Brussels attacks – Ryanair to start operating again from Zaventem on Friday
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    Brussels attacks – Ryanair to start operating again from Zaventem on Friday

    © Belga
    © Belga

    From this Friday, April 8th, Ryanair will operate flights from and to Zaventem airport, states the English version of the low-cost airline’s website.
    Some flights (to and from Berlin Schönefeld, Dublin, Palma in Majorca, Venice-Treviso and Malaga) which under normal circumstances are assured of operating from Zaventem, will however, continue to operate out of Brussels South Charleroi Airport until Tuesday April 19th inclusive.

    Ryanair is asking travellers who had already booked online to rebook and reprint their boarding card.

    Moreover, they are requesting that travellers arrive at the airport at least three-quarters of an hour before flying.

    Flights from Zaventem to Barcelona-El Prat and Rome-Fiumicino remain cancelled from Friday until to April 19th inclusive.

    Following the March 22nd attacks, Ryanair fell back upon Brussels South Charleroi Airport, where it has at its disposal a major civil aviation base, to ensure that flights that normally run out Brusels Airport continued.

    Christopher Vincent (Source: Belga)