Brussels Airlines resumes Athens flights in 2014

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Brussels Airlines has revealed a number of route changes for its summer 2014 schedule.

Starting 30 March, the carrier – which is part-owned by Lufthansa – will start four weekly flights from Brussels airport to Corsica. It will fly to Ajaccia, Bastia and Figari on the island.

The carrier will serve Athens thrice-weekly, after it did not fly to Greece at all this year.

Capacity to Tel Aviv will be increased with three additional return flights a week. The airline is currently operating daily flights to the Israeli city, with a second frequency on Sundays.

Flights to the Italian cities of Catania, Palermo, Naples and Florence as well as Faro and Porto in Portugal and Marrakech and Agadir in Morrocco – all of which were already served this summer – will be resumed, although the carrier says that the schedule will be optimised.