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Looping
2 november 2006, 08:55
Extrait de "Flight International"

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Belgian full-service carrier SN Brussels Airlines and low-fares compatriot
Virgin Express are preparing to disclose the brand name under which the
airlines will jointly operate, amid strong indications that they will
resurrect the name ‘Sabena’.
A senior source close to the two carriers has informed Flight that the
Sabena brand – the name of the former Belgian flag-carrier, which collapsed
in 2001, and from which SN Brussels emerged – is to be used for the merged
airline.
SN Brussels and Virgin Express have not confirmed this plan and the
companies have so far declined to comment on the name to be used for the
combined carriers’ operations.

The two airlines are scheduled to hold a press briefing next month to detail
their strategy.
SN Brussels Airlines previously operated as a regional division of Sabena
under the name Delta Air Transport.
""

(S)uch (A) (B)loody (E)xperience (N)ever (A)gain qu'ils disaient :)


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Looping

D'Iberville
2 november 2006, 12:45
Looping a écrit :
> Extrait de "Flight International"
>
> ""
> Belgian full-service carrier SN Brussels Airlines and low-fares compatriot
> Virgin Express are preparing to disclose the brand name under which the
> airlines will jointly operate, amid strong indications that they will
> resurrect the name ‘Sabena’.
> A senior source close to the two carriers has informed Flight that the
> Sabena brand – the name of the former Belgian flag-carrier, which collapsed
> in 2001, and from which SN Brussels emerged – is to be used for the merged
> airline.
> SN Brussels and Virgin Express have not confirmed this plan and the
> companies have so far declined to comment on the name to be used for the
> combined carriers’ operations.
>
> The two airlines are scheduled to hold a press briefing next month to detail
> their strategy.
> SN Brussels Airlines previously operated as a regional division of Sabena
> under the name Delta Air Transport.
> ""
>
> (S)uch (A) (B)loody (E)xperience (N)ever (A)gain qu'ils disaient :)

Raté :

"Le nouveau nom de la compagnie aérienne issue de la fusion de SN
Brussels Airlines et de Virgin Express était un secret bien gardé dans
le monde aéronautique belge. Tellement bien gardé qu'il n'était connu
que par « quelques personnes », qui, précaution supplémentaire, avaient
signé un document garantissant leur silence... sous peine d'amende.

Cette prudence de sioux laissait donc présager une petite révolution. Il
n'en sera rien. La compagnie aérienne issue de la fusion de SN Brussels
Airlines et de Virgin Express s'appellera tout simplement Brussels
Airlines. L'information nous a été confirmée * plusieurs sources dignes
de foi, au sein de la compagnie".
http://www.lesoir.be/actualite/economie/2006/11/02/article_hermes_490104.shtml


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