Travelore Update: United Airlines, Brussels Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Air Canada and Jet Airfly Have Resumed Flights To Brussels Airport #ToBrusselsTogether
Brussels Airport has spent the last few weeks working around the clock
to welcome its passengers back to the comfortable, convenient and, most
importantly, safe travel hub they've come to rely on.
As tourism boards and airlines flying non-stop to Brussels, we know that
it is paramount that we stand strong, determined and united after the
attack of March 22. Rest assured that we will do everything in our power
to once again deliver the smooth and seamless travel experience that
all of our passengers deserve and expect of us.
We are proud to announce that Brussels Airport reopened on April 3rd and
has been gradually adding more and more flights to its schedule. Today,
more than 460 flights will take off and land at Brussels Airport, with
plans underway to bring the airport back to full capacity in the coming
Some practical information for our travelers to, from and via Brussels Airport:
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.
Brussels Airlines, and all North American carriers, have gradually
returned to Belgium to resume their flights to Brussels, the capital of