Brussels Airport has reopened and begun its first flights since the March 22 terrorist attacks, but the airport is operating a very limited service with extra security measures. On Sunday, April 3, three Brussels Airlines aircraft departed for Faro in Portugal, Turin in northern Italy and Athens. The airline is continuing to operate out of the Belgian airports in Antwerp and Liege while service ramps up out of its hub-base Brussels, where 11 people died and dozens were injured after two ...

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