Aegean to Resume Daily Morning Flights to/from Brussels
Greek carrier Aegean Airlines on Monday announced that it will resume its daily morning flights to/from Brussels as of Friday, April 8.
Brussels Airport over the weekend announced that it would gradually restart passenger flights. The first passenger flight — since the attacks on Brussels Airport — took off on Sunday, April 3, afternoon. In the days following, the number of flights are expected to gradually increase and passenger flights will also land at Brussels Airport.
“That we are able to make this start only 12 days after the devastating attacks is a sign of our collective strength at Brussels Airport,” Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport Company, said in an announcement.
Aegean Airlines daily morning flights from Athens to/from Brussels will re-start with the following schedule:
Passengers are also informed that for the period of April 5-7, Aegean will operate flights to/from Lille as follows:
Passengers must rebook their flights before departing for the airport by calling at:
Greece: 801 11 20000 or (+30) 210 6261000 (from a mobile phone or from a location outside of Greece).
Belgium: (+32) 275 34710
France: (+33) 170 031323 or their travel agent.
Extension for tickets rebooking / cancellations
Rebooking/reissue fees are waived for ticket modifications and full refund will be granted in case of cancellation, for all passengers holding tickets to/from Brussels with ticket issuance date on/before March 21, initial travel date on/before April 14 and new travel date on/before May 31.
Passengers are advised to arrive at the airport of Brussels at least 3 hours before the scheduled departure time with a printed boarding pass as the Mobile boarding pass will not be accepted by the authorities.