THE SUITE offers new levels of care and comfort to passengers / © Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines opens new lounge at Kinshasa Airport

Brussels Airlines has opened a state-of-the-art lounge for its Business Class passengers at the N’Djili International Airport in Kinshasa, the capital of DR Congo. “With the opening of our very first own lounge in Africa, we further strengthen our footprint in Africa and confirm our commitment to the continent,” said the airline in a statement.

The lounge, called THE SUITE, was inaugurated on 12 May in the presence of ministers and other dignitaries. The facility, according to the airline, offers new levels of care, comfort and innovation, as well as more space to refresh, relax and work.

According to Brussels Airlines, a range of snacks and beverages will be available throughout the day at the lounge, which also offers passengers a quiet and comfortable environment in which to relax or work. Moreover, tablets are available for the use of guests.

Brussels Airlines offers seven weekly flights to Kinshasa.

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