We have a group of piliticians and scientists running scared at the moment becuase they know that in the hopefuly near future theyThe UK has followed an after the horses bolted approach to closing down aviation. The World Health Organisation has made it clear, stopping flights early on in a pandemic only delays the progress of the disease by a couple of weeks. It doesn't stop it.
The likelihood is that a lifting of restrictions to neighbouring countries such as the EU block would make little or no difference to the UK whatsoever.
The idea that by closing airports will mean we're somehow safe is the equivalent of locking the burglar inside your home.
I agree with that on the whole except when you have multiple hundreds of thousands of people currently with the disease and you have no idea of "where the burglar is". So in effect having restrictions being imposed at this stage is pointless.At least one knows where the burglar is and can isolate the mug with that said I would prefer a strict lockdown to remain until safety permits otherwise, less opportunity for confusion by the media. I would not be best pleased if I contracted Covid following a limited loosening of restrictions and by someone that considered self interest more important..
Yes Brussels Airlines is part of the Lufthansa group.Are BRUSSELS part of Lufthansa group, the entity that has accepted a bailout by the German government? May be Brussels Airlines will maintain service.
I still think of them as SABENA.
Brussels Airlines are downsizing to a fleet of 38, so BHX have done well to keep them !I would think BHX management have more pressing problems at the moment othet than chasing one off cargo flights.
Like trying to salvage some of the network they had before the crisis.
I see Brussels Airlines have announced their planed timetable comencing next month.
BHX is not on it. That is 45! European destinations they regard as better options than BHX.
A fair indication of where BHX's position is in the pecking order at the moment..