Strike of the Air Traffic Controllers in Belgium on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 September
Wednesday 29, September 2010
Due to a strike of the Air Traffic Controllers in Belgium on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 September, Brussels Airlines have decided to cancel all flights on European sectors until Wednesday 29 September 2PM local time.
For information about flights to and from Africa, please contact our Customer Contact Center at +32 2 723 23 62. Click here for more information and for options for your booking.
On 28 September, Brussels Airlines flights leaving from Africa will be operated and diverted to airports around Belgium, from where passengers will be brought to Brussels or to their final destination.
For all cancelled flights on 28 and 29 September 2010 from/to Brussels, Brussels Airlines offers the possibility to rebook your flight free of charge or request a refund.
If you wish to rebook your flight, the following restrictions apply:
Rebooking your flight can be done at the Brussels Airlines ticketing desk at the airport, our Customer Contact Center (tel. +32 (0)2 723 23 62 or 078 18 88 89) or via your travel agency. Your reservation can not be changed online.
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