Air Belgium CEO Niki Terzakis is delighted with the company's new shareholder (49%), Hongyuan China.

New planes, new shareholders, new destinations, Air Belgium is taking a new dimension in this Covid exit. Niky Terzakis specifically targets South Africa.

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TheThe Belgian airline is coming out of the pandemic quite differently. The company no longer only operates passenger flights departing from Charleroi but also from Brussels, has expanded its destinations in the Caribbean, developed a flight business, welcomed a new shareholder from the Chinese minority, renewed its entire fleet … and soon it will be flying to South Africa. First direct flight since… Sabina’s bankruptcy. Niky Terzakis, CEO of the company, details the new life of his company and soon-to-be 500 employees.

Air Belgium has renewed its Asian shareholders with a major Chinese player in cargo transportation…

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