Brussels Airlines has issued this statement:
Based on additional information recently received about the likely scale of the national strike on February 13, Brussels Airlines now considers it very probable that operations at Brussels Airport will be severely impacted due to industrial action of various airport stakeholders. It has therefore decided to cancel the remaining 72 flights originally planned that same day and herewith cancels its entire program of 222 flights. The travel plans of more than 16,000 passengers are impacted.
Above Photo: Brussels Airlines.
With the proactive cancellation of its flight program of February 13, Brussels Airlines offers its guests the possibility to adapt their travel plans in advance and herewith minimizes the level of disruption and discomfort generated by the national strike as much as possible.
Passengers with a cancelled flight who don’t wish to travel anymore, can request a full refund of their ticket.
Brussels Airlines apologizes for the inconveniences that are caused by external factors entirely beyond its control.
Top Copyright Photo: Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-322 OO-SFV (msn 095) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 945634.
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