Brussels Airport has advised travellers scheduled to fly on Monday 20 June to rebook their flights due to a national trade union demonstration that will see cabin crew and security personnel carry out strike action.
According to the airport, several airlines are cancelling or rescheduling a number of flights to avoid long queues at security. Passengers will be notified.
However, Brussels Airlines – the airport's main airline operator – has tried to reassure its customers, saying that the actions won't affect to its passengers. Despite this, the airline will cancel more than half of its flights on 20 June.
The company has already informed passengers travelling within Europe. Passengers set for long-haul flights will be informed about their flight status by Thursday at the latest.
The airport itself advises passengers leaving on 20 June to travel with only hand luggage.