DALLAS – TUI fly Belgium (TB) began flying from Brussels Airport (BRU) to Miami International Airport (MIA) for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic on April 2.
According to an airport press release, TB now operates between the two cities twice a week using the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. With the addition of the TB route, MIA now has direct service to 17 cities in Europe.
A Moroccan Return
Royal Air Maroc (AT) is also set to relaunch a nonstop service with two flights a week between MIA and Casablanca (CMN) on April 10, according to the release.
The CMN route will be the second international route to come back to MIA in April and will represent a return of direct passenger service to the African continent from MIA, according to the release.
The return of nonstop passenger service to BRU and CMN from MIA represents an ever-stronger international portfolio for the Magic City, especially considering that strong cargo connections already exist between BRU and MIA.
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Featured image: TUI fly Belgium’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner registered as OO-JDL. Photo: Alberto Cucini/Airways