Brussels Airport advises passengers to reschedule flights

Friday, 08 February 2019 12:47
Zaventem airport is expecting significant disruptions on 13 February, owing to the national strike. Zaventem airport is expecting significant disruptions on 13 February, owing to the national strike. © Belga
Brussels Airport is advising passengers, who have booked a flight for 13 February, to reschedule it for an alternative day.
Zaventem airport is expecting significant disruptions due to the national strike “with very likely numerous flight cancellations, significant delays and, diverted flights to and from other airports, as well as luggage-related problems,” indicates the airport on its website. Public transport to the airport will also disrupted on that day.

“Contact your airline for the latest information relating to your flight, and travel only with hand luggage if possible. Please allow plenty of time when coming to the airport, and check timetables for trains operating an alternative service,” Brussels Airport, in particular, advises.

Lars Andersen
The Brussels Times
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