Brussels Airlines is investing in its position in the African market. On Jan. 7, 2019, the carrier will add three extra flights per week to Banjul (Gambia) and will operate three out of the seven weekly frequencies to Dakar (Senegal) as a direct flight, without a stop in another African airport (the other four flights during the week will have stops.) At the same time, the airline has ceased its operations to and from Mumbai but continues to offer customers travel options to that city from several European cities through its Lufthansa Group partners. The carrier is also adding several European destinations. In October, it will begin flying to Kiev four times a week and in February it will begin a three-times-weekly service to Wroclaw, Poland. Brussels is also investing in its equipment by redoing the cabins of its 10 Airbus A330 aircraft, launching a new Business Class, a renewed Economy Class and for the first time a Premium Economy Class. The first refurbished aircraft will be ready in December.