On Friday, Brussels-based Air Belgium announced that it would not start flying to Guadeloupe and Martinique again until at least the 3rd of June. On its website, the niche airline released a statement carried by the Brussels Times saying that it had reconsidered its plan to resume operations to the West Indies for May 2nd. However, it is now pushing back its plans by a further month.
“After analysis and in view of the latest developments in Belgium and Europe and in the world in general, it appears to us that the conditions will unfortunately not be met for a resumption of our flights to the West Indies on 2 May 2020,” -Air Belgium
According to the statement, all passengers who had already made reservations for flights in May have now been contacted via email by the airline. For any passengers who have bought tickets through a travel agency or tour operator, Air Belgium is asking them to contact the travel companies directly.
Culled from Simple Flying