – 1800ROB1910 – 2030ABJ2145 – 0525+1BRU 333 37
SN247 BRU1215 – 1755ABJ1910 – 2030ROB2140 – 0515+1BRU 333 5
SN251 BRU1310 – 1850ABJ2005 – 2120LFW2230 – 0555+1BRU 333 1
SN273 BRU1040 – 1545BKO1635 – 1835ACC 333 37
SN274 ACC1945 – 2150BKO2250 – 0545+1BRU 333 37
SN277 BRU1245 – 1825ACC1935 – 2020LFW2130 – 0455+1BRU 333 5

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