More flight options for you when traveling between Brussels and Moscow
The cooperation between Aeroflot and Brussels Airlines is one of the highlights of airline news today which will give new airline offers by bringing more flight options and flexibility for us when traveling between Brussels and Moscow.[caption id="attachment_28454" align="aligncenter" width="563"] Aeroflot and Brussels Airlines signed a codeshare agreement / Ph: Pexels@Janiere Fernandez[/caption]
Some airline news today
Aeroflot and Brussels Airlines signed a codeshare agreement. The purpose of this agreement is to provide customers with more flight options and flexibility when traveling between Brussels and Moscow. Tickets for new deal flights are on sale.
Sheremetyevo International Airport, is a great choice for both business and leisure travelers to the Russian capital and close to downtown Moscow.
Brussels Airlines moved its operations in Moscow to Sheremetyevo in June.
In fact, their co-operation allows travelers to fly from Moscow easily to connect with the entire Brussels Airlines network, while travelers from Brussels will enjoy better connections to the Russian capital and its global routes. Alternatively, passengers can check their luggage at the departure airport and get them back at their final destination via check-in.
Malaga had been on Etihad's wish list for some time and they were ready to offer summer season services to the Costa del Sol, a region which for decades has been popular with travellers from across the UAE. This would be the only service between the UAE and the main gateway to Andalucía.
Apart from Madrid and Barcelona, Malaga will be Etihad's third destination in Spain, further promoting its operations to the Iberian Peninsula. The number of visitors from the UAE to Spain is increasing, thanks in part to the successful Schengen visa exemption program introduced to UAE citizens in 2015.
Malaga, where famous as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, is the main entry point for tourists visiting Andalucía. After Barcelona, Malaga is the second most crowded tourist port on the Iberian Peninsula.