Everyday, more than 500 flights land and takeoff from Brussels Airport. Since the Brussels attacks on Tuesday, however, traveling to and from the airport has been suspended at least until Friday, announced by the airport.
The attacks at Brussels Airport and a metro station left 34 people dead and many more injured. Since then, Brussels Airport has been tweeting updates on access to and from the airport; so far, all suspended.
More than 50,000 travelers go through Brussels Airport on a daily basis. With the airport in suspension, travelers must contact airlines for flight info to make alternative plans.
For travelers planning to ride on the Eurostar, trains are now operating regularly but prepare extra time for longer lines at heightened security checks.
On Tuesday, the U.S. State Department issued a travel warning, asking U.S. citizens to beware of
…potential risks of travel to and throughout Europe.
The U.S. Embassy in Brussels is insisting that U.S travelers in the area bypass any anti-terrorism police activity, including protests or raids.
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