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The Belgian airline returns to our island from this Wednesday, December 16, at the rate of two flights per week.
Air Belgium returns to our island today On Wednesday. It will connect Charleroi/Brussels airport to Martinique Aimé-Césaire International Airport, with two flights per week (Wednesdays and Saturdays). The arrival will take place at 3:15 p.m. in Martinique.
This resumption coincided with the end of the confinement and the lifting of the compelling reasons for travelling to Martinique.
Initially, it was supposed to take place in October but had to be postponed due to the health crisis.
In December 2019, Air Belgium launched its route between Belgium and the French West Indies with a 265-seat Airbus A340.
In compliance with the rules in force
Interrupted in March because of the pandemic, revived during the period of the big holidays, and then stopped at the end of the holidays, the link can now resume.
To reassure and encourage potential travellers, Air Belgium has put in place incentives, until 31 December: change of date facilitated and full refund,” says the Martiniquais Tourism Committee.
He added that the company applies the rules in force to limit the spread of COVID-19.
At all stages of the traveller’s journey, it is requested the presentation of a negative RT-PCR test carried out within 72 hours before departure for Martinique, the wearing of the mask throughout the flight, the disinfection of the aircraft.