Strike sees Brussels Airlines cancellations

Brussels Airlines has suspended operations scheduled for Wednesday, February 13 due to a strike by various airport stakeholders.

The carrier has consequently cancelled the remaining 72 flights originally planned that same day along with its entire programme of 222 flights, affecting more than 16 000 passengers.

However, flights departing from Africa and North America on February 13, with a scheduled arrival at Brussels Airport on Thursday, February 14, will be unaffected.

Other flights that remain unaffected are:

  • SN1278 Lomé-Accra
  • SN1278 Accra-Brussels
  • SN1482 Toronto-Brussels
  • SN1465 Kigali-Entebbe
  • SN1465 Entebbe-Brussels
  • SN1202 Dakar-Brussels
  • SN1300 Cotonou-Abidjan
  • SN1300 Abidjan-Brussels
  • SN1224 Conakry-Banjul
  • SN1224 Banjul-Brussels
  • SN1372 Yaoundé-Douala
  • SN1372 Douala-Brussels

The airline has advised travellers to adjust their travel plans accordingly and will fully refund customers who no longer want to travel.

Passengers who would like to rebook can contact the airline via its social media platforms or by dialling the service centre number on its website.

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