Brussels Airport Planned to Resume Flights on Sunday Afternoon
After facing tensions in the result of deadliest bombings, the Brussels Airport slated to start again partially passenger flights on Sunday but at 2 p.m. local time.
The limited passenger service to start in coming hours with three flights by Brussels Airlines as Brussels Airport CEO Arnaud Feist had announced that three flights will be flying towards Athens, Turin in Italy and Faro in Portugal which planned at nearly 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Twenty days have passed the deadliest attack that carried out by Islamist fighters from one of the most brutal organizations Islamic State, caused by huge destruction at Brussels Zaventem airport‘s departure hall.
Feist said in continued speech that the targeted airport will be seen again with crowed as about 20 percent of capacity and will be able to process 800 passengers an hour from Monday. Brussels Zaventem airport thought to be one of the bustiest locations where regularly about 600 flights fly to their planned destinations every day.
It has also served about 1.5 million people in February a month before the deadly bombings though authorities hope for the best and full service will be restored by the end of June or may be in first week of July when people turned beautiful destinations enjoying the summer vacation season.
Though the attacks on a subway station as well at Brussels Zaventem airport both raised bit tensions and fear in the country on March 22 that left about 35 people, three Americans of the dead people.
Brussels security forces were informed the suspect has bad intention hence officers raided at about 2.30pm at defined residence in the quiet region of Forest in the south-west of the country.