Flights at Brussels airport not to resume before Tuesday

Brussels airport says on Saturday it will not resume passenger flights before Tuesday, following a judicial investigation into the terrorist attacks at the airport.

Brussels Airport Company says it is working on a temporary solution to partially resume flights amid new security measures imposed by the Belgian government.

The airport has granted access to a team of engineers to assess damage to the terminal building where two bombs were detonated on Tuesday.

Last update: Sat, 26/03/2016 - 11:12

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