Start-up airline Air Belgium hopes to have flights to seven destinations operating by this fall, CEO Niky Terzakis told Aviation Daily, as the carrier readies its first flight from Brussels South Charleroi Airport to Hong Kong at the end of April and looks ahead to longer-term fleet expansion plans. The carrier has been set up with backing from China’s largest travel agency, UTour, which expects to feed it with passengers, said an industry source in China familiar with the ...

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