Brussels Airlines Gets Lifeline After Lufthansa, Belgium Reach Deal

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Brussels Airlines is restructuring its fleet, reducing its number of aircraft from 54 to 38.
Credit: Nigel Howarth / Aviation Week
The Belgian Federal Government and Lufthansa have negotiated an agreement that secures the near-term future of Brussels Airlines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The stabilization package includes €290 million ($336 million) from the Belgian government and €170 million from parent Lufthansa, according to...

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