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BRUSSELS Airlines Moves Euro flights from Brussels to nearby airports

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Belgium Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Boardingarea

Due to the closing of Brussels Airport (BRU) due to terrorist bombings, Brussels Airlines is moving a majority of their European schedule to nearby airports to help passengers get to their destinations and reduce disruptions as much as possible for March 24 and March 25.   Most passengers who were originally scheduled to fly to or from ‘BRU’ within Brussels Airlines European network have been automatically rebooked to fly from either Liege or Antwerp.   In addition, Brussels Airlines is allowing passengers to cancel or rebook their tickets at no cost (info available in the link provided below).

Because of size limitations at Liege or Antwerp, not every SN flight will operate between now and Friday.   It does appear however, that about 2/3rds of their schedule will be carried out.

‘SN’ has published a helpful page that lists all of the Euro flights for Thursday and Friday and which airport the flights will operate from.

According to Brussels Airport, ‘BRU’ will remain closed through at least Friday, March 26.   They will of course provide updates should the date need to be changed.



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