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What Belgium’s national strike will mean for Brussels Airlines & Air Canada passengers

In anticipation of Belgium’s national strike, Brussels Airlines will be cancelling 100% of its flights on Feb. 13.
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Strike at Brussels airport leaves hundreds stranded

Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded at Brussels international airport after luggage handlers went on strike over workload and pay demands.
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WOW air announces second new destination in 7 days: Brussels

Just last week, WOW air, Iceland’s only ultra-low coast airline, announced that its newest European destination for Canadian travellers would be Cork, Ireland.
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Strike action continues at bomb damaged Brussels airport

Belgian air traffic controllers continued strike action on Wednesday, forcing the cancellation of flights at Brussels airport as it struggles to get back up to capacity after the March 22 suicide bombings.
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Air Transat, Brussels Airlines launch Brussels flights

Following the resumption of operations at Brussels Airport, Air Transat’s direct flights between Montreal and the Belgian capital for the summer season will start on April 26, as planned.
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Air Canada resumes full Brussels flight schedule April 7

Air Canada will resume its regular daily flights between Montreal and Brussels effective tomorrow, April 7, and between Belgium and Canada on April 8.
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Brussels airport passenger flights not operating until Tuesday

Investigators continue to determine the damage from terrorist bombings that ensued at the airport on March 22.
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Latest on the Brussels attacks; U.S. issues European travel alert

Brussels Airport will remain closed to passenger flights for at least another day, right up to the start of the busy Easter weekend.
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200 flights cancelled, increased security after Brussels attack

Authorities in Europe and beyond tightened security at airports, on subways, at the borders and on city streets after deadly attacks Tuesday on the Brussels airport and its subway system.
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Brussels Airlines to debut Toronto service on March 27

Brussels Airlines, which has long since established itself as a major gateway between Europe and Africa, is now setting its sights on North American expansion with the launch of Toronto-Brussels service on March 27. According to Director of North America Christophe Allard, who hosted an intimate trade luncheon in Toronto last week to commemorate the […]
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