Brussels Airport

One Year On Brussels Remains on Edge

BRUSSELS (AP) — Brussels International Airport, where 16 people died in two bomb attacks on March 22, 2016, looks shiny new. The Maelbeek subway station, where another 16 died from a backpack bomb, processes commuters much as it always has. And tourism is recovering, despite Donald Trump calling the Belgian capital a “hellhole” that should be avoided at all costs.


Belgian King and Queen Mark Brussels Attacks Anniversary

BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian leaders, victims and families of those who died in the March 22 suicide bomb attacks on the Brussels airport and subway marked the anniversary of the assaults which killed 32 people in ceremonies Wednesday.


Brussels Airport Reopens With Three Flights, Tighter Security

Brussels (AFP) – Brussels Airport was to reopen on Sunday with three “symbolic” flights and strict additional checks for passengers, marking a new high-security era for air travel in Belgium after attacks by Islamic State suicide bombers. The key travel

Soldiers control access to Brussels airport on March 29, 2016