Jet Airways cancels operations to Brussels

Jet Airways on Tuesday cancelled all its flights to and from Brussels until Wednesday after two of its staff members were injured in the bomb blasts that rocked the city's Zaventem airport on Tuesday morning. Two of the airline's flights from India had landed before and around the time of the attack, but all passengers and crew were safe. "Jet Airways has cancelled flights operating to/from and via Brussels until tomorrow Wednesday 23 March. The airline has also offered a waiver on cancellation, rebooking and rerouting of tickets for travel to/from/via Brussels until March 26," an airline spokesperson said. According to the airline, following the deadly explosions, the Brussels airport has been closed until 6.00 a.m. local time on March 23. Currently, Jet Airways operates daily non-stop flights to its European gateway at Brussels airport from its domestic hubs in Mumbai and New Delhi. Courtesy: SME Times


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