Brussels Airlines has temporarily suspended all flights to and from Banjul due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The temporary suspension will be from Saturday March 21 to Sunday April 19. The airline has also suspended flights to all its African destinations due to travel restrictions. 

A statement from the Belgian airlines said:

“The decision to temporarily suspend all flights been taken following the measures imposed by different authorities, such as the travel advice of the Belgian authorities, which Brussels Airlines fully understands, and the increasing number of national authorities in Europe and beyond who no longer allow flights to their territory. 

“From 21 March until 19 April included, all flights will be suspended. A continued and extended goodwill policy for customers is in place, offering them the opportunity to reschedule their flights to a later date.

“Passengers on flights that were planned within the next days and are cancelled due to the current extraordinary situation are automatically rebooked.”

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