A Sweet Surprise Awaits Business class passengers on Brussels Airlines’ Long-Haul Flights.
The Belgian carrier, part of Lufthansa Group flies to several West African destinations including Conakry (Guinea) and Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) and only recently increased its capacity to East Africa with Bujumbura (Burundi) becoming its latest destination in the region.
The airline has reintroduced a delightful treat for its passengers, after a temporary pause due to the pandemic, the airline is once again collaborating with renowned chocolatier Neuhaus to offer an indulgent experience to travelers.
Business class passengers can now look forward to receiving a luxurious gift box filled with 12 delectable Belgian chocolates.
The partnership between Brussels Airlines and Neuhaus spans over two decades, rooted in shared values of quality, passion, and customer satisfaction.
The reintroduction of the chocolate gift boxes signifies the airlines’ commitment to delivering an authentic Belgian experience and promoting the essence of ‘belgitude.’ the airline says.
In addition to the in-flight offering, passengers visiting ‘THE LOFT by Brussels Airlines and Lexus’ lounge at Brussels Airport can witness the artistry of Neuhaus’ master chocolatier, Eric Lauwers. Guests can enjoy a unique chocolate experience, observing the creation of exquisite pralines firsthand.