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Brussels Airlines returns to Washington DC

Brussels Airlines returns to Washington DC

Brussels Airlines has commenced a determined marketing and sales drive to support their return to Washington DC, which will, come March 29, again be served five times a week. The airline’s four East African destinations Entebbe, Kigali, Bujumbura, and Nairobi will all see special offers being launched as of today, offering a convenient through service from these airport via Brussels to DC.

While it is unlikely that passengers will be able to make the acquaintance of Olivia Pope, they will nevertheless be landing at the cener of political power in America and, apart from doing their business have the opportunity to visit many landmarks otherwise only seen on television.

The White House is normally open for tours upon prior arrangements but other landmark buildings like the Capitol, the Supreme Court, the Washington and Lincoln memorials, are open to explore and take in the history. Museums galore await visitors including the Smithsonian, and a trip to Arlington to see the burial site for many of America’s fallen heroes should be on a visiting program, too. A little further away from the capital, visitors can explore the sites of the Civil War, as well as sites of the War of Independence, while a number of national parks in Virginia, West Virginia, and other nearby states offer great outdoor holidays for those keen on discovering more than just concrete jungles.

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