Brussels Airlines has begun replacing seven leased aircraft in its Airbus A330-family long-haul fleet with secondhand A330-300s the Lufthansa Group subsidiary decided to acquire last year. The transaction “is the most substantial investment made in the 16-year long history of Brussels Airlines,” the Belgian flag carrier said in a statement. “In addition, it’s the first time ever that the airline operates its long-haul flights with aircraft that are owned by the ...

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