Air Belgium (KF, Brussels Charleroi) is planning to resume scheduled operations on March 31, 2019, with a 3x weekly service between Brussels Charleroi and Hong Kong Int'l.

The carrier has already launched ticket sales via its website. Flights will be operated with A340-300 equipment.

Air Belgium suspended its flights to Hong Kong on October 1, 2018, citing the non-fulfilment of obligations regarding pricing and traffic volume by its Chinese tour operator partner Utour. Subsequently, the airline touted flying to mainland China, specifically eyeing Zhengzhou. Although it inked a Letter of Intent with the government of the Henan province, so far the flights have not been launched.

During the Winter 2018/9 season, Air Belgium focusses on ACMI and charter services with its fleet of four A340-300s. One quadjet is currently wet-leased to British Airways (BA, London Heathrow) for London Heathrow-Dubai Int'l services, while the other three are parked.