NATO Summit: travellers urged to take precautions in going to Brussels AirportWednesday, 11 July 2018 19:10
“Access to the airport will be very complicated, not only because of the closure of certain roads leading to it, such as the A201, but also because the 50-odd delegations taking part in the summit are coming in and leaving through the airport,” said a spokeswoman of the Brussels Airport Company.
A 48-hour strike by the Independent Union of Railway Workers, SIC, has also reduced train traffic considerably. The national railway company, SNCB, estimated that only 1 in 3 trains were in circulation on Wednesday.
Travellers are invited to take precautions to be able to reach Zaventem, the spokeswoman said.
The Brussels Times
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