Ahead of expected strikes on Monday, TUI Fly is diverting flights to and from Brussels Airport to regional airports in Ostend, Liège and Antwerp, Belga News Agency reports.
The airline will provide buses to transfer passengers between the regional airports and the Zaventem Airport.
TUI Fly had announced on Wednesday its decision not to cancel flights scheduled to Brussels Airport on Monday and to do everything possible to bring passengers to their destination despite the national strike and its impact on operations at Zaventem.
Six flights will continue to fly out of Brussels Airport as scheduled, while 16 others will be diverted. Ten return flights to Brussels have also been diverted to airports in Ostend, Liege and Antwerp.
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TUI Fly said passengers whose flights have been affected have been notified and more information can be found on their website.
Brussels Airport had advised on Wednesday against departures on 20 June, when Brussels Airlines will cancel half of its flights due to the national demonstration.