Brussels airport partially resume passenger flights on Sunday 3 April with an enhanced security after last month terrorist attacked one of the airport's departure halls. The move comes after days of negotiations between airport and police officials on new security arrangements.
Brussels Airport, which usually handled about 600 flights a day will begin with three on Sunday. Brussels Airport CEO Arnaud Feist said he hopes full service can be restored by the end of June or beginning of July in time for the summer vacation season.
Until the terminal can be fully repaired, Feist said departing passengers will first enter a temporary structure erected on the tarmac, then go to a specially built check-in area.