Brussels continues recovery process

On May 2, Brussels Airport will introduce a new flight schedule. According to a statement from the gateway, “the number of passengers per flight is rising faster than expected, so a new flight schedule has been drawn up for all passengers to leave in complete safety and comfort”.
The airport operator also confirmed that preparation for a partial reopening of the departure lounge is “entering its final phase”.
Once the necessary work has been undertaken, various certificates and approvals must be issued by the Belgian Directorate General of Civil Aviation, federal police and fire service. The airport will also need to implement the security measures in the departures hall that have been ordered by the federal government.
A date for the reopening of the departure hall has not yet been set but the airport is planning a partial reopening at the beginning of May, working in consultation with the nation’s security services.

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