The report leaked to the press which led to the resignation of Belgian Transport Minister Jacqueline Galant is “irrelevant” and does not reflect safety practices in place at Brussels Airprort at the time of the attacks on 22 March, says Airports […]
The re-start of operations at Brussels Airport after the attacks of 22 March has been further complicated by industrial action by air traffic controllers in Belgium leading to a number of flight delays and cancellations. Both Brussels Zaventem and Charleroi […]
In its latest update, Brussels Airport has announced that an “extensive analysis of the terminal infrastructure and of the various possible scenarios for a partial recommencement” of activities has lead it to conclude that a “restart” of normal operations in the short term is not possible due to the “devastated infrastructure”.
The airport will, however proceed to test operational scenarios of the various processes which could support a “partial restart” of airport services.
“Brussels Airport began erecting temporary constructions last Thursday. These include the additional security measures that are being implemented at all Belgian airports on the orders of the government,” the airports announcement states.
Brussels Airport has once again extended its date for reopening stating it will be no sooner than Tuesday the 29 of March. The airport administration also updated on its process of damage assessment. Late Friday, the airport got clearance for a […]
In the aftermath of what began as a horrifying week, Brussels Airport has announced that it will remain closed through and including March 27. Brussels Airlines, meanwhile, has begun offering flights at nearby secondary airports.
This has been a heartbreaking morning in Europe with news of the attacks on Brussels Airport and the Brussels Metro Station.
I only have words to express solidarity with the people of Belgium, and my deepest condolences to all affected.