Brussels Airport Issues Reopening Update

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Brussels Airport has issued an update on its reopening and temporary security arrangements. The airport had been closed following the terrorist attacks of March 22, and reopened April 3

Since its reopening the airport has been adding more flights to its schedule, with 460 scheduled to take off and land as of April 18, with plans underway to bring the airport back to full capacity in the coming weeks. 

The airport has also issued the following tips for travelers: 

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1.      For departing passengers, a temporary departure area has been set up with advanced security screening and check-in areas. Once past the temporary setup, passengers will return    to the familiar surroundings. Within a few weeks the departure area of the airports should be open again with advanced security screening.

2.      Arriving passengers will not experience any change as they proceed through the regular baggage claim and arrival hall to meet their friends and relatives. 

3.      Passengers transferring via Brussels Airport will not notice any difference from before. 

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