Brussels Zaventem remains closed week after terrorist attack

Brussels Zaventem remains closed week after terrorist attack

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Brussels Zaventem airport remained closed today a week after being targeted by terrorist attacks.

The bombings at the airport and on the city’s metro system killed 35 people and injured more than 300.

All easyJet flights due to sue Brussels will continue to operate to Lille in France until tomorrow (Wednesday) at least.

Ryanair services are operating to Brussels Charleroi airport while Zaventem remains shut.

British Airways passengers booked to Brussels have been offered the option of flying to Liege.

“We are keeping the situation regarding flights from Wednesday 30 March under regular review and are awaiting more information from the authorities in Belgium,” the airline said.

The latest statement on the airport’s website said: “In the past few days, Brussels airport has made an extensive analysis of the terminal infrastructure and of the various possible scenarios for a partial recommencement of its activities.

“When this partial restart will take place is not yet decided.”

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